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Figure 2: Microscopy of ipomoea leari leaf. (a) T.S. leaf -through midrib, (b) T.S. leaf -through lateral vein, (c) T.S. Lamina, (d) T.S. Midrib enlarged, (e) vascular tissues on midrib -enlarged, (f) abaxial epidermis showing, stomata, (g) adaxial epidermis showing basal cell of trichome, (h) veination pattern of leaf through vein islet, (i) vein termination enlarge, (j) epidermal non glandular trichome, (k) basal cell of the trichom, (l) lactifer in the leaf, (m) T.S. distal part of the petiole, (n) T.S. proximal part of the petiole, (o) proximal part of petiole enlarged view, (p) T.S. stem entire view

Figure 2: Microscopy of <i>ipomoea leari</i> leaf. (a) T.S. leaf -through midrib, (b) T.S. leaf -through lateral vein, (c) T.S. Lamina, (d) T.S. Midrib enlarged, (e) vascular tissues on midrib -enlarged, (f) abaxial epidermis showing, stomata, (g) adaxial epidermis showing basal cell of trichome, (h) veination pattern of leaf through vein islet, (i) vein termination enlarge, (j) epidermal non glandular trichome, (k) basal cell of the trichom, (l) lactifer in the leaf, (m) T.S. distal part of the petiole, (n) T.S. proximal part of the petiole, (o) proximal part of petiole enlarged view, (p) T.S. stem entire view