Non suberized cells found in cork are termed as

Options :
  1. Phelloids
  2. Tylosoids
  3. Thylosoids
  4. Tyloses
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 1

Explanation:

The phellogen differentiates phellem on its outer face. Its cells appear to be arranged in radial rows in a cross section. Due to suberization, the cells of phellem are dead. Rarely the cork cells get lignified. Sometimes non suberized cells also occur in the cork. They are termed as phelloids.

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