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Figure 5: Histological characters of fruit of Pedalium murex Linn. (1) Glandular trichomes and striated epidermal cells with cicatrix, (2) Epicarp in surface view shows striated cuticle and anomocytic stomata, (3) Parenchyma of mesocarp shows vascular strands with pitted and spiral thickening, (4) Sclereids with various sizes and thickening of mesocarp, (5) Epidermal cells of calyx containing colouring matter, (6) Inner layer of testa, (7) Sclereids of testa

Figure 5: Histological characters of fruit of <i>Pedalium murex</i> Linn. (1) Glandular trichomes and striated epidermal cells with cicatrix, (2) Epicarp in surface view shows striated cuticle and anomocytic stomata, (3) Parenchyma of mesocarp shows vascular strands with pitted and spiral thickening, (4) Sclereids with various sizes and thickening of mesocarp, (5) Epidermal cells of calyx containing colouring matter, (6) Inner layer of testa, (7) Sclereids of testa