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Horticultural Research (Japan)
Cell walls of scarious floral leaf cells in seven plant species were observed under a transmission electron microscope (TEM), a scanning electron microscope (SEM) and a polarization microscope. Generally, floral leaves are composed of parenchyma cells with only primary cell walls. However, it was clarified that there were secondary cell walls showing orientation of cellulose microfibrils for all cells of scarious floral leaves in the seven plant species investigated. The fine structures ofdoi:10.2503/hrj.9.19 fatcat:yx7zxp3vjngqvm7mvabk3dq6la