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Palisade parenchyma is absent in leaves of
A. Sorghum
B. mustard
C. soyabean
D. gram

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Sorghum (family - Poaceae) is a monocot plant. The leaves of monocot do not contain palisade parenchyma because the mesoohyll of monocot leaf is not differentiated into palisade and spongy parenchyma , all being thin walled , chlorophyllous and irregularly compactly arranged with fewer intercellular spaces.
Palisade cells occur in dicotyiedonous plants and also in the net - veined monocots , the Araceae and Dioscoreaceae.

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