Axial Parenchyma  - Axial parenchyma are the parenchyma cells that run in an axial direction.  The symplast is the network of connected living cells; they are called parenchyma cells; axial and radial parenchyma can be in wood, the cambial zone, inner phloem, phloem rays, and the phellogen.  Axial parenchyma are cells aligned vertically.  They are held in place by the apoplast.  
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