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CHARACTERIZATION OF PARENCHYMA AND VASCULARBUNDLE OF OIL PALM TRUNK AS FUNCTION OF STORAGETIME

@inproceedings{Ramle2015CHARACTERIZATIONOP,
  title={CHARACTERIZATION OF PARENCHYMA AND VASCULARBUNDLE OF OIL PALM TRUNK AS FUNCTION OF STORAGETIME},
  author={S. F. M. Ramle and O. Sulaiman and R. Hashim and T. Arai and A. Kosugi and H. Abe and Y. Murata and Y. Mori},
  year={2015}
}
This study presents the characterization of parenchyma and vascular bundle of oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.) trunks harvested in Ladang Pelam, Kedah, Malaysia. Samples cut from outer, middle, and inner parts of the trunks were stored in a room at a temperature of 29 ° C for 0, 45, and 60 days prior to any tests. Parenchyma cells and vascular bundles from each sample were manually separated for microscopic analysis. Both light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy were employed to… Expand

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