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The first panel is a graphical illustration of the various cell types within the Arabidopsis thaliana primary root. The following images are optical, plastic and paraffin cross sections at the meristematic region of primary roots analyzed 5 days post germ
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The first panel is a graphical illustration of the various cell types within the Arabidopsis thaliana primary root. The following images are optical, plastic and paraffin cross sections at the meristematic region of primary roots analyzed 5 days post germ
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Cell types in Arabidopsis root-Helariutta Research Group page

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