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tracheary

(ˈtreɪkɪərɪ)
adj
(Biology) using tracheae to breathe
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Histological section of cream-colored calli with tracheary structures (10X).
In this perspective, space in conifer woods is better devoted to more tracheary elements than to larger rays and more axial parenchyma, which thereby play a modally different role in conifers than they do in angiosperms.
Under a few layered phloem, xylem is composed of tracheary elements with surrounded by sclerenchymatous cells in root.
(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., 2009; Pesquet & Tuominem, 2011; Yasmin et al., 2014).
Deposition of the crystals on the surface of the xylem tracheary elements of A.
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.
Bacterium did not occur in vascular bundles (tracheary elements) of leaf and stem but some phloem