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Figure 3: Powder of Lawsonia inermis leaf; (a) fragment of mesophyll associated with vascular tissue (b) group of fiber (c) epidermal layer with stomata (d) fragment of parenchyma containing rosette crystal (e) parts of single fiber showing thickening wall (f) fragment of parenchyma associated with vessel (g) fragment of parenchymatous cell (h) rosette crystal of calcium oxalate

Figure 3: Powder of <i>Lawsonia inermis</i> leaf; (a) fragment of mesophyll associated with vascular tissue (b) group of fiber (c) epidermal layer with stomata (d) fragment of parenchyma containing rosette crystal (e) parts of single fiber showing thickening wall (f) fragment of parenchyma associated with vessel (g) fragment of parenchymatous cell (h) rosette crystal of calcium oxalate