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Figure 3: Powder microscopy. (a) Aerial root powder. (b) Border pitted vessels. (b) Border pitted. (d) Stone cell with lumen. (e) Simple starch grain. (f) Compound starch grains. (g) Prismatic crystal. (h) Fiber with tannin content. (i) Stone cell filled with tannin. (j) Tannin content. (k) Rhomboidal crystal. (l) Septate fibers. (m) Pitted scleroids. (n) Pitted stone cells. (o) Parenchyma with tannin content. (p) Lignified fibers through medullary rays. (q) Cork in surface view. (r) Stone cells with tannin

Figure 3: Powder microscopy. (a) Aerial root powder. (b) Border pitted vessels. (b) Border pitted. (d) Stone cell with lumen. (e) Simple starch grain. (f) Compound starch grains. (g) Prismatic crystal. (h) Fiber with tannin content. (i) Stone cell filled with tannin. (j) Tannin content. (k) Rhomboidal crystal. (l) Septate fibers. (m) Pitted scleroids. (n) Pitted stone cells. (o) Parenchyma with tannin content. (p) Lignified fibers through medullary rays. (q) Cork in surface view. (r) Stone cells with tannin