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Figure 2: Microscopic feature of raw Chitraka powder. (a) Raw Chitraka powder. (b) Group of starch grains. (c) Fibers with brown content. (d) Compound starch grains. (e) Cork in surface view. (f) Pitted vessels. (g) Oil globules. (h) Prismatic crystals. (i) Simple starch grains. (j) Silica deposition. (k) Tannin content. (l) Lignified parenchymal cells. (m) Lignified pitted vessels. (n) Lignified fibers. (o) Group of stone cells

Figure 2: Microscopic feature of raw <i>Chitraka</i> powder. (a) Raw <i>Chitraka</i> powder. (b) Group of starch grains. (c) Fibers with brown content. (d) Compound starch grains. (e) Cork in surface view. (f) Pitted vessels. (g) Oil globules. (h) Prismatic crystals. (i) Simple starch grains. (j) Silica deposition. (k) Tannin content. (l) Lignified parenchymal cells. (m) Lignified pitted vessels. (n) Lignified fibers. (o) Group of stone cells