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Side view of a stomata
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Examples of anisocytic stomatas (3subsidiary cells; 2 large and 1 small)
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Example of paracytic stomata (2 parallel subsidiary cells)
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Examples of anomocytic stomatas (no subsidiary cells) Unknown shapes.
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Radial cell walls. Example of periclinal walls. The periclinal division give rise to multilayered
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Unformatted text preview: protoderm. Multiple epidermis in Ficus deltoidea Bulliform cells Peltate scale Tilldansia (Spanish Moss) Unicellular and multicellular glandular trichomes Papillae trichomes on ice plant...
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