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Monocot and dicot leaf epidermis with stomata, two w.m. in one slide for comparison
Monocot and dicot leaves, two t.s. in one slide for comparison
Leaf types, composite slide of three t.s. through hydrophytic, mesophytic, and xerophytic leaves
Tulipa, tulip, leaf epidermis with stomata w.m., showing large stomata and guard cells for general study
Calla, leaf epidermis with stomata w.m.
Sedum, epidermis with stomata w.m.
Saccharum (blade), epidermis with stomata w.m.
Allium cepa, onion, leaf epidermis with stomata w.m.
Lilium, lily, leaf epidermis with stomata w.m.
Iris, leaf epidermis w.m. showing stomata in rows
Grass, leaf epidermis w.m. or horizontal sec. showing stomata of a gramineous plant
Saxifraga, leaf epidermis w.m. or horizontal sec. showing stomata without accessory cells
Begonia or Sedum, leaf epidermis w.m. showing scattered stomata with many accessory cells
Dianthus, leaf epidermis w.m. showing stomata with two accessory cells
Helleborus niger, leaf epidermis w.m. with stomata
Solanum tuberosum, potato, leaf t.s. showing raised stomata
Ruellia, t.s. of leaf showing raised stomata
Elaeagnus, olive tree, scale-like stellate hairs w.m.
Verbascum, mullein, branched leaf hairs w.m.
Verbascum, leaf with branched hairs t.s.
Urtica, stinging nettle, stinging hairs with poison ducts
Pelargonium, geranium, t.s. of leaf with multicellular glandular hairs
Nicotiana tabacum, tobacco, leaf with glandular hairs t.s.
Galium, w.m. of leaf showing climbing hairs