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  • Melissa Powell

    Cross section of the stem of a soybean seedling. Who knew they were so beautiful?

  • Spectrum: A Learning Marketplace

    cross section of the stem of a soybean seedling shows the early stages in a developmental process stained with two fluorescent dyes. #Spectrumlearn #Smart with #Art #science

  • Fernanda Labarca Küpfer

    Beyond the Human Eye: sunflower

  • kay high

    This reminds me of Zentangle art but is a cross section of the stem of a soybean seedling from a wonderful place -- http://beyondthehumaneye.blogspot.com/

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Tree, New Haven, CT✞When through the woods, and forest glades I wander, And hear the birds sing sweetly in the trees. When I look down, from lofty mountain grandeur And see the brook, and feel the gentle breeze.✞

Cross section of a plant stem. Each of these “tubes” is used to transport water and other substances necessary for survival throughout the plant.

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Cross sections of stems of two sycamore Acer pseudoplatanus seedlings, just a couple of weeks after germinating from a seed in spring, and already they have begun to produce woody thickening in some of their cells, visible here as the bright yellow fluorescent staining inside the stem (on the periphery of the large pith cells in its core). ~ blog by Phil Gates

'Anatomia Vegetal' by Frederik Elfving (1929) and published by FE Wachsmuth (Leipzig) which is online at La Biblioteca Virtual de Patrimonio Bibliográfico