BSA Online Image Collection, Plant Anatomy

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Sambucus, pith parenchyma cell Myriophyllum aerenchyma w/druse Myriophyllum druse w/polarized light Ornithogalum, raphid cell, x.s. Ornithogalum, raphid cell, l.s.
         
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Ornithogalum raphids Ornithogalum raphids w/polarized light Solanum tuber, fresh Solanum tuber, fresh w/polarized light Allium, epidermis peel, fresh
         
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Elodea leaf, fresh Nymphaea, astrosclereid Acorus (sweet flag) leaf, cross section Hoya pith, sclereid Hoya pith, sclereid+B39 w/polarized light
         
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Apium petiole, collenchyma Zea root tip, l.s. autoradiography Zea root tip Rananculus acris, root, x.s. Casparian strip
         
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Smilax herbacea, root, x.s. Zea mays, root, x.s., fluorescence (FL) Zea, lateral root initiation I Zea, lateral root initiation II Zea, lateral root initiation III
         
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Ricinus, shoot tip, l.s. Coleus, shoot apex, l.s. Coleus, axillary bud, l.s. Coleus, shoot apex, x.s. Sequoia sempervirens, shoot apex, x.s.
         
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Medicago stem, x.s. Lycopersicum stem, x.s. Latuca, stem, vascular bundle Sambucus stem, early periderm Sambucus stem, tenticil
         
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Helianthus, early vascular cambium Pinus, vascular cambium Tilia stem, phloem, 3 yr. Fraxinus wood, cross section, ring porous Fraxinus wood, radial section
         
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Fraxinus wood, tangential section Cornus florida wood, x.s. diffuse porous Pinus wood, cross section Pinus wood, radial section Pinus wood, radial section
         
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Pinus wood, tangential section Pinus, cortical resin duct Pinus, xylary resin duct Cucurbita, phloem cross section Cucurbita, phloem, longitudinal section
         
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Robinia xylem, l.s. bordered pit hairs Coleus trichome, FL & Darkfield Zea mays stem, vascular bundle Aristolochia stem, vine Potamogeton stem, cross section
         
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Leaf primordia, cross section Dicot leaf, cleared Monocot leaf, cleared Dionaea muscipula leaf, glandular trichome Nerium leaf, xerophyte
         
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Citrus leaf, oil gland Lycopersicon leaf, dicot Eleagnus leaf, dicot Zea leaf, monocot Aquilegia, x.s.
         
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Zea leaf bundle Nymphaea, leaf, hydrophyte Ficus leaf, xerophyte Ficus leaf, FL Enlargement of fused anthers
         
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Pinus strobus, leaf cross section Pinus nigra, leaf cross section Aquilegia flower, l.s. hypogynous Aquilegia, x.s. Potamogeton stem, cross section
         
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Helianthus florets, l.s. epigynous Helianthus, x.s., base of nectary Helianthus, x.s., free filaments Helianthus, x.s., free filaments Potamogeton stem, cross section

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