Emergence (botany)

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In botany, emergences are multicellular outgrowths on organs , in the formation of which tissue below the epidermis is also involved. They are generally multicellular and can significantly exceed trichomes in size . They are extremely diverse, the shapes range from the formation of spines to inwardly growing emergences, which, for example, form the pulp of citrus fruits as juice sacs .

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