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Anatomy of Aerial RootWood of Sonneratia Caseolaris (L.) Engler (Sonneratioideae)

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The anatomy of the aerial rootwood of Sonneratia caseolaris (L.) Engler showed distinct growth rings demarcated by fibres, vessels occurring in very high frequency, with simple and multiperforate plates containing druses and stellate crystals, different types of intervessel pits with vestures, absence of axial parenchyma, presence of very fine homogeneous rays, septate fibres and intercellular spaces between fibres. A comparison of aerial rootwood and stemwood revealed many quantitative differences between these two parts of the plant body.


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