ADDITIONAL PROCESSING METHOD OF THE VEGETABLE SAMPLES WITH HIGH-LIGNIFIED CONTENT

Mirela Emilia CADAR

Abstract


The usual classical processing methods of samples from vegetable tissues with high-lignified content (sclerenchyma) do not permit to obtain thin sections necessary for the microscopic study. H.S. Williamson published in 1921 a work paper [cited by 4], in which was mentioned simultaneous inclusion and softening with cellulose acetate of the vegetable lignified organs. Only in 2000 this information was cited again in “Methods in Plants Histology” [4].

Keywords


vegetable samples; high lignified content; histological processing

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/buasvmcn-asb:65:1-2:3083


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