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scanning electron microscope survey of the epidermis of East African grasses, II

Patricia G. Palmer

scanning electron microscope survey of the epidermis of East African grasses, II

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Published by Smithsonian Institution Press in City of Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grasses -- Africa, East.,
  • Epidermis.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPatricia G. Palmer and Alice E. Tucker.
    SeriesSmithsonian contributions to botany -- no. 53.
    ContributionsTucker, Alice E., Smithsonian Institution. Press.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 72 p. :
    Number of Pages72
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17799773M

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Press,] -- In developing a reference collection as a standard for using fossil grass cuticles as a paleoecological tool, we have examined leaf epidermal features of grasses with SEM.

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Series: Smithsonian contributions to botany ; no. A study comprised a scanning electron microscope survey of abaxial epidermal features in subfamily Danth onioideae, with emphasis on Nort h American Danthonia.

The survey included Abstract This study comprised a scanning II book microscope survey of abaxial epidermal features in subfamily Danthonioideae, with emphasis on North American Danthonia.

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electron microscope survey of the epidermis of East African grasses : Alin Liana, Purnomo Purnomo, Issirep Sumardi, Budi Setiadi Daryono. Palmer, Patricia G. and Tucker, Alice E. "A Scanning Electron Microscope Survey of the Epidermis of East African Grasses, II."Smithsonian Contributions to.

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Gerbeth-Jones, Susan. Hutchison, Susan. Smithsonian Institution. Press Type. Book. Get this from a library. A scanning electron microscope survey of the epidermis of East African grasses, III.

[Patricia G Palmer; Susan Gerbeth-Jones; Susan Hutchison; Smithsonian Institution. Press.]. A scanning electron microscope survey of the epidermis of East African grasses, II / By Patricia G. Palmer, Alice E. Tucker and Smithsonian Institution. Scanning electron microscopy of the leaf epidermis of Merostachys Spreng.

(Poaceae: Bambusoideae) Article (PDF Available) in Acta Botanica Brasilica 23(2). Vol. 5 has title: A scanning electron microscope survey of the epidermis of East African grasses, and West African supplement. Description: 5 volumes: illustrations ; 26 cm. P. Palmer and S. Gerbeth-Jones. A scanning electron microscope survey of the epidermis of East African grasses, V, and West African supplement.

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Smithsonian Contributions to Botany 1 – Palmer, P. G., and Tucker, A. A Scanning Electron Microscope Survey of the Epidermis of East African Grasses, III  Palmer, Patricia G. ; Gerbeth-Jones, Susan ; Hutchison, Susan () Begoniaceae Part I: Illustrated Key; part II: Annotated Species List .

In four species of Zizania (Gramineae: Oryzeae) epidermal features of pistillate and staminate lemmas, paleas, and awns were studied by scanning electron microscopy. In East Africa the genus Festuca was revised by Clayton (), Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) A Scanning Electron Microscope Survey of the Epidermis of East African Grasses, I.

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Developing graminoid cuticle analysis for application to Beringian palaeoecology. () of East African grass cuticle features, A Scanning Electron Microscope Survey of the Epidermis of East African Grasses. Smithsonian Contributions to Botany, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington () Cited by: 4.

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Google ScholarCited by: This paper reports a fossil flora from the Ngorora Formation, Kenya, in the East African Rift Valley, which indicates that a wet forest existed there my ago. Of special interest are taxa with modern West African affinities, and the only known pre-Quaternary bambusoid grasses from Africa (Thomasson, in press; Kabuye & Jacobs, ).Cited by: A taxonomical revision of the genusFestuca in the Iberian Peninsula is presented.

Seven species and two hybrid taxa are recognized in this section in the area studied. (): A scanning electron microscope survey of the epidermis of East African grasses. onian Contr. Bot. 1– Google by:   Micromorphological features of the leaf-blade, lemma, and palea were examined under scanning electron microscopy (SEM) for 64 species of the genus Festuca L.

occurring in the Iberian Peninsula. The objective of the study was to survey these characters for the first time in the whole of the genus Festuca in this region, to assess their taxonomic value, and to Cited by: A Scanning Electron Microscope Survey of the Epidermis of East African Grasses, IV  Palmer, Patricia G.

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Smithsonian Contributions to Botany 1– PALMER P.G., Tucker A.E. (): A scanning electron microscope survey of the epidermis of East African Grasses. Smithsonian Contributions to Botany 1–   Middle Miocene fossil grasses from Fort Ternan, Kenya - Volume 67 Issue 1 - Daniel P. Dugas, Gregory J. Retallack A scanning electron microscope survey of the epidermis of East African grasses, A scanning electron microscope survey of the epidermis of East African grasses, by:.

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Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press. Google Scholar | CrossrefCited by: Systematic anatomy of Brachiaria (TRIN.) GRISEB. (Poaceae) Systematic anatomy of Brachiaria (TRIN.) GRISEB. (Poaceae) Ogundipe, O. T.; Olatunji, O.

A. The systematic anatomical investigation of 16 West African species of Brachiaria were carried out. The significance of the microscopic observation outlined in the work can be correlated with the .glandular structures are also seen in both species of this Davila, P.

and L.G. Clark. Scanning electron microscopy genus (Fig. 2O). Glandular structures are also recorded in survey of leaf epidermis of Sorghastrum (Poaceae) genus Dactyloctinium and Octhochloa compressa.

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