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Fig. 2 | Rice

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From: Rice Brittle Culm19 Encoding Cellulose Synthase Subunit CESA4 Causes Dominant Brittle Phenotype But has No Distinct Influence on Growth and Grain Yield

Fig. 2

Environmental scanning electron microscope images (a-d) and transmission electron microscope images (ef) of Bc19 mutant and wild-type plant. a and b Transverse section of the wild-type and Bc19 mutant leaf vein, respectively. c and d Transverse section of the wild-type and Bc19 mutant culm, respectively. e and f Sclerenchyma cells of the wild type and Bc19 mutant, respectively. g and h Single cell in sclerenchyma tissues of the wild type and Bc19 mutant, respectively. sc, sclerenchyma tissues; pc, parenchymatous tissues; pcw, primary cell wall; scw, secondary cell wall. Scale bar equals 40 μm in ad and 10 μm in eh

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