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Published In: Actes de la Société Linnéenne de Bordeaux 20(2): 561. 1860. (8 Feb 1860) (Actes Soc. Linn. Bordeaux) Name publication detailView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

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Acceptance : Accepted
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Synonym Text: Pyrethrum sect. Dendranthema DC., Prodr. 6: 62. 1837; Chrysanthemum sect. Pyrethrum subsect. Dendranthema (DC.) Kitam. in Act. Phyt. et Geo-Bot. 4: 36. 1935; in Comp. Japon. 2: 350. 1940-pro parte.
General/Distribution: Species 37, distributed mainly in China, Japan, Korea, Mangolia, Indo-Pakistan subcontinent, Central Asian States and East Europe. Represented in Pakistan by the following species, usually in cultivation but as escape also.


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Perennial herbs, sometimes basally woody shrublets. Leaves alternate, pinnately shallowly to deeply dissected, lobed or occasionally entire. Capitula radiate, heterogamous, solitary, terminal or few to many and laxly corymbose. Involucre ± saucer-shaped, 3-seriate, phyllaries imbricate, broadly membranous or dark brown margined. Receptacle convex to somewhat conical, ± punctate-tuberculate, epaleate. Ray-florets uniseriate, female, fertile, with white, pink or yellowish ligules. Disc-florets bisexual, yellow, with tubular-conical, glandular, 5-lobed, unwinged corolla tube. Anthers lacking basal appendages, with subtriangular apical appendages. Cypselas homomorphic, obconic-obovoid, 5-8-ribbed, thin-walled, usually with myxogenic cells in rows. Pappus absent.
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