Anisotropy of apple parenchyma

@inproceedings{Khan1990AnisotropyOA,
  title={Anisotropy of apple parenchyma},
  author={Ali Khan and Julian Vincent},
  year={1990}
}
Parenchyma of a range of apple varieties was either sectioned in a cryotome and observed under a light microscope, or freeze dried and viewed under a scanning electron microscope. The morphology of the material varied according to the direction from which it was viewed. This phenomenon, known as anisotropy, increased from the outside to the inside of the cortex. The periphery consisted of radially flattened or spherical cells (50 μ dia) with spherical intercellular spaces. Towards the interior… CONTINUE READING

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