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In the present paper the leaves of Monocotyledons are treated from the standpoint of the Phyllode Theory—that is to say, it is assumed that these leaves include no region equivalent, morphologically, to the lamina of the Dicotyledon. It is concluded on the evidence of comparative morphology and anatomy that, in the case of simple Monocotyledonous foliage-leaves terminating in a solid apex, and also in the case of spathe-leaves ending in a similar tip, the main part of the leaf is of leaf-sheath nature, while the apex represents a vestigial petiole.
It is provisionally suggested that such apices represent the unexpanded tip of the petiole: Most users should sign in with their email address. If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in. To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above.
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Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. Summary In the present paper the leaves of Monocotyledons are treated from the standpoint of the Phyllode Theory—that is to say, it is assumed that these leaves include no region equivalent, morphologically, to the lamina of the Anatomif.
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