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Gambar Hilus Amylum Sagu

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Club Shaped Bulbs Hair Roots

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The Cell Regarded As An Individual

Only in a fluid cytoblastema containing sugar, dextrin, and mucus protein , can cells be formed. This is effected in two ways 1st. The particles of the mucus are drawn together into a more or less rounded body, a cell-kernel cytoblastus , and change the entire surface of one part of the fluid into jelly, a relatively insoluble substance. Thus originates a closed gelatinous vesicle, into which penetrates the external fluid, and distends it, so that the mucus-corpuscle on one side is free,...

Longitudinal Section Of Parenchyma Cell

If we compare the transverse section of these pits with their appearance on a flat surface, we shall see how this takes place fig. 27. . In the region of the canal of the pore, the cell-walls, which at first lay upon one another, become separated, and leave a lenticular space between them, which is filled with air. The edges of this space appear from the surface as an external circle. The one or two inner circles are produced by the canal, as seen in fig. 27....

Irrigate Cells Ofepidermal Peel Of Tradescantia

In other petals they are much more compact, and very much elongated from within outwards fig. 73. a . The extreme of these two conditions occurs in the epidermis of some seeds, especially in those of the Legumi-noste. Here the cells are often long, cylindrical, extended from within outwards, and often entirely filled up at particular points fig. 74. a . 69 Epithelium a from the gemmules of Tradescantia crassula, with a layer of parenchyma-cells lying under it. 70 Epiblema a from the root of...

Fokm Of The Plantcell

Transverse Section Salvinia

The wood of the species of Mammiltaria differs little from this. At first sight it appears to consist of an entirely uniform tissue of somewhat extended cylindrical cells, which are distinguished by a most delicate spiral band projecting far into the cell fig- 50. B . By greater observation upon kmgitudinu and transverse sections of the cells in which the spiral fibres project less into the cells, it will be found that they are in communication with one another, and allow air to pass through...