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Palyno‐anatomical studies of monocot taxa and its taxonomic implications using light and scanning electron microscopy

Palyno‐anatomical study of monocots taxa using Light and Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) was first time conducted with a view to evaluating their taxonomic significance. Studied plants were collected from different eco‐climatic zones of Pakistan ranges from tropical, sub‐tropical, and moist habit... Full description

Journal Title: Microscopy Research and Technique April 2019, Vol.82(4), pp.373-393
Main Author: Bahadur, Saraj
Other Authors: Ahmad, Mushtaq , Zafar, Muhammad , Sultana, Shazia , Begum, Najla , Ashfaq, Shomaila , Gul, Saba , Khan, Muhammad Saleem , Shah, Syed Nasar , Ullah, Fazal , Saqib, Saddam , Ayaz, Asma
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title: Palyno‐anatomical studies of monocot taxa and its taxonomic implications using light and scanning electron microscopy
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  • Bahadur, Saraj
  • Ahmad, Mushtaq
  • Zafar, Muhammad
  • Sultana, Shazia
  • Begum, Najla
  • Ashfaq, Shomaila
  • Gul, Saba
  • Khan, Muhammad Saleem
  • Shah, Syed Nasar
  • Ullah, Fazal
  • Saqib, Saddam
  • Ayaz, Asma
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  • Light And Scanning Electron Microscopy
  • Monocot
  • Palyno‐Anatomical Features
  • Taxonomic Significance
ispartof: Microscopy Research and Technique, April 2019, Vol.82(4), pp.373-393
description: Palyno‐anatomical study of monocots taxa using Light and Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) was first time conducted with a view to evaluating their taxonomic significance. Studied plants were collected from different eco‐climatic zones of Pakistan ranges from tropical, sub‐tropical, and moist habitats. The aim of this study is to use palyno‐anatomical features for the correct identification, systematic comparison, and investigation to elucidate the taxonomic significance of these features, which are useful to taxonomists for identifying monocot taxa. A signification variation was observed in quantitative and qualitative characters by using the standard protocol of light microscopy (LM) and SEM. Epidermal cell length varied from maximum in (480 ± 35.9) μm at the adaxial surface to minimum in (33.6 ± 8.53) μm on abaxial surface. Maximum exine thickness was observed in (4.46) μm and minimum in (0.8) μm. Variation was observed in shape and exine ornamentation of the pollen, shape of the epidermal cell, number, size, and type of stomata, guard cell shape, and anticlinal wall pattern. Based on these palyno‐anatomical features a taxonomic key was developed, which help in the discrimination of studied taxa. In conclusion, LM and SEM pollen and epidermal morphology is explanatory, significant, and can be of special interest for the plant taxonomist in the correct identification of monocots taxa. The SEM and LM method use as a tool in the identification of monocot taxa. Palyno‐anatomical features were first time documented for its taxonomic significance. Based on these features, a taxonomic key was developed for the correct identification and delimitation of the monocot taxa.
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abstractPalyno‐anatomical study of monocots taxa using Light and Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) was first time conducted with a view to evaluating their taxonomic significance. Studied plants were collected from different eco‐climatic zones of Pakistan ranges from tropical, sub‐tropical, and moist habitats. The aim of this study is to use palyno‐anatomical features for the correct identification, systematic comparison, and investigation to elucidate the taxonomic significance of these features, which are useful to taxonomists for identifying monocot taxa. A signification variation was observed in quantitative and qualitative characters by using the standard protocol of light microscopy (LM) and SEM. Epidermal cell length varied from maximum in (480 ± 35.9) μm at the adaxial surface to minimum in (33.6 ± 8.53) μm on abaxial surface. Maximum exine thickness was observed in (4.46) μm and minimum in (0.8) μm. Variation was observed in shape and exine ornamentation of the pollen, shape of the epidermal cell, number, size, and type of stomata, guard cell shape, and anticlinal wall pattern. Based on these palyno‐anatomical features a taxonomic key was developed, which help in the discrimination of studied taxa. In conclusion, LM and SEM pollen and epidermal morphology is explanatory, significant, and can be of special interest for the plant taxonomist in the correct identification of monocots taxa. The SEM and LM method use as a tool in the identification of monocot taxa. Palyno‐anatomical features were first time documented for its taxonomic significance. Based on these features, a taxonomic key was developed for the correct identification and delimitation of the monocot taxa.
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