Lab 6 Images Oct 13

Lab 6 Images Oct 13 - With t-blue: xylem will be stained...

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Px: protoxylem; mx: metaxylem A thinner stained cross section of a tomato stem near the shoot apex
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LS of section of stem of spurge (Euphorbia ). Protoxylem (arrow); metaxylem (bigger cells). Transverse section of cosmos stem (Cosmos ).
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Which one is protoxylem? Can you see any phloem fibers?
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Protoxylem with annular rings Protoxylem with helical thickenings
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Picture A (T-blue stain) Picture B (Phloroglucinol HCL)
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Unformatted text preview: With t-blue: xylem will be stained blue-green Phloem will be stained pink With phloroglucinol HCl: xylem (red/orange) Phloem (unstained) Helianthus TS Try to identify protoxylem and metaxylem. Bordered pits in Pine tracheids Macerated pine wood. Note the uniform tracheid cells. Radial section of Pinus XS/TS of Tilia. Xylem. Perforation Plate....
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Lab 6 Images Oct 13 - With t-blue: xylem will be stained...

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