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lettuce cells under microscope

lettuce cells under microscope

- Romaine Lettuce has more vitamin K than Asparagus. Lettuce is an excellent source of vitamin K. 100g or Romain Lettuce contains 109% vitamin K. Same amount of asparagus contains 105% vitamin K. Vitamin K plays a critical role in blood clotting process. - More than 24 million tons of lettuce is produced worldwide annually. - China is the top lettuce producing country in the world. China produces about 12 million tons of lettuce each year. United states comes second with about 4 million tons of lettuce annually. - Lettuce was cultivated in Egypt. It is believed that lettuce was first cultivated in ancient Egypt. Lettuce has different variety but the most consumed and famous ones are Leaf lettuce and Romaine Lettuce. A closer look at the lettuce leaf you’ll see the vessels that carries the water throughout the leaf.

A crosscut of lettuce shows the vessels more clear.

A closer look at the cells of lettuce under microscope.

And a 3D look at lettuce cells.

Closer look at the cells

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