POLLEN MORPHOLOGY AND PHYLOGENY OF APOCYNACEAE FROM MURSHIDABAD DISTRICT, WEST BENGAL
Author(s):
ANKUSH PAL
Keywords:
Apocynaceae, pollen morphology, phylogeny.
Abstract
The family Apocynaceae comprise about 4530 species and 412 genera, are widely distributed throughout the world. Most of the grow species commonly found to grow in tropical parts and a few are in the temperate regious of the world. The family is represented in India by 29 genera and 60 species, found to grow chiefly in Eastern Himalayas and also in southern and Peninsular India. Apocynaceae is very much related to Asclepia daceae and differ in the presence of pollen grains not in pollinia. Palynological observations were carried out 8 genus with 8 species collected from various localities of Murshidabad District, West Bengal, India. Palynological features have been evaluated in understanding the taxonomic phylogeny of the family.
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Unique Paper ID: 158866

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 10

Page(s): 913 - 917
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