Epidermal cells and stomata of some sub-tropical plant species

Fig. 1: Photographs of leaf epidermal cells (a), Abaxial surface of Vaccaryia pyramedica (20X); (b), Abaxial surface of Polygonum plebijum (40X); (c), Abaxial surface of Poa annua (40X); (d), Abaxial surface of Ochthochloa compressa (20X); (e), Adaxial surface of Lathyrus aphaca (40X); (f), Adaxial surface of Lycopersicon esculentum (20X)  

Taxonomic diversity in epidermal cells of some sub-tropical plant species

by Ahmad K., Khan M. A., Ahmad M., Shaheen N., Nazir A. (2010)

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In Int. J. Agri. Bio. 12: 115-118 –

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/267822076_Taxonomic_Diversity_in_Epidermal_Cells_of_some_Sub-tropical_Plant_Species

Fig. 2: Photographs of leaf epidermal cells (a), Adaxial surface of Melilotus indica (40X); (b), Abaxial surface of Melilotus indica (20X); (c), Adaxial surface of Vicia faba (40X); (d), Adaxial surface of Euphorbia helioscopia (40X); (e), Abaxial surface of Tribulus teristris (40X); (f), Abaxial surface of Polypogan monspeliensis (40X)  

Abstract

A total of 40 angiosperm plant species from 38 genera of 22 families were investigated for the type and shape of leaf epidermal cells.

The result showed substantial variations in the type and shape of epidermal cells from straight to polygonal up to wavy. The present results showed that the shape of leaf epidermal cells can not play its role in correlating the taxa but is significant in delimiting the related taxa.

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Stomata in dicot flora in Pakistan

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Taxonomic diversity of stomata in dicot flora of a district tank (N.W.F.P.) in Pakistan

by Ahmad K., Khan M. A., Ahmad M., Zafar M. Arshad M., Ahmad F. (2009)

Khalid_Ahmad
Khalid Ahmad 1 , COMSATS University Islamabad, Pakistan

Mir_Khan2
Mir Ajab Khan 1 , Department of Plant Sciences, Quaid-I-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan.

Mushtaq_Ahmad27
Mushtaq Ahmad, Athabasca University, Athabasca, Canada

Muhammad_Zafar6
Muhammad Zafar, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan

Muhammad Arshad 2, Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan

Farooq Ahmad 1, University of Agriculture Faisalabad (Faisalābād, Pakistan)

1 Department of Plant Sciences, Quaid-I-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan.

2 Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

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in African Journal of Biotechnology 8 (6): 052-1055 –

http://www.academicjournals.org/article/article1379775363_Ahmad%20et%20al.pdf

A total of 36 dicot species distributed in 34 genera and 20 families were investigated for stomatal diversity.

Seven types of stomata were found in which amphianisocytic was the dominant one found in 12 species while staurocytic and diacytic were found in 7 and 6 species respectively.

In 7 species two and in one species three different types of stomata were found.

Diversity of stomata in dicot flora

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Taxonomic diversity of stomata in dicot flora of a district tank (N.W.F.P.) in Pakistan

by Ahmad K., Khan M. A., Ahmad M., Zafar M. Arshad M., Ahmad F. (2009)

Khalid Ahmad 1, Mir Ajab Khan 1, Mushtaq Ahmad 1, Muhammad Zafar 1*, Muhammad Arshad 2 and Farooq Ahmad 1
1 Department of Plant Sciences, Quaid-I-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan.
2 Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
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in African Journal of Biotechnology 8(6: 1052-1055 – ISSN 1684–5315 © 2009 –

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/266037517_Taxonomic_diversity_of_stomata_in_dicot_flora_of_a_district_tank_NWFP_in_Pakistan

A total of 36 dicot species distributed in 34 genera and 20 families were investigated for stomatal diversity.
Seven types of stomata were found in which amphianisocytic was the dominant one found in 12 species while staurocytic and diacytic were found in 7 and 6 species respectively. In 7 species two and in one species three different types of stomata were found.

 

Stomata in 40 angiosperms

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Fig. 1: Photographs of leaf epidermal cells (a), Abaxial surface of Vaccaryia pyramedica (20X); (b), Abaxial surface of Polygonum plebijum (40X); (c), Abaxial surface of Poa annua (40X); (d), Abaxial surface of Ochthochloa compressa (20X); (e), Adaxial surface of Lathyrus aphaca (40X); (f), Adaxial surface of Lycopersicon esculentum (20X)

Taxonomic diversity in epidermal cells of some sub-tropical plant species.

by Ahmad K., Khan M. A., Ahmad M., Shaheen N., Nazir A. (2010)

KHALID AHMAD, MIR AJAB KHAN, MUSHTAQ AHMAD, NIGHAT SHAHEEN, ABDUL NAZIR,

Department of plant sciences, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan

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Fig. 2: Photographs of leaf epidermal cells (a), Adaxial surface of Melilotus indica (40X); (b), Abaxial surface of Melilotus indica (20X); (c), Adaxial surface of Vicia faba (40X); (d), Adaxial surface of Euphorbia helioscopia (40X); (e), Abaxial surface of Tribulus teristris (40X); (f), Abaxial surface of Polypogan monspeliensis (40X)

in Int. J. Agric. Biol. 12: 115–118  – ISSN Print: 1560–8530; ISSN Online: 1814–9596 –

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Abdul_Nazir2/publication/267822076_Taxonomic_Diversity_in_Epidermal_Cells_of_some_Sub-tropical_Plant_Species/links/5469d8120cf2f5eb180530d2.pdf

ABSTRACT

A total of 40 angiosperm plant species from 38 genera of 22 families were investigated for the type and shape of leaf epidermal cells.

