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Vestures in axial parenchyma cells


, : Vestures in axial parenchyma cells. IAWA (International Association of Wood Anatomists) Bulletin 7(1): 39-45

Axial parenchyma cells with vestures were found in the secondary xylem of Lasianthus japonicus Miq. (Rubiaceae). The vestures were always associated with reticulate thickenings. Their morphology is illustrated by SEM micrographs.

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Accession: 001507397

DOI: 10.1163/22941932-90000436

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