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What are lysogenous cavity?

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This type of intercellular space arises through dissolution of entire cells, which are therefore called lysigenous intercellular spaces (lysis, loosening, Greek). These cavities of intercellular spaces store up water, gases and essential oils in them. The examples are commonly found in water plants and many monocotyledonous plants. The secretory cavities in Eucalyptus, Citrus and Gossypium are good examples.

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