1. Root transverse section: cork, cortex, secondary phloem, cambium, and secondary xylem with alternating lines of conducting tissue and regions of parenchyma.

2. Root transverse section: radial lines of vessels and tracheids, medullary rays, and small central pith.

3. Brown quadratic cells from the root cork (ts).

4. A bundle of sieve cells tapers toward the exterior of the root (ts).

5. Small group of sclereids in the root, surrounded by parenchyma containing small prisms (ts).

6. Root secondary xylem showing pitted vessels and tracheids surrounded by medullary ray parenchyma (Is).

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