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Ultrastructure of xanthium leaf chloroplast variation in different cell types



Ultrastructure of xanthium leaf chloroplast variation in different cell types



Bulletin of the Biological Research Centre (Baghdad) 9: 3-16



Chloroplasts were found in the upper and lower epidermis, bundle sheath, suspension cells, transfer cells, mesophyll and guard cells. Epidermal cell chloroplasts did not develop normally and had no thylakoids. Bundle sheath chloroplasts had fewer grana. Bundle sheath cells, suspension cells and epidermal cells had fewer and smaller chloroplasts than mesophyll cells. All transfer cells except type C had fully developed chloroplasts.

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