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can someone tell me what is the structure of a leaf, root & stem cell??

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    Leaf: the external structure includes midrib, blade, stalk, stipule internal structures include: Cortex, phloem,metaxylem, protxylem, cuticle, upper epidermis, lower epidermis, guard cells,stoma, bundle sheath, Root: External structures include:Symplastic, root hairs, Internal structures incllude the following: phloem, xylem, pericycle, Endodermis, Stem: External parts include: node, internode Internal Parts: cortex collenchyma, Cortex Parynchema, phloem fibers, Functional phloem, Vascular cambium, Xylem, pith well, if I give you the functions it will be too long...But anyways if you need more help in Botany, just tell me. hope I helped you ^_^

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