Identification of additional diagnostic features of the anatomical structure in the raw material of Phlomis Pungens Willd.
Keywords:microscopy, diagnostic features of the anatomical structure, Ph. pungens Willd.
AbstractThe study to identify the additional diagnostic features of the anatomical structure in the raw material of Phlomis pungens Willd. has been conducted. As a result, the specific features of the seed, bract, the inner and outer sides of the corolla, calyx and leaf blades, petiole of the leaf blade have been identified. The characteristic signs are the form of the hairs and the difference of their arrangement on inner and outer sides of the corolla and calyx. The seeds have four oppositely arranged grooves, at the base there are simple hairs. The bract is covered with multicellular branched hairs, its apex is covered with straight simple hairs.
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