Floral anatomy of the oleacea

Joshi, A. C. ; Fotidar, A. N. (1940) Floral anatomy of the oleacea Nature, 145 (3670). pp. 354-356. ISSN 0028-0836

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A study of the floral anatomy of the oleacese, including Jasminum pubescens, J. Sambac, J. auriculatum, J. arborescens J. grandiflorum, J. humile, Nyctanthes arbortristis, Olea cuspidata, O. fragrans, Syringa vulgaris, S, emodi and Ligustrum spp., has brought to light many interesting facts, particularly with regard to the anatomy of the pedicel in Jasminum species and the vascular supply of the ovule. As the fall work will take still some time to be completed, the more important observations made so far are recorded here.

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