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Answer / esha roy
lysigenous cavity is the cavity formed by the destruction
or dissolution of cells.
schizogenous cavity is the cavity formed by the moving of
all cells to the peeripheral regions and thereby forming
acavity or lumen in the centre,i.e here cavity is formed by
tthe displacement of the cells.
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Answer / binay oli
Schizogenous cavity : formed by the separation of single cell . eg: resin duct of pinus, mucilage duct of cycas.
Lysigenous cavity : formed by disintegration of several cells. eg ;oil cavity of citrus , eucalyptus
Schizolysigenous cavity: formed by both above processes , eg ;water cavity or lacunae of maize.
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Answer / zaga kane
lysigenous cavity is a schizogenously formed cavity whose epithelium lining have been destroyed.
schizogenous cavity on the other hand, has its epithelium lining intact.
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Answer / bhagya
Parenchyma is shizogenous in origin
Air chambers are lysigenous in origin
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Answer / anup ruj
Lysigenous eg- eucalyptus ,citrus,gossypium.
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