The Ultrastructure of Crystalliferous Cells in Some Lecythidaceae With a Discussion of Their Terminology

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On the basis of a light microscopic c1assification of the genera of the Lecythidaceae according to the presence of crystalliferous cells in the axial wood parenchyma an attempt was made to characterise these cells at the fine structurallevel. Electron microscopic studies of the genera Allantoma, Grias and Gustavia revealed normal cross walls, as well as septumIike walls separating the individual crystal-containing units in the axial parenchyma strand. Based on these findings the terminology of the crystalliferous cells per se is discussed at some length.

The Ultrastructure of Crystalliferous Cells in Some Lecythidaceae With a Discussion of Their Terminology

in IAWA Journal

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