bundle sheath


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bundle sheath

a layer of PARENCHYMA that occurs round a VASCULAR BUNDLE.
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Vascular bundles contain of bundle sheath one layered, thin walled and without chloroplast parenchymatous cells.
Asterisk indicates bundle sheath with cells that radiate away from the sheath (Kranz structure); arrow indicates funneled cell.
2) with 2 or 6 subsidiary cells around guard cells in Astrocaryum, 4 in Hexopetion (11-13); (ii) chlorenchyma with palisade cells composed of short cells in Hexopetion and of long cells in Astrocaryum (61-62); (iii) fibers of bundle sheath extension (Fig.
These two 4-carbon compounds are then transferred in to the bundle sheath cells, where they are decarboxylated (carbon is dropped off).
part of the parenchymatous bundle sheath or the outer layer of the
Malate is a carrier that transfers CO2 and NADPH from mesophyll cells (MC) to vascular bundle sheath cells (BSC) in C4 plant photosynthesis.
4] plants has been attributed to morphological features of bundle sheath cells that can result in different rates of leakage (Hattersley, 1982).
marks only one variation among others with similar function, such as the starch sheath in the stem and the bundle sheath around foliar vascular bundles.
The sheath cells of small VBs are large and bundle sheath is complete and single in all vascular bundles.