Perforated Ray Cells in Korean Caprifoliaceae

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Perforated ray cells are recorded for the first time in species of Lonicera, Sambucus, Viburnum, and Weigela (Caprifoliaceae) that grow in Korea, These ray cells have simple perforations in Lonicera and Sambucus which have vessel elements with simple perforations, and have scalariform perforation s or variant types of scalariform perforations in Viburnum and Weigela which have vessel elements with scalariform perforations. In Korean Caprifoliaceae the perforations of ray cells are similar to the types of perforation plates in the vessel elements of the same wood.

Perforated Ray Cells in Korean Caprifoliaceae

in IAWA Journal

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