2016 Volume 3 Issue 4

Petiole anatomy Study of some medicinal species of Salvia L. in Iran


Gholamreza Bagheri, Seyed Mohammad Mousavi, Seyed Ali Mousavi
Abstract

In this study, the petiole anatomy of six species of Salvia the family Lamiaceae named Salvia staminia, S. limbata, S. viridis, S. multicalis, S. bractata, S. palastinia Discussed and compared. Considered samples were cutting and colored. The results showed that almost all species differences in terms of overall shape, shape and number of vascular bundles, trichomes type, number and shape of the epidermis, Collenchyma, parenchyma showed. None of the petioles have n, t peltate glandular trichomes. The highest number of Vascular bundles in the petiole S.limbata were observed. The most prominent square shape of petiole in S. Stamina and S. palastinia were reported The highest number of the parenchyma layers in species S. palestinia were observed.

 

Keywords: Anatomy, Salvia L, vascular bundles, peltate glandular trichomes, petiole


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