palisade cell


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palisade cell

[‚pal·ə′sād ‚sel]
(botany)
One of the columnar cells of the palisade mesophyll which contain numerous chloroplasts.
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41 um2) in treated wastewater obtained maximum palisade cell area followed by R.
Sections of leaves from plants cultivated in vitro showed structural disarrangement in the palisade cells, presence of starch in the palisade tissue, acidic polysaccharides located on the epidermis and mesophyll, and epidermis with cuticle denser when compared to plants cultivated in the greenhouse.
Leaves from the plants grown at 10/20degC not only had more spongy mesophyll tissue, but also longer palisade cells, compared to the leaves from the 20/30degC treatment.