Caption: Green bean inner bean pod parenchyma cells after steaming (Phaseolus vulgaris; Blue Lake variety). Large intercellular spaces in the outer parenchyma and thick-walled hypodermis contribute to cell separation and sloughing when beans are steamed.
Magnification*: x105
Type: SEM
Copyright 2010 Dennis Kunkel Microscopy, Inc.
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