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PATTERNS OF CRYSTAL DISTRIBUTION IN THE WOODS OF MELIACEAE FROM INDIA

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A detailed wood anatomical survey of 42 species of Meliaceae from India has been made with a view to study the distribution pattern of different types and location of crystals. Interestingly, all the IAWA features of prismatic crystals were found in this family. The confusion regarding presence of crystals in fibres or axial parenchyma strands is clarified.

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2003-01-01
2016-12-04

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