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Inaperturate pollen diversity in the arborescent taxa of Karimnagar district, Telangana State, India

DOI: 10.18805/ijare.v0iOF.11008    | Article Id: A-4530 | Page : 374-377
Citation :- Inaperturate pollen diversity in the arborescent taxa ofKarimnagar district, Telangana State, India .Indian Journal of Agricultural Research.2016.(50):374-377

J. Ganga Kailas, H.  Ramakrishna* and R. Prabhaker

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University College of Science, Osmania University, Saifabad, Hyderabad, 500004, Telangana, India.

Submitted Date : 14-11-2015
Accepted Date : 14-05-2016

Abstract

The present investigation deals with the study of inaperturate pollen taxa of eleven (11) tree species of Karimnagar district, Telangana State. These taxa belong to Annonaceae, Eupharbiaceae, Hernandiaceae, Musaceae and Fabaceae- Mimosoideae families. The pollen of these arborescent plants have diversity in pollen morphological characters viz., symmetry, shape, polarity and ornamentation, but significantly all the pollen taxa have inaperturate apertural partten. This study provides palynological data of the inaperturate pollen taxa, which will expensive help in future palynotaxonomic studies in Karimnagar district.

Keywords

Inaperturate pollen Melittopalynology Palynology Pollen diversity.

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