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Storied Structure of the Secondary Phloem

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The anatomy of the secondary phloem with a storied structure of 49 species of woody dicotyledons from the Ivory Coast, West Africa, has been studied. They belong to the families Bixaceae (1 species), Bombacaceae (3 species), Caesalpiniaceae (4 species), Papilionaceae (18 species), Sterculiaceae (16 species), and Tiliaceae (7 species). In the Bixaceae and Sterculiaceae only the axial system is storied whereas in the four other families usually both the ray and axial systems are storied.

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2017-12-17

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