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Figure 2: Transmission electron microscopy images of the epidermis of Physalis angulata L. Stomata in leaf (a). Tectorial trichomes in petiole (b). Trichomes aggregated on the mid-veins of petioles (c) and in stems (d). Detail of tectorial and capitate glandular trichomes (e); Distribution of trichomes on sepal (f), petal (g), and ovary (h). Detail of tectorial (i) and glandular (j) trichomes in leaf blade. STO: Stomata; TT: Tectorial trichome; GT: Glandular trichome

Figure 2: Transmission electron microscopy images of the epidermis of <i>Physalis angulata</i> L. Stomata in leaf (a). Tectorial trichomes in petiole (b). Trichomes aggregated on the mid-veins of petioles (c) and in stems (d). Detail of tectorial and capitate glandular trichomes (e); Distribution of trichomes on sepal (f), petal (g), and ovary (h). Detail of tectorial (i) and glandular (j) trichomes in leaf blade. STO: Stomata; TT: Tectorial trichome; GT: Glandular trichome