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Figure 1: Transverse section of Psidium guajava leaves showing (a) sickle-shaped xylems, (b) collenchyma, (c) xylem fibers, (d) trichomes (e) phloem cells, whereas in powder microscopy (f) unicellular trichome, (g) stomata with wavy epidermal cells, (h) xylem vessels and (i) calcium oxalate crystals, and (j) cork cell

Figure 1: Transverse section of <i>Psidium guajava</i> leaves showing (a) sickle-shaped xylems, (b) collenchyma, (c) xylem fibers, (d) trichomes (e) phloem cells, whereas in powder microscopy (f) unicellular trichome, (g) stomata with wavy epidermal cells, (h) xylem vessels and (i) calcium oxalate crystals, and (j) cork cell