metaxylem


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metaxylem

(ˌmɛtəˈzaɪlɛm)
n
(Botany) xylem tissue that consists of rigid thick-walled cells and occurs in parts of the plant that have finished growing. Compare protoxylem
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Frank green possessed incremented root metaxylem area under polluted conditions.
damascena under treated wastewater while large metaxylem area of R.
Some properties of the walls of metaxylem vessels of maize roots, including tests of the wettability of their luminal wall surfaces.
4,11) In particular, VND6 and VND7 are specifically expressed in differentiating tracheary elements of the metaxylem and protoxylem, respectively.
In this node, the epicotyledonary traces, which is composed of two phloem bundles, and also each cotyledonary double trace, median protoxylem, and a pair of metaxylem bundles were verified.
With respect to cylinder vascular the xylem tissue were not clear (figure, 4 A and D), but it contained many lacunae beside of endodermis layer, described by [4] as a Metaxylem.
Tracheary element secondary wall patterns and the definition of protoxylem and metaxylem.
Thus, the present study aimed to evaluate the effect of foliar sprays with thiamethoxam on the re-sprouting of sugarcane in terms of anatomical features of roots: root cortex, central cylinder diameter and number of elements of metaxylem vessels of the RB 83 5486 variety.
Water is mainly stored in the cortex tissues of the roots [6] while wide metaxylem vessels also have the same ability [7].
Cells of adaxial and abaxial hypodermis similar to that of the lamina; colorless parenchyma located in the inner part with the collateral vascular bundles, these including xylem, vessels of protoxylem and metaxylem, xylematic parenchyma and fibers; phloem is composed of sieve cells and phloematic fibers.