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Published In: Flora Altaica 3: 132–133. 1831. (Fl. Altaic.) Name publication detailView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
 

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 6/2/2011)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 6/3/2011)
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per. April-June.
Type: Type: Altai, Tschrysch, Meyer (LE).
Distribution: Distribution: C. Asia, Himalayas and Pakistan.
Comment/Acknowledgements: Small flowers, elongated fruits and leaves with large terminal lobes and smaller much narrower lateral lobes are distinctive characters.
Photo: Sisymbrium heteromallum C.A. Mey. (Photo)
Map Location: A-7 Chitral, Brumboret, Siddiqui & Rehman 26847 (RAW) ; B-7 Hazara, Naran, rare, Jafri & Ali 3347 (KUH); Peshawar, university campus, Ali & Faruqi 1671 A (KUH); B-9 Baltistan, F. Ludlow 270 (BM).

 

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Annual or biennial, 30-90 cm tall, erect, branched above,± hispid below with simple ciliate hairs, sometimes subglabrous. Leaves resembling closely with the previous species but terminal lobe much longer and broader than the lateral, 2-3 pairs of lobes, shortly toothed, stalked. Racemes 30-45-flowered, up to 25 cm long in fruit; young fruits conspicuously overtopping the flowers. Flowers very small, c. 3 mm across, pale yellow; pedicels 7-15 mm long in fruit, not thickened, spreading. Sepals 3-4 mm long. Petals 4-5 mm long, 1-1.5 mm broad. Stamens c. 3: 4 mm long; anthers c. 1 mm long. Siliquae linear-subcylindrical, 60-80 mm long, 1 mm broad, glabrous; valves covex, 3-veined; style inconspicuous, c. 0.5 mm long with depressed capitate stigma; seeds many, c. 1 mm long, oblong-ellipsoid, finely granulated.
 
 
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