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Re: Three layers in Hostas?



----- Original Message -----
From: <halinar@open.org>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2001 1:06 AM
Subject: Re: Three layers in Hostas?
OK Guys
Help me out here
We have an upper epidermal and lower epidermal surface, and the cell
structures in between that transmit water and nutrients Etc.  Hope I have
that right.  Are you discussing that structure system
Thanks
Ran
*****************



> Actually, Vaughn's statement is vague.  If he is saying that the L2
> layer in hostas is the "central" layer, that would imply to me that it
> is the core, or what would be the L3 of a three layered plant.  Sounds
> like he is saying it is two layered.
>
> Actually, Ben with all the equipment available to him could easily
> make some paraffin embedded sections of hosta apex tips and easily
> tell us the answer.  Ben, is this possible for you do?
>
> Joe Halinar
>
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