Polygonaceae - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics
The Polygonaceae consist of annual or perennial herbs, shrubs, lianas, vines, or trees. The stems often have swollen nodes. The leaves are usually spiral, simple, stipulate or exs-tipulate, when stipulate, stipules are typically connate into a scarious, appressed sheath extending above the node, termed an “ocrea.” The inflorescence consists of involucrate fasciculate units, the fascicles ...
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