Test 1 Review - Chapter 36 1 Which cells lack living protoplasts at maturity Sclerenchyma 2 The food-conducting cells in an oak tree are called

Test 1 Review - Chapter 36 1 Which cells lack living...

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Chapter 36 1.Which cells lack living protoplasts at maturity? 2.The food-conducting cells in an oak tree are called 3.Root hairs form in the zone of 4.Roots differ from stems because roots lack 5.True statements about meristem cells One daughter cell of a dividing meristem cell remains meristematic and the other differentiates 6.Unlike eudicot stems, monocot stems lack 7.The function of guard cells is to 8.Palisade and spongy parenchyma are typically found in the mesophyll of 9.In vascular plants, one difference between root and shoot systems is that
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