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Mars meteorite contains numerous plant cells

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Old 11-07-2009, 10:17 AM
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Default Mars meteorite contains numerous plant cells



Mars meteorite contains numerous plant cells

Figure 1 below is labelled for a fossilized plantís sieve tubes found
in a meteorite originating from Mars. The figure is imaged by Mr. Tom
Phillips, an expert in micrographs of Martain meteorites. Sieve tubes
are usually found in the phloem in the vascular bundle of a plantís
stem/roots.
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Figures of Earthly sieve tubes:
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