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English: A cross section of a leaf showing the phloem, xylem, sclerenchyma and collenchyma, and mesophyll.

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Xylem and phloem File:Lamium sp., stalk, Etzold green 5.jpg, by Micropix.

Sclerenchyma and collenchyma File:Plant cell type sclerenchyma fibers.png and File:Plant cell type collenchyma.png, by Snowman frosty

Chlorenchyma File:Plagiomnium affine laminazellen.jpeg by Fabelfroh


Biology—Campbell&Reece 8th edition (pgs 744, 745, 751)
Date 14 April 2013, 16:17:36
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Author Kelvinsong


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