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Figure 4: (A) Stem of Mahonia nepalensis DC. for TS and LS. (B) Transverse section of stem Seen in Stereoscope (X10). (C) Longitudinal section showing Parenchymal cells. (D) Parenchymal cells. (E) Transverse section showing Medullary rays (X40). (F) Detailed structure of Xylem and Phloem at X40. (G) Medullary Rays, Xylem and Pericyclic fibers at X10. (H) Cork, Medullary rays at X10. (I) Phloem and Medullary rays at X40

Figure 4: (A) Stem of <i>Mahonia nepalensis</i> DC. for TS and LS. (B) Transverse section of stem Seen in Stereoscope (X10). (C) Longitudinal section showing Parenchymal cells. (D) Parenchymal cells. (E) Transverse section showing Medullary rays (X40). (F) Detailed structure of Xylem and Phloem at X40. (G) Medullary Rays, Xylem and Pericyclic fibers at X10. (H) Cork, Medullary rays at X10. (I) Phloem and Medullary rays at X40