18 research outputs found

    Principal component analysis on morphological traits comparing the new species <i>Crotalaria suffruticosa</i> and morphologically most similar species <i>C</i>. <i>albida</i> and <i>C</i>. <i>epunctata</i>.

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    <p>Principal component analysis on morphological traits comparing the new species <i>Crotalaria suffruticosa</i> and morphologically most similar species <i>C</i>. <i>albida</i> and <i>C</i>. <i>epunctata</i>.</p

    Discovery of two new species of <i>Crotalaria</i> (Leguminosae, Crotalarieae) from Western Ghats, India - Fig 4

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    <p>A–Y. <i>Crotalaria suffruticosa</i>. A. Habit. B. Plant twig showing leaves and flowers. C. Herbarium specimen of the new species. D. Close-up of the flower in field. E. Adaxial leaf surface with white sparse pubescent vestiture. F. Abaxial surface with pubescent vestiture. G. Close-up of abaxial leaf surface showing prominent hairs on the midrib region. H. Close-up of mucronulate leaf apex. I. Flower showing calyx, corolla and pedicel. J. Position of bract (base of pedicel) and bracteoles (middle of pedicel). K. Bi-lipped calyx with pubescent surface. L. Adaxial surface of standard. M. Abaxial surface of standard. N. Planar callosities. O. Close-up of silky pubescence on standard dorsal apex. P-Q. Wing petals. R. Close-up of cavae. S-T. Keel petals, angled with lower third curvature and ciliate glabrous vestiture. U. Anthers in 5 + 5 arrangement (one missing), with five carinal/basifixed/sagittate anthers and five small dorsifixed ovoid anthers. V. Gynoecium showing ovary, style and stigma. W. Close-up of style showing trichomes in two parallel rows(parallel) and brush type stigma. X. Fruit showing glabrous surface and prominent beak. Y. Cordiform seed, golden brown color. Scale bar 0.5 cm unless indicated otherwise.</p

    Effect of types of auxins on root induction in <i>P</i>. <i>eriocarpum</i>.

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    <p>(A)Number of roots produced per regenerated shoot. (B)Root length. (C) Basal callus formation per explant.</p

    Assessment of genetic fidelity of <i>in vitro</i> raised plants of <i>Pittosporum eriocarpum</i>.

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    <p>(A) SCoT fragments obtained with primer SCoT 35. (B) ISSR fragments obtained from primer number 860. (C)RAPD fragments obtained with primer OPL10. L- 1Kb ladder; MP- mother plant (Control); A1-A9- <i>in vitro</i> raised plants.</p

    Effect of various concentrations of BA and IBA on shoot induction from nodal explants of <i>P</i>. <i>eriocarpum</i>.

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    <p>Effect of various concentrations of BA and IBA on shoot induction from nodal explants of <i>P</i>. <i>eriocarpum</i>.</p

    Mean trait values and standard error of <i>Crotalaria suffruticosa</i>, <i>C</i>. <i>albida</i> and <i>C</i>. <i>epunctata</i>.

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    <p>The number of organ observations is n. Minimum and maximum measured values per traits are indicated below each mean.</p

    Principal component analysis on morphological traits comparing the new species <i>Crotalaria multibracteata</i> and morphologically most similar species <i>C</i>. <i>vestita</i>.

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    <p>Principal component analysis on morphological traits comparing the new species <i>Crotalaria multibracteata</i> and morphologically most similar species <i>C</i>. <i>vestita</i>.</p

    Amplification products generated with SCoT, ISSR and RAPD markers among mother plant and <i>in vitro</i> raised plants.

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    <p>Amplification products generated with SCoT, ISSR and RAPD markers among mother plant and <i>in vitro</i> raised plants.</p
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