Stomata are paracytic
and occur on the abaxial surface of all the studied species, but also on the adaxial surface in A.
stomata are the most common in the Euphorbiaceae (Raju y Rao, 1977; Murillo, 2002), though anisocytic and anomocytic ones are also found (Levin, 1986; Murillo, 2002; Gales and Toma 2006).
Hypostomatic leaves, paracytic
stomata, straight-walled epidermal cells, dorsiventral mesophyll and the collateral vascular system are usual characters of Rubiaceae family (Solereder, 1908; Metcalfe & Chalk, 1950).
5 (60-73) um, stomata were in abundance, stomatal type was diacytic or Paracytic
Leaves have abundant paracytic
type of stomata (Dwari and Mondal, 2011).
Such as while studying anatomical parameters different types of stomata were recognized like diacytic, paracytic
, anisocytic and hypostomatal within the selected species.
Stomata Both anisocytic and paracytic
type on either side Quantitative analysis 1 Stomatal number upper surface 202-216-238 Stomatal number lower surface 184-212-248 2 Stomatal index upper surface 17.
The exocarp presents tector and glandular trichomes, and paracytic
Stomata are usually paracytic
on the abaxial surface whereas they are hemi-paracytic
on the adaxial surface of all the species.
Metcalfe and Chalk (1957) and Jaiswal, Naik, Tatke, Gabhe, and Vaidya (2012) had already described the presence of paracytic
stomata connected with irregular subsidiary cells in Anacardium occidentale leaves.
Different types of stomata were recognized like diacytic paracytic
anisocytic and hypostomatal in all the studied species.
The stomata are predominantly anisocytic (Figure 5B), and also anomocytic and paracytic
, the last one present exclusively in A.