POLLEN MORPHOLOGY OF SOME SPECIES OF ACANTHACEAE FROM MURSHIDABAD DISTRICT, WEST BENGAL
Author(s):
Ankush Pal
Keywords:
Acanthaceae, Pollen morphology.
Abstract
The Acanthaceae represent about 229 genera and 3450 species distributed in the tropical regions,Central America, Brazil, Indo-Malaysia and Africa. Some plants occurs in Mediterranean regions, some are xerophytic species found in steppes. Acanthaceae is a eurypolynous family and all polynological studies of the family remark on the pollen diversity. Polynological observations were carried out 11 genus with 15 species collected from various localities of Murshidabad District, West Bengal, India. Polynological features have been evoluted in understanding the taxonomy of the family.
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Unique Paper ID: 158293

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 9

Page(s): 247 - 252
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