1. Upper epidermis of polygonal cells with cuticular striations (sv).

2. Lower epidermis showing cells with wavy walls, an anomocytic stoma, cuticular striations, and a uniseriate covering trichome (type 1) (sv).

3. Basal region of a uniseriate covering trichome (type 2) from the upper epidermis.

4. Leaf transverse section: upper epidermis (ue), three rows of palisade cells (pal), mesophyll aer-enchyma (aer) with a sphaerocrystal of inulin (crys), and a covering trichome (ctr; type 1) on the lower epidermis (le).

crys aer
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