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tracheary

(ˈtreɪkɪərɪ)
adj
(Biology) using tracheae to breathe
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5) A similar phenomenon was also reported for transdifferentiation of mesophyll cells of Zinnia elegans into xylem cells termed tracheary elements.
Under in vitro conditions, ethylene enhanced the regeneration efficiency, increased the shoots number and height, improved rooting and stimulated the tracheary element differentiation (Prameswara et al.
pressure in the tracheary elements of the xylem resulting in fluid
Involvement of gibberellin in tracheary element differentiation and lignification in Zinnia elegans xylogenic culture.
Establishing in vitro Zinnia elegans cell suspension culture with high tracheary element differentiation.
Pit membranes are structural components connecting one tracheary element to another.
Imperforate tracheary elements consist of non-septate fibre with pits mostly conspicuously bordered, 153 (102-197) [micro]m in length, 2-4 [micro]m in diameter; density on radial and tangential walls approximately equal.
Lignification completely prevents digestion of xylem and tracheary tissues of legumes.
Effect of light and activated charcoal on tracheary element differentiation in callus cultures of Pinus radiata D.
8 The most distinctive xylem cells of a plant are the long tracheary elements that transport what throughout the plant?