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Tyloses in Abscission Scars of Loblolly Pinel

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During a study of fascicle abscission in Pinus taeda L., tyloses were observed to occlude tracheids of both proximal and distal abscission scars. The tyloses represent the protrusion of ray parenchyma cells into tracheid lumens. Multiple tyloses often arise from a given parenchyma cell and can enter multiple tracheids. Tyloses occur as part of an abscission process that also includes the presence of Type II cells (programmed to enlarge during abscission in the presence of ethylene) and rupture of tracheids-features common to abscission in angiosperms.

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1999-01-01
2016-12-10

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