On the Occurrence of Silica Grains in Woods of Uibbertia (Dilleniaceae)

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Silica grains are common in the woods of New Caledonian species of Hibbertia. The grains are generally restricted to the ray parenchyma cells with a single grain per ray cello Grain size, shape, and surface texture are quite variable. The systematic significance of silica grains in Hibbertia cannot be assessed until additional species are examined. This is the first documented report of silica grains occurring in woods of the Dilleniaceae.


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