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Vascular Tissue

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What is the function of Vascular tissue connects roots and leaves transport water and dissolved substances throughout plant
What is vascular tissue? system of tubes running throughout the stem
What are the types of vascular tissue Xylem and Phloem
What is the function of xylem? transports water and minerals from the roots to the leaves
What are the characteristics of xylem? vessel elements arranged end to end dead at maturity
What is the function of phloem transports nutrients where they are needed or to roots for storage
what are the components of phloem sieve tubes companion cells
what are the characteristics of sieve tubes arranged end to end with pitted plates at both ends no nuclei or cytoplasm associated with a companion cell
Companion cells carry out life functions for sieve tubes and companion cells
Created by: Jtboner