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Figure 1: Macroscopy and microscopy of Byttneria herbacea root. (a) Measurement of fresh root cut pieces along with fractured surface. (b) Diagrammatic section of root. (c) Typical pattern of medullary rays. (d) Cork and peripheral tissues. (e) Detailed T.S. of central stellar region of root shows medullary rays and xylem and xylem parenchyma. (f) Detailed stained T.S. of root shows xylem and xylem parenchyma. (g) Detailed stained T.S. of root shows Tannin content. (h) Simple and compound starch grains

Figure 1: Macroscopy and microscopy of <i>Byttneria herbacea</i> root. (a) Measurement of fresh root cut pieces along with fractured surface. (b) Diagrammatic section of root. (c) Typical pattern of medullary rays. (d) Cork and peripheral tissues. (e) Detailed T.S. of central stellar region of root shows medullary rays and xylem and xylem parenchyma. (f) Detailed stained T.S. of root shows xylem and xylem parenchyma. (g) Detailed stained T.S. of root shows Tannin content. (h) Simple and compound starch grains