[sahy-fon-uh-steel, sahy-fuh-nuh-steel] /saɪˈfɒn əˌstil, ˈsaɪ fə nəˌstil/
noun, Botany.
a hollow tube of vascular tissue enclosing a pith and embedded in ground tissue.
(botany) the cylinder of conducting tissue surrounding a central core of pith in certain stems See also stele (sense 3)


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