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Cynomoriaceae Endl. ex Lindl. Search in IPNISearch in NYBG Virtual Herbarium Decrease font Increase font Restore font
 

Published In: Nixus Plantarum 23. 1833. (17 Sep 1833) (Nix. Pl.) Name publication detail
 

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 6/2/2011)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 6/3/2011)
Contributor Text: Rubina Rafiq
Contributor Institution: National Herbarium, National Agricultural Research Centre, Islamab4d-45500.
General/Distribution: One genus with 2 species or 1 species with 2 subspecies.

 

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Herbs without chlorophyll, parasitic on roots through short haustorial appendages borne on tuberous brownish rhizomes. Aerial stem erect, up to 30 cm tall, fleshy, with many triangular-lanceolate leaves. Inflorescence club-shaped, terminal spadix-like with deltoid scaly bracts. Flowers male, female and rarely hermaphrodite. Perianth of (1-) 3-4 (-5-8) free or ± connate linear to cuneate segments; sometimes perianth is absent in pistillate flowers. Male flower: perianth segments mostly 1-5, stamen 1, anther 2-celled; ovary rudimentary. Female flower: perianth segments (0-)1-5, ovary inferior, unilocular, ovule 1, pendulous, style 1, broadened above. Hermaphrodite flowers rare or none. Fruit globose, 1-seeded.
 

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