Морфология спор Parahemionitis arifolia (Cheilanthoideae, Pteridaceae)

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Vaganov, A.V.; Gureyeva, I.I.; Shmakov, A.I.; Kuznetsov, A.A.; Romanets, R.S.;
(2018)

A study of spores of the single species of the genus Parahemionitis Panigrahi was performed using the method of scanning electronic microscopy (SEM). Spores of Parahemionitis arifolia (Burm. f.) Panigrahi are tetrahedral trilete, roundish-triangular in polar position, w... View more
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