This sequence begins with the chlorophyll parenchyma, phloem, epidermis, bundle sheath parenchyma, and, as the least digestible tissues, the xylem and sclerenchyma
(HANNA et al.
* Common storage tissue (CST): an outer storage parenchyma or sclerenchyma
with intense accumulation of starch and other metabolites, which are not directly involved in the inducer's feeding, but are important energy source for growth and maintenance of gall tissues.
After 10 months of decomposition, straw showed a loss of stiffness and changes in the morphological structure of parenchyma and sclerenchyma
The presence of sclerenchyma
facilitates the filtering of light by increasing the light availability used in the photosynthesis of the innermost mesophyll layers (SIMIONI et al., 2017).
There were large, small, and discontinuous sclerenchyma
bunches, 3 or 6 rows in secondary phloem of V.
Xylem in cross section is located radially and has a star-like shapes, its strands go in rays from primary xylem elements located in the root center and surrounded by sclerenchyma
Plant rooting studies indicate sclerenchyma
tissue is not restricting factor.
They were surrounded by sclerenchyma
sheaths and embedded in parenchyma tissue.
Palisade mesophyll occurred in bundles along the periphery of the leaf and were bordered by sclerenchyma
girders (Figs 2 and 3) of mesophyll origin (Rudall and Chase 1996).
The abaxial region of the leaf shows, under the epidermis, a well-developed sclerenchyma
, composed by fibers, forming an armor (figures 9, 10, 11).
The digestion of thin-walled cells like the foliar mesophyll and the phloem is faster than the cells of the xylem and the bundles of sclerenchyma
This characteristic may protect the inner structures of the seeds from the lignified sclerenchyma