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  1. as the sclerenchyma. Sclerenchyma are going to be the really durable, wooded kind of portions
  2. In larger, woody plants, you also find sclerenchyma cells,
  3. What's weird about sclerenchyma cells, though,
  4. Lignin provides mechanical strength to the walls of these sclerenchyma cells. Lignin
  5. In the top part of the stem, where the only sclerenchyma cells present are the xylem vessel
  6. another type of sclerenchyma cells - the inter-fascicular fibers is present in addition to xylem cells.
  7. staining is seen in these sclerenchyma cells too. No lignin staining can be detected in
  8. collenchyma, and sclerenchyma. What do they do? Basically they do the jobs of the plant.
  9. of a plant as it start to grow. This is a sclerenchyma fiber that's cut in half. If
  10. we were to look at a fiber we could find this. This is hemp. We pulled the sclerenchyma cells
  11. out to use these fibers to make rope. It's incredibly durable. And so sclerenchyma is
  12. that grows. But we'll also have sclerenchyma cells like the core of an apple, of example
  13. is sclerenchyma. It's protecting the seeds on the inside. Or the grit on the inside or
  14. a pear is sclerenchyma. So that's the ground. Now we go to the vascular. Vascular is going
  15. dermis. They we're going to have so sclerenchyma cells that are are giving it durable support.