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Research Article

Identification of Xylem Occlusions Occurring in Cut Clematis (Clematis L., fam. Ranunculaceae Juss.) Stems during Their Vase Life

Figure 7

Histochemical identification of suberins in xylem occlusions in stems of Clematis “Solidarność” by using Sudan IV. (a) Identification of suberins in xylem of control stems; (b) identification of suberins in xylem of stems kept in 8HQC + 2% sucrose; (c) identification of suberins in stems kept in distilled water. P: pith, pr: pith rays, ph: phloem, arrow: xylem vessel, c: cortex with lamellar collenchyma, *: blocked xylem lumen, : epidermis.

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