Mrs. Dana, in "Plants and her children," uses the term "sweet stuff" for nectar, "watery-broth" for the cell-sap of plants.
They are found in the cytoplasma, or in the cell-sap, and can be fixed in picric acid and stained in methylene blue.
Maltose rarely occurs as such in plants, although its presence in the cell-sap of leaves has sometimes been reported.
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The liquid contained within a vacuole of a plant cell. See more at vacuole.