The result showed substantial variations in the type and shape of epidermal cells from straight to polygonal up to wavy.

The present results showed that the shape of leaf epidermal cells can not play its role in correlating the taxa but is significant in delimiting the related taxa.

The shape of leaf epidermal cells can not play its role in correlating the taxa

Photo credit: fspublishers.org 

(a), Adaxial surface of Melilotus indica (40X);

Taxonomic Diversity in Epidermal cells of some Sub-Tropical Plant Species

by Ahmad K., Khan M. A., Ahmad M., Shaheen N., Nazir A. (2010)

khalid_ahmad
Khalid Ahmad, COMSATS, Islamabad, Pakistan

Mir Ajab Khan,

mushtaq_ahmad27
Mushtaq Ahmad, Athabasca University, Pakistan

Nighat Shaheen,

abdul_nazir2
Abdul Nazir, COMSATS, Islamabad, Pakistan

Department of plant sciences, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan

in International Journal of Agricultural & Biology, Vol. 12, No. 1, 115-118. –

https://www.fspublishers.org/published_papers/5194_..pdf

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/267822076_Taxonomic_Diversity_in_Epidermal_Cells_of_some_Sub-tropical_Plant_Species

ABSTRACT

A total of 40 angiosperm plant species from 38 genera of 22 families were investigated for the type and shape of leaf epidermal cells.

The result showed substantial variations in the type and shape of epidermal cells from straight to polygonal up to wavy.

The present results showed that the shape of leaf epidermal cells can not play its role in correlating the taxa but is significant in delimiting the related taxa.

 

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Fig. 1: Photographs of leaf epidermal cells (a), Abaxial surface of Vaccaryia pyramedica (20X); (b), Abaxial surface of Polygonum plebijum (40X); (c), Abaxial surface of Poa annua (40X); (d), Abaxial surface of Ochthochloa compressa (20X); (e), Adaxial surface of Lathyrus aphaca (40X); (f), Adaxial surface of Lycopersicon esculentum (20X) –

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Fig. 2: Photographs of leaf epidermal cells (a), Adaxial surface of Melilotus indica (40X); (b), Abaxial surface of Melilotus indica (20X); (c), Adaxial surface of Vicia faba (40X); (d), Adaxial surface of Euphorbia helioscopia (40X); (e), Abaxial surface of Tribulus teristris (40X); (f), Abaxial surface of Polypogan monspeliensis (40X)

Stomata in Dicot Flora in Pakistan

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Figure 1. Leaf epidermal anatomy of weeds. A: Lathyrus aphaca (40X), B: Polygonum plebijum (40X), C: Vicia faba (40X), and D: Lycopersicon esculentum (40X).

 

Taxonomic Diversity of Stomata in Dicot Flora of a District Tank (N.W.F.P) in Pakistan.

by Ahmad K. M. A., Khan M., Ahmad M., Zafar M., Arshad M., Ahmad F. (2009).

Khalid AhmadKhalid_Ahmad

Mir KhanMir_Khan2

Mushtaq AhmadMushtaq_Ahmad27

Muhammad ZafarMuhammad_Zafar6

Muhammad Arshad,

Farooq Ahmad

Khalid Ahmad 1 , Mir Ajab Khan 1 , Mushtaq Ahmad 1 , Muhammad Zafar 1 *, Muhammad Arshad 2 and Farooq Ahmad 1

1Department of Plant Sciences, Quaid-I-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan.

2 Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

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in African Journal of Biotechnology, 8:1046– 1055.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/266037517_Taxonomic_diversity_of_stomata_in_dicot_flora_of_a_district_tank_NWFP_in_Pakistan

http://www.academicjournals.org/article/article1379775363_Ahmad%20et%20al.pdf

Abstract
A total of 36 dicot species distributed in 34 genera and 20 families were investigated for stomatal diversity.
Seven types of stomata were found in which amphianisocytic was the dominant one found in 12 species while staurocytic and diacytic were found in 7 and 6 species respectively. In 7 species two and in one species three different types of stomata were found.

Stomatal diversity in some dicots

Taxonomic diversity of stomata in dicot flora of a district tank (N.W.F.P.) in Pakistan.

Ahmad K., Khan M.A., Ahmad M., Zafar M., Arshad M., Ahmad F. (2009)

Khalid Ahmad; s200_khalid.ahmad

Khan M. A.;

Mushtaq Ahmad; Dr_mushtaq_Ahmad

Muhammad Zafar; dsc05379_1318766856

Muhammad Arshad; citations

Farooq AhmadFarooq_Ahmad4

– – African Journal of Biotechnology: Vol. 8, 6, 1052-1055 – 

https://www.cabdirect.org/cabdirect/abstract/20093110189

Abstract :

A total of 36 dicot species distributed in 34 genera and 20 families were investigated for stomatal diversity.

Seven types of stomata were found in which amphianisocytic was the dominant one found in 12 species while staurocytic and diacytic were found in 7 and 6 species respectively. In 7 species two and in one species three different types of stomata were found.