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Fig. 6

From: Overexpression of OsAGO1b Induces Adaxially Rolled Leaves by Affecting Leaf Abaxial Sclerenchymatous Cell Development in Rice

Fig. 6

Anatomical observation of wild-type and OE-AGO1b leaves. a-c Freehand cross-sections of 30-day-old seedling leaves (the fourth leaf of the seedling) of wild type ZH11 (a), OE-AGO1b line 25 (b) and line 365 (c). Red arrows indicate defective sclerenchymatous cells of the OE-AGO1b leaf. Scale bars = 250 μm. d-f Semi-thin cross-sections of 30-day-old seedling leaves (the fourth leaf of the seedling) of ZH11 (d), OE-AGO1b line 25 (e) and line 365 (f). Black arrows and red arrow indicate defective and normal sclerenchymatous cells of the OE-AGO1b leaves respectively. Scale bars = 100 μm. g-i Secondary cell wall autofluorescence of leaves from 30-day-old wild-type (g) and OE-AGO1b seedlings of line 25 (h) and line 365 (i). Red arrows indicate defective sclerenchymatous cells with weak autofluorescence on the abaxial side of the OE-AGO1b leaf. Scale bars = 50 μm

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