Fig. 9.—Sclerenchyma fibres from Prunus Avium as they appeared in situ in a longitudinal section.
Fig. 9.—Some of the sclerenchyma fibres as they appeared in situ in a longitudinal tangential section of the bark of Prunus Avium. Magnification, about 230 diameters. The more regular, slender and elongated fibres usually occur in masses.