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Circular Vessels in the Secondary Xylem of Arabidopsis Thaliana (Brassicaceae)

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Circular vessels differentiate in the secondary xylem of the short stem of Arabidopsis thaliana at the rosette level, where many inflorescence s grow following the repeated cutting of developing inflorescences over several weeks. The circular vessels differentiate adjacent to developing buds, but are not found in branching regions of the inflore scence s.

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2018-10-15

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