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Prados, A.M.; Domínguez Vilches, E.; Ubera Jiménez, José Luis (1988)
Publisher: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Real Jardín Botánico
Languages: Spanish; Castilian
Types: Article
Subjects: Ononis, Fabaceae, Andalucía (España), Palinología, España
The pollen grains of the species of Ononis bccurring in western Andalusia have been studied by light, scanning electrón and transmission electrón microscopy. The results show differences in the morphology of the exine and in the P/E axes ratio. Four pollen types are recognised, one comprising the majority of the Andalusian species the other three each consisting of a single species, these being O. pubescens, O. reuteri and O. speciosa. Se estudian palinológicamente las especies del género Ononis L. presentes en Andalucía occidental, mediante microscopía óptica y electrónica, de barrido y transmisión. Según nuestros resultados hay diferencias en cuanto al tipo de exina y relación de los ejes que separan claramente a O. pubescens, O. reuteri y O. speciosa del resto de las especies estudiadas.

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