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Pollen Morphology of Six Herbaceous Species (Rubiaceae)
- Pollen morphology of one species of Mitracarpus, Richardia and four species of Spermacoce were studied in the present paper. The specimens were collected from Pyin Oo Lwin Township and pollen recorded by using light microscope and photomicrographs. All of the grains were observed one type of aperture (colpate), exine sculpture (distinctly reticulate) and the shape in oblate type. The number of aperture (colpi) are varied in the studied species. The size of the pollen were small, medium or large. The classification of pollen morphology has been described on the basis of shape, size, apertures, sculpture patterns and pollen wall stratification.
Swe Swe Linn
- Mandalay University Research Journal