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Geographic leaf cuticular and morphological variations in Salvia lyrata. L. (cancer-weed) and their possible relationship to salinity
Author(s): G. K. Sharma
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Current Science
Journal Link: http://www.ias.ac.in/currsci/
Article Topic(s): Stress, Morphology
Research Setting(s): Wetland
Species Referenced: Salvia lyrata (Lyreleaf sage),
AbstractStudies the effects of a saline environment on the growth, morphology, and flowering of Salvia lyrata in Mississippi. In the highly saline habitat, plant height and inflorescence number were reduced, but the number of trichomes increased compared to less saline environments.
Suggested CitationG. K. Sharma. "Geographic leaf cuticular and morphological variations in Salvia lyrata. L. (cancer-weed) and their possible relationship to salinity." Current Science 53.13 (1984): 682-683.
Article LinksISSN: 0011-3891