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Plant Systematics and Evolution

, Volume 298, Issue 9, pp 1777–1794

First Online: 09 August 2012Received: 13 March 2012Accepted: 24 June 2012

Abstract

The pollen morphology of 20 wild taxa belonging to Lathyrus Syn: Eulathyrus, Orobastrum Taub. Boiss. and Cicercula Medic. Gren. and Godr. sections of Lathyrus L. grown in Turkey L. rotundifolius Wild. subsp. miniatus Bieb. ex Steven P.H. Davis, L. grandiflorus Sibth. and Sm., L. saxatilis Vent. Vis., L. vinealis Boiss. and Noë, L. inconspicuus L. var. inconspicuus, L. inconspicuus var. stenophyllus Boiss. Rech. f., L. tauricola P.H. Davis, L. woronowii Bornm., L. hierosolymitanus Boiss., L. cassius Boiss., L. gorgoni Parl. var. gorgoni, L. pseudo-cicera Pamp., L. sativus L., L. blepharicarpus Boiss., L. stenophyllus Boiss. and Heldr., L. belinensis Maxted and Goyder, L. phaselitanus Hub.-Mor. and P.H.Davis, L. chrysanthus Boiss., L. chloranthus Boiss., and L. trachycarpus Boiss. Boiss were examined by light microscopy LM and scanning electron microscopy SEM in this study. The pollen grains were 3-zonocolporate, spheroidal, subprolate, and prolate P-E = 0.99–1.48 types, and were medium in size equatorial view: rectangular or elliptical-obtuse-convex; polar view: circular, triangular and quinquangular-obtuse-convex. The smallest pollen grains belonged to L. tauricola P = 30.94-E = 31.20 and the largest to L. grandiflorus P = 50.60-E = 36.40. The ornamentation was reticulate and reticulate-granulate in the mesocolpium, and usually psilate in the apocolpium. Some photographs included in this work were taken using both LM and SEM.

KeywordsCicercula Lathyrus Orobastrum Pollen morphology Turkey  Download fulltext PDF



Autor: Fatma Güneş

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