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A light microscope study of developing ovules and seeds of Ceratiosicyos laevis (Thunb.) A.Meeuse was undertaken to augment an investigation of ovule and seed structure in Achariaceae. a tri-generic family comprising three species of herbaceous perennials endemic to southern Africa. Tests for myrmecochory suggest that seed of Ceratiosicyos Nees is not dispersed by ants like those of Acharia Thunb. and Guthriea Bolus. Structural differences include the absence of a raphal ridge and imbibitiondoi:10.4102/abc.v32i2.490 fatcat:vi2nxckmezfqpcyefeqojzvaqa