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Monocot and dicot stems, two t.s. on one slide for comparison of the different structures
Monocot and dicot stems, two l.s. on one slide
Dicot and monocot stem, t.s. of Helianthus and Canna, on same slide
Dicot and monocot stem, t.s. of Ranunculus and Zea, on same slide
Stems of annual and perennial plants, two t.s. on one slide
Sun and shadow stems, two t.s. on one slide
Herbaceous and woody stems, two t.s. on one slide
Aristolochia, t.s. of one year stem with widely separate bundles, two years stem and older stem with anomalous structure.
One year stem with active cambium and older stem with secondary structures, Tilia, two t.s.
Zea mays, typical monocot stem with scattered bundles, t.s., a standard slide for general study
Zea mays, corn, young undifferentiated stem t.s.
Zea mays, stem with leaf sheaths t.s.
Zea mays, stem with vascular bundles l.s.
Zea mays, t.s. and l.s. of monocot stem on one slide
Lilium, lily, t.s. of stem showing assimilating parenchyma
Tulipa, tulip, t.s. of stem
Allium, l.s. of a subterraneous bulb
Allium sativum, stem t.s.
Asparagus, t.s. of stem
Dianthus, pink, t.s. of stem
Triticum wheat, t.s. through the stem of a gramineous plant with pith cavity and the ring-shaped arrangement of vascular bundles
Triticum, l.s. transition node internode
Secale, rye, t.s. of typical grass stem
Holcus lanatus, grass, stem t.s.