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Figure 1: (a) T. S. of thin root-entire view. (b) T. S. of thick root-one sector. (c) T. S. of thick root-central portion enlarged. (d) T. S. of outer part of the root cortex, secondary phloem and secondary xylem cells (the boundary between the two zones not distinct) (Co: Cortex, CS: Central segments of xylem, FX: Fissured xylem core, FX: Fissured xylem segments, Pe: Periderm, Ph: Phloem, PS: Parenchyma sheath, SE: Slave elements, SPh: Secondary phloem, SX: Secondary xylem, VC: Vessel cluster, Ve: Vessel, X: Xylem elements, XF: Xylem fibres, XP: Xylem parenchyma)

Figure 1: (a) T. S. of thin root-entire view. (b) T. S. of thick root-one sector. (c) T. S. of thick root-central portion enlarged. (d) T. S. of outer part of the root cortex, secondary phloem and secondary xylem cells (the boundary between the two zones not distinct) (Co: Cortex, CS: Central segments of xylem, FX: Fissured xylem core, FX: Fissured xylem segments, Pe: Periderm, Ph: Phloem, PS: Parenchyma sheath, SE: Slave elements, SPh: Secondary phloem, SX: Secondary xylem, VC: Vessel cluster, Ve: Vessel, X: Xylem elements, XF: Xylem fibres, XP: Xylem parenchyma)