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Fig. 2

From: Frond architecture of the rootless duckweed Wolffia globosa

Fig. 2

Scanning electron micrographs of W. globosa fronds. A, A single frond composed of mother frond (MF) and daughter frond (DF). B, The frond was divided into dorsal (DO), ventral (VE) and lateral (LA) parts. CD, Stomata (S) and epidermal cells on the dorsal part. E-G, The daughter frond produced from reproductive pocket (RP) and connected with the mother frond by the stalk structure (ST). HI, The detachment (DE) of the ST and its magnification. Bars = 50 μm

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