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Viburnum lantana

Taxonomy: Angiospermae, Dipsacales, Adoxaceae, Viburnum

Links: http://flora.nhm-wien.ac.at/seiten-arten/viburnum-lantana.htm

Published: 2020-12-16

Pollen Description

Shape, Size and Aperture

pollen unit: monad,  dispersal unit and peculiarities: monad,  size (pollen unit): medium-sized (26-50 µm),  size of hydrated pollen (LM): 26-30 µm,  shortest polar axis in equatorial view (LM): 21-25 µm,  longest polar axis in equatorial view (LM): 26-30 µm,  shortest diameter in equatorial or polar view (LM): 26-30 µm,  longest diameter in equatorial or polar view (LM): 26-30 µm,  pollen class: colporate,  polarity: isopolar,  P/E-ratio: isodiametric,  shape: spheroidal,  outline in polar view: circular,  dominant orientation (LM): oblique,  P/E-ratio (dry pollen): prolate,  shape (dry pollen): -,  outline in polar view (dry pollen): lobate,  infoldings (dry pollen): aperture(s) sunken,  aperture number: 3,  aperture type: colporus,  aperture condition: colporate, tricolporate,  aperture peculiarities: -

Ornamentation and Structure

LMornamentation LM: reticulate,  nexine: -,  sexine: -,  SEMornamentation SEM: reticulate, clavate,  suprasculpture SEM: -,  TEMtectum: -,  infratectum: -,  foot layer: -,  endexine: -,  intine: -,  wall peculiarities: -,  supratectal element: -

Miscellaneous

pollen coatings: -,  reserves in cytoplasm: -,  cell number: -,  Ubisch bodies: present

Author(s) of diagnosis: Halbritter, Heidemarie; Auer, Waltraud

Pictures

inflorescence of Viburnum lantana

1. inflorescence of Viburnum lantana

flowers of Viburnum lantana

2. flowers of Viburnum lantana

hydrated pollen

3. hydrated pollen

hydrated pollen

4. hydrated pollen

hydrated pollen

5. hydrated pollen

hydrated pollen grains

6. hydrated pollen grains

equatorial view

7. equatorial view

polar view (oblique)

8. polar view (oblique)

aperture

9. aperture

exine surface

10. exine surface

polar area

11. polar area

dry pollen grains

12. dry pollen grains

Ubisch bodies on inner anther wall

13. Ubisch bodies on inner anther wall

Picture legend

  1. inflorescence of Viburnum lantana, photographer: Svojtka, M.
  2. flowers of Viburnum lantana, photographer: Svojtka, M.
  3. hydrated pollen - fresh, glycerine, unstained, photographer: Auer, W.
  4. hydrated pollen - fresh, glycerine, ruthenium red, photographer: Auer, W.
  5. hydrated pollen - fresh, glycerine, ruthenium red, photographer: Auer, W.
  6. hydrated pollen grains - fresh, rehydration (water) & DMP & critical point dried, photographer: Halbritter, H.
  7. equatorial view - fresh, rehydration (water) & DMP & critical point dried, photographer: Halbritter, H.
  8. polar view (oblique) - fresh, rehydration (water) & DMP & critical point dried, photographer: Halbritter, H.
  9. aperture - fresh, rehydration (water) & DMP & critical point dried, photographer: Halbritter, H.
  10. exine surface - fresh, rehydration (water) & DMP & critical point dried, photographer: Halbritter, H.
  11. polar area - fresh, rehydration (water) & DMP & critical point dried, photographer: Halbritter, H.
  12. dry pollen grains - dry, photographer: Halbritter, H.
  13. Ubisch bodies on inner anther wall - fresh, rehydration (water) & DMP & critical point dried, photographer: Halbritter, H.

Literature

  • Halbritter, H (1998) Preparing living pollen material for scanning electron microscopy using 2,2-dimethoxypropane (DMP) and criticalpoint drying. Biotechnic Histochem 73: 137–143

Copyright and Citation

Cite this publication as:

Halbritter H., Auer W., Svojtka M. 2020. Viburnum lantana. In: PalDat - A palynological database. https://www.paldat.org/pub/Viburnum_lantana/304549;jsessionid=DA70E3ECDCC2992E5C36D934B92D232D; accessed 2021-06-15

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