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By Betty P. Jackson

This reference paintings offers by way of unique drawings and concise textual content the most important to making a choice on below the microscope, from airborne dirt and dust, scraps, dry fragments and related fabric, crops which are well-known as medications or as flavourings or additions to meals. in line with their very profitable, yet long-out-of-print instruction manual, "Powdered Vegetable Drugs", (Churchill 1968), which this new atlas now supersedes, Drs Jackson and Snowden disguise over one hundred thirty universal crops, and some more odd ones. The specific drawings and the tabular textual content put on dealing with pages for ease of reference were designed to assist quickly, certain and confident id of crops from dry subject within the laboratory. The authors' adventure and the luck of this technique has made their identity equipment a typical in pharmaceutical, forensic and foodstuff technology laboratories world-wide.

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Part of a group of sclereids. 32 ATLAS OF MICROSCOPY CANELLA Canella alba Murray Canellaceae Canella Bark, Wild Cinnamon Bark A bright yellowish-fawn powder with an aromatic odour reminiscent of eucalyptus and a pungent, slightly bitter taste. The diagnostic characters are: (a) The starch granules, mainly simple and rather small, spherical to slightly polyhedral; compound granules also occur with two, three, four or more components; a small point or cleft hilum is sometimes visible. (b) The abundant sclereids of the phelloderm, which occur singly or in small groups; they are large and heavily thickened on the inner and radial walls; the thickened walls are pitted and show marked striations.

4 Oil cells with adherent parenchyma. 5 Cork in surface view. 6 Calcium oxalate cluster crystals. 7 Part of the phloem in tangential longitudinal section showing parts of medullary rays with 8 9 10 some of the cells containing cluster crystals of calcium oxalate, and adjacent sieve tubes with beading on the oblique end walls. c). Part of the phloem in radial longitudinal section showing the medullary ray cells, some containing cluster crystals of calcium oxalate, and the underlying sieve tubes with scalariformly arranged sieve plates.

F) The testa composed of a single layer of brown, thin-walled cells, usually seen in sectional view attached to fragments of the pericarp and endosperm. (g) The endosperm composed of thick-walled cells containing aleurone grains and microrosette crystals of calcium oxalate. (h) The fragments of lignified fibro-vascular tissue consisting of small, thin-walled fibres and vessels with spiral and annular thickening. Celery Fruit X330 1 Sclereids of the mesocarp. 2 Endocarp in surface view. 3 Epicarp in surface view showing stomata and striated cuticle.

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