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Morphological and Anatomical characteristics of Pisum sativum L.
- Pisum sativum L. belonging to family Fabaceae were collected from Amarapura Township, Mandalay Region. Morphological and anatomical characteristics were studied at the Department of Botany, University of Mandalay in the year of 2018. The morphological and anatomical characteristics of leaves, stems and roots were studied, described, discussed with their photographs and photomicrographs. In the morphological characteristics, the leaves were unipinnately paripinnate compound with terminal tendril, foliaceous stipules and the flowers were papilionaceous. In the anatomical characteristics, hollow pith was observed in transverse sections of petioles and stems. The vascular bundles of leaves and stems were collateral type. In the primary body of stem, vascular bundles were anomalous structure and arranged in two rings. The vascular bundles of root were radial type and triarch in primary body and polyarch in secondary body.
May Zin Oo
Win Win Khaing
- Mandalay University Research Journal