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Anatomical Traits as an Additional Taxonomic Tool for Munronia pinnata (Wall.) Theob. (Meliaceae) Found in Sri Lanka

R.M. Dharmadasa, P.L. Hettiarachchi, GAS Premakumara

World Journal of Agricultural Research. 2014, 2(4), 142-150 doi:10.12691/wjar-2-4-1
  • Figure 1. Dendrogramme generated by combining 53 polymorphic anatomical characters of 13 populations of Munronia pinnata
  • Plate 1. Representative leaf midrib transverse sections of populations of Munronia pinnata collected from Anuradhapura (APRG-5), Haldummulla (BDHM-3) Warakapola (GPWP-3) and Pallewela (GPPW-3) [UE-Upper epidermis; SC- Sclerenchyma; DM- Daughter myristale; XY- Xylem; PH- Phloem; P-parenchyma; LE-Lower epidermis; T-Trichome]
  • Plate 2. Representative petiole transverse sections of populations of Munronia pinnata collected from Anuradhapura (APRG-5), Haldummulla (BDHM-3) Warakapola (GPWP-3) and Pallewela (GPPW-3) [UE-Upper epidermis; SC- Sclerenchyma; DM- Daughter myristale; XY- Xylem; PH- Phloem; P-Parenchyma; T-Trichome]
  • Plate 3. Representative stem transverse sections of populations of Munronia pinnata collected from Anuradhapura (APRG-5), Haldummulla (BDHM-3) Kuliyapitiya (KGKP-5) and Madulla (MGMD-3) [UE-Upper epidermis; SC- Sclerenchyma; DM- Daughter myristale; XY- Xylem; PH- Phloem; P-parenchyma; LE-Lower epidermis; T-Trichome]
  • Plate 4. Leaf upper epidermises of APRG-5, BDHM-3, GPPW-3, GPWP-3, KGKP-5 and MGMD-3 populations of Munronia pinnata
  • Plate 5. Leaf lower epidermis of APRG-5, BDHM-3, GPPW-3 and GPWP-3 populations of Munronia pinnata
  • Figure 2. Correspondence analysis on basis of 53 polymorphic anatomical characters of thirteen populations of Munronia pinnata