Articles written in Proceedings – Plant Sciences
Volume 88 Issue 6 November 1979 pp 463-472
Cells of the resting vascular cambium of
Volume 89 Issue 6 December 1980 pp 437-442
In all the three species studied stomata are mostly confined to the upper epidermis but a few occur on the lower surface as well. Development is of the perigenous type. The reduction in number of cell divisions in and around the stomata in parasitic and aquatic plants is discussed.
Volume 90 Issue 1 February 1981 pp 85-89
The tricytic stoma is studied on the basis of published literature and illustrations. It is found that it may be formed in a variety of ways. These are classified and reviewed.
Volume 90 Issue 3 June 1981 pp 245-252
Recent studies on the ontogeny of stomata in a number of plants have shown that the anomocytic stoma is not always perigenous or haplocheilic in origin as was previously believed but may be formed in a variety of ways. These are classified and reviewed in the present paper. The need to investigate ontogeny of this type of stoma in more plant groups is emphasized.
Volume 91 Issue 2 April 1982 pp 145-152
It was generally believed that the topography of the cells surrounding the guard cells in the mature condition indicate their mode of development. However, it has now been established that more than one ontogenetic type may correspond to a single mature type, or it may lead to the development of varied stomatal types. The paracytic stoma was studied from this viewpoint. It was found that it may be formed through one of at least eight different modes. These are classified and reviewed. The need to undertake studies on the ontogeny of this type of stoma in various groups of plants has been emphasized.
Volume 91 Issue 4 August 1982 pp 289-295
Four different types of cork-warts, the ordinary cork-warts, the d-scars, wound cork and trichome scars have been described from
Volume 99 Issue 1 February 1989 pp 7-14
Cuticular characters were studied in 3 species of