. The anatomy of woody plants. Botany -- Anatomy. 176 THE ANATOMY OF WOODY PLANTS a slight degree that it does not constitute an important feature of organization. With the strong development of longitudinal storage cells, as has been explained in an earlier chapter, owing to the septation of elements originally destined to become tracheids, a co-ordination between these and the earlier evolved radial parenchyma provides possibilities in connection with storage quite adequate to accommodate the output of the more efficient and hygrophilous leaf of modern floras. The aggregate ray is evi- dentl
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