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Figure 1: Associated long cells of (1a) Dactyloctenium aegyptium, (1b) Eragrostis tenella, (1c) E. unioloides, (1d) E. viscosa, (1e) Sporobolus diander; (2) associated short cells of (2a) Cynadon arcuatus, (2b) Eragrostis tenella; (3) fan cells of (3a) Cynadon arcuatus, (3b) C. dactylon, (3c) Perotis indica; (4) elongate cells of (4a) Cynadon dactylon, (4b) Eleusine corocana, (4c) Eragrostis tenella, (4d) E. unoloides, (4e) E. viscosa, (4f) Perotis indica, (4g) Sporobolus diander, (4h) S. tenuissimus; (5) stomatal complex of (5a) Cynadon dactylon, (5b), (5c) E. viscosa, (5d) Sporobolus diander; (6) (6a) subepidermal elements of Dactyloctenium aegyptium; (7) (7a) horned tower of Sporobolus piliferus (8) prickle hairs of (8a) Dactyloctenium aegyptium, (8b) Eleusine corocana, (8c) Eragrostis tenella, (8d) E. viscosa, (8e) Sporobolus tenuissimus, (8f) S. diander.