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Kranz anatomy is one of the characteristics of the leaves of 

  • potato

  • wheat

  • sugarcane

  • mustard

Answer

C.

sugarcane

Sugarcane is a C4-plan. C4-plants are characterised by the presence of Kranz-type of anatomy. In this, the leaf mesophyll is undifferentiated and its cells (having a normal type of granola chloroplasts) occur in concentric layers around vascular bundles, later is surrounded by large-sized bundle sheath cells (having large -sized agranal chloroplasts) which are arranged in a wreath like manner.

Sugarcane is a C4-plan. C4-plants are characterised by the presence of Kranz-type of anatomy. In this, the leaf mesophyll is undifferentiated and its cells (having a normal type of granola chloroplasts) occur in concentric layers around vascular bundles, later is surrounded by large-sized bundle sheath cells (having large -sized agranal chloroplasts) which are arranged in a wreath like manner.