Silicified Cells in Grasses: A Major Source of Plant Opal in Illinois Soils
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Describes the location, size, and shape of silicified cells in the tissues of the cereals, weedy grasses, and native grasses of Illinois and compares the silicified cells with the plant opal found in Illinois soils
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