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Figure 2: Piper trichostachyon -(a) transverse section of fruit showing epicarp region; (b) transverse section of fruit showing mesocarp region; (c) transverse section of fruit with seed region; (d) transverse section of the fruit; (e) transverse section of endocarp region; (f ) transverse section showing embryo; (g and h) Stone cells; (i) oil globule; (j) Starch grains and oil globules; (k and l) Xylem vessels; bek: Beaker cells; cpar: Compressed parenchyma cells; cu: Cuticle; emb: Embryo; ep: Epidermis; od: Oil drops; par: Parenchyma cells; per: Perisperm; pig: Pigmented layer; st: Stone cells; sta: Starch grains

Figure 2: <i>Piper trichostachyon</i> -(a) transverse section of fruit showing epicarp region; (b) transverse section of fruit showing mesocarp region; (c) transverse section of fruit with seed region; (d) transverse section of the fruit; (e) transverse section of endocarp region; (f ) transverse section showing embryo; (g and h) Stone cells; (i) oil globule; (j) Starch grains and oil globules; (k and l) Xylem vessels; bek: Beaker cells; cpar: Compressed parenchyma cells; cu: Cuticle; emb: Embryo; ep: Epidermis; od: Oil drops; par: Parenchyma cells; per: Perisperm; pig: Pigmented layer; st: Stone cells; sta: Starch grains