1939 年 53 巻 633 号 p. 400-405
Remarks on the four species of Carices described in this paper:
Carex diandra SCHRANK: Upper epidermal cells on the nerve and on the mesophyll are very similar in their structure and form. Protuberances and spine cells are numerous in the margins. Transfusion cells are prominent. Walls of the epidermal cells in the stomata-band protrude upwards.
Carex disperma DEWEY: Protuberances occur in the margin and in the under epidermis on the midrib. Stomata are rhombic.
Carex fallax var. Franchetiana OHWI: All epidermal cells are short. Stomata are found on the marginal portion of the upper epidermis. Upper epidermal cells on the nerve are indistinct.
Carex gibba WAHLENBERG: Protuberances are distributed near the margins of the upper epidermis. Spine cells occur densely in the margins.