By G. V. Joshi, Shubhangi Sontakke, Leela Bhosale (auth.), H. J. Teas (eds.)
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J 0 N 24 7 D 5 J 8 F 13 M 12 M 7 A 9 J 4 J 13 2 s 10 0 8 Fig. 3. Litter fall in Avicennia community in 1979/80 harvest year. cennia buds, flowers and propagules which are therefore considered together. The abscised leaves and stipules of Bruguiera from each harvest were counted and the number of stipules used as an indication of leaf appearance after field observations had confirmed the validity ofthis assumption. Root samples were not collected. The climate of Durban is subtropical. 7°C are the hottest and coldest months of he year respectively.
Literature cited Billard, B. D. Field. 1974. Electrical properties of salt gland of Aegiceras. ) 115:285-296. W. ThomsonandK. Platt. 1974. The apoplastic pathway oftransport to salt glands. J. Exp. Bot. 25:61-69. Cardale, S. D. Field. 1971. The structure ofthe salt gland of Aegiceras corniculatum. ) 99:183-191. Cardale, S. D. Field. 1975. Ion transport in the salt gland of Aegiceras. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Biology and Management of Mangroves, Vol. II, p. 608-614. University of Florida.
Vertical section of the salt gland of Aegiceras showing the following structures: gland cuticle (C), junction ofthe gland cuticle and the inside surface of thc gland (F), secretory cells (S), basal cell (B) and sub-basal cell (SB). Materials and methods Seedlings of Aegiceras were collected from the banks of the Hawkesbury River, near Sydney, Australia, and grown in soil watered with tap water. Material was selected from plants 60-90 cm in height, that were actively secreting salt. For scanning electron microscopy fresh whole leaves or leaf strips were mounted onto stubs with double-sided adhesive tape, then rotary coated with carbon and gold palladium (60:40), and observed in a Philips PSEM 500 SEM at 12 K v accelerating voltage.
Physiology and management of mangroves by G. V. Joshi, Shubhangi Sontakke, Leela Bhosale (auth.), H. J. Teas (eds.)