Fig. 7.2-3. Longitudinal section of vascular bundle in a club moss (Lycopodium). The vessel elements with annular secondary walls in corn (Figs. 7.2-1 and 2) are larger than those in most species. This club moss also produces annularly thickened xylem cells in this case tracheids that are narrow: this is a very high magnification micrograph. Despite the magnification, the cells are so narrow that almost no detail is discernable. This size is a somewhat more common than that in corn.