laticifer


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laticifer

[lā′tis·ə·fər]
(botany)
A latex duct found in the mid-cortex of certain plants.
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maxima are unknown anatomical reports on laticifers in the bark of these species.
Laticifers was described from secondary phloem samples of the trunk by were fixed in Karnovsky solution (Karnovsky, 1965), dehydrated in 50, 70 and 80% alcohol, embedded in HistoResin (hydroxyethylmethacrylate; Leica, Germany), following the manufacturer's instructions, and cut in a semiautomatic microtome.
Laticifers possess radial distribution in the secondary phloem trunk of F.
Ontogeny and cytochemistry of alkaloidal vesicles in laticifers of Papaver somniferum, American Jour.
The fact that both anas and non-a laticifers are found in different genera of tribe Colocasieae suggests a point from which to investigate their potential evolutionary relationships or trends.
These include types or states of ground tissue, vascular bundles, fibers, trichosclereids, collenchyma, and laticifers.
Systematic occurrence of anastomosing laticifers in Araceae.
The presence of laticifers in Caricaceae is clearly an apomorphy; laticifers are unknown elsewhere in Brassicales.
Serpe MD, Muir AJ, Keidel AM (2001) Localization of cell wall polysaccharides in nonarticulated laticifers of Asclepias speciosa Torr.
Histochemcial analyses of laticifers and glandular trichomes in Cannabis sativa.
Cytochemical Analysis of Laticifers and Meristematic Cells in the Shoot Apex of Milkweed