1) Meristematic tissue - an area of active plant growth 2) Apical meristem - at the tip of a plant shoot or root that produces auxin and causes the shoot or root to increase in length. 3) Cork cambium - tissue in the stem of a plant that gives rise to cork on its outer surface and a layer of cells containing chlorophyll on its inner surface. 4) Vascular cambium - a plant tissue located between the xylem and the phloem in the stems and roots of vascular plants 5) Pericycle - a thin layer of plant tissue between the endodermis and the phloem. 6) Parenchyma - the functional tissue of an organ as distinguished from the connective and supporting tissue. 7) Sclerenchyma - strengthening tissue in a plant, formed from cells with thickened, typically lignified, walls 8) Vessel element - is one of the cell types found in xylem, the water conducting tissue of plants 9) Sieve tube element - a sieve element of a type present in angiosperms, a series of which are joined end to end to form sieve tubes, with sieve plates between the elements.
- Fall '19
- phloem, Vascular plant, Plant stem