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General Botany

chapter 6,7,8

Retardation of water loss by cork cells is provided by Suberin and waxes
Which of the following statements pertaining to monocots is true they have no vascular cambium
which of the following function primarily in the lateral conduction of food in a stem rays
the tyloses that prevent conduction of any kind in wood are most frequently found in xylem cells
in woody dicots which of the following may eventually be crushed as growth occurs cortex
which of the following would NOT be part of a stele cortex
siphonosteles occur in most ferns
discrete patches of xylem and phloem found in herbaceous dicots stems are called vascular bundles
a discrete region of xylem and phloem in a dicot stem is called a
Created by: charlet11