Flower Morphology and Plant Types within Juncus Roemerianus
Two plant forms were found to occur within Juncus roemerianus, one consistently producing perfect flowers and the other producing pistillate flowers. Staminate flowers were not found. Pistillate flowers have aborted stamens. Rhizomes bearing inflorescences and transplants were dug out and used in the study. These observations serve to clarify previous inconsistent descriptions of floral morphology.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 1974
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