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Research Paper | Botany | India | Volume 9 Issue 12, December 2020
Study of Leaf Anatomy and Pollen of LiliumMackliniae (SEALY) Shirui Lily of Manipur
KH. Swarnalata Devi  | E. Jadumani Singh | Th. Sobita Devi
Abstract: Lilium mackliniae (Shirui lily) of the family Liliaceae is one of the rare and endangered plant species. The plant is restricted only in Shirui of Temparate Hill of Ukhrul district, Manipur The plant has specific character of a flowering plant and well adapted to cool hilly region of the state. For anatomical studies, cross-sections of the leaves, and morphological properties of the pollen grains were investigated. The pollen grains are monosulcate, heteropolar, elliptical in polar view and oblate. Transverse sections of the leaves, nature of stomata were examined. The numerical value showed that Lilium mackliniae differs from the other Lilium. This study is the first reporting with anatomical and palynological features of Shirui lily of Manipur.
Keywords: Lily, anatomy, pollen, Shirui Hill, Manipur
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 12, December 2020,
Pages: 1320 - 1324
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