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Epidermal structure of giant redwood and its comparison with those of coast redwood and dawn redwood



Epidermal structure of giant redwood and its comparison with those of coast redwood and dawn redwood



Journal of Beijing Forestry University 29(5): 7-11



The giant redwood (Sequoiadendron giganteum), the only living species of the genus, is endemic to the USA. The leaves of the giant redwood are scale-subulate and amphistomatic. The epidermal cells are rectangular within the non-stomatal areas, and the long axis of epidermal cells is parallel to that of leaves. Two similar stomatal bands distribute on each of the abaxial and adaxial leaf surfaces.

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