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Secondary growth of the stem of Celosia argentea L. and Aerva sanguinolenta (L.) BLUME (Amaranthaceae)

@inproceedings{Rajput2001SecondaryGO,
  title={Secondary growth of the stem of Celosia argentea L. and Aerva sanguinolenta (L.) BLUME (Amaranthaceae)},
  author={Kishore S. Rajput},
  year={2001}
}
Structure and development of vascular cambium was studied histologically in the stem of Celosia argentea L. and Aerva sanguinolenta (L.) BLUME (Amaranthaceae). In both the species secondary growth resulted in the development of successive rings of cambia. The cambium is storied consisting only of fusiform initials giving rise to rayless vascular tissues at least in the early part of secondary growth. In the later part of the secondary growth, development of vertically elongated rays were… 

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