Yinhui-1###Several layers of irregularly arranged parenchymatous
cells, with wall containing microgrooves###Fig.
composed of parenchymatous
cells with thin walls, more or less
It has monopodial pinnate or monopodial pyramidal ramification with plectenchymatous mantle organization (Raidl and Muller, 1996) in contrast with dichotomous branched ramification and parenchymatous
mantle organization in all Tomentella isolates from Pakistan.
silica, usually filling cell lumina, in cells of parenchymatous
The selection of the flattened-spheroidal, sometimes parenchymatous
Coleochaetae as possibly representative of the putative ancestor of embryophytes (particularly thallose liverworts) is not a new idea and was clearly suggested by Bower (1908) and later supported by Campbell (1940).
Wood: fibrous 0; parenchymatous
= 1; wide-band tracheids = 3 35.
Distinguishing features: Monoxylic stem with broad pith, vascular cylinder divided by leaf gaps into distinct wedges, and a well-developed parenchymatous
cortex [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3A OMITTED].
Chemistry: family rarely cyanogenic or saponiferous, iridoids present (especially gentiopicroside), accumulating xanthones and aluminum, calcium oxalate crystals present in parenchymatous
Surgical treatment of traumatic damages of parenchymatous
bodies of an abdominal cavity.
Moreover, it is possible to avoid other abdominal structures such as the bowel, when a parenchymatous
organ is evaluated (LUCK & MADDERN, 1999).
Central cylinder exhibits parenchymatous
pericycle and four alternate strands of primary xylem and phloem (Figure 2A).
The increased main tiller thickness may be triggered by increasing parenchymatous
cell volume (Martins & Castro, 1999) and enhancing tracheary element differentiation (Pesquet & Tuominen, 2011) due to ethylene overproduction in explant tissues.