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Figure 4: Anatomical details of Physalis angulata L. Transmission electron microscopy image of collenchyma, cortex (spongy parenchyma), conducting vessels (xylem and phloem), and hollow stems (a). Prismatic crystals in the stem parenchyma (b). Transmission electron microscopy image of root (c). Prismatic crystals (d and e) and crystal sands (f) in root. EP: Epidermis; CT: Cortex; Ph: Phloem; X: Xylem; SP: Spongy parenchyma; PC: Prismatic crystals; CS: Crystal sands, PE: Periderm

Figure 4: Anatomical details of <i>Physalis angulata</i> L. Transmission electron microscopy image of collenchyma, cortex (spongy parenchyma), conducting vessels (xylem and phloem), and hollow stems (a). Prismatic crystals in the stem parenchyma (b). Transmission electron microscopy image of root (c). Prismatic crystals (d and e) and crystal sands (f) in root. EP: Epidermis; CT: Cortex; Ph: Phloem; X: Xylem; SP: Spongy parenchyma; PC: Prismatic crystals; CS: Crystal sands, PE: Periderm