304 primary tissues stems (1)

304 primary tissues stems (1) - Plant tissues groups of...

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Unformatted text preview: Plant tissues groups of cells similar in structure or function tissue systems based on function: dermal: outermost, protective vascular: conduct water and food ground: filler tissues that also function in storage primary tissues develop from apical meristems and develop into the primary plant body (roots, stems and leaves) secondary tissues develop later within primary growth and permit thickening of the root and stem simple tissues: only one cell type parenchyma, collenchyma, sclerenchyma name of tissue is same as cell type complex tissues: two or more cell types epidermis, cortex, pith, xylem, phloem complex tissue names are used preferentially since they convey more information Simple tissues parenchyma composed on parenchyma cells thin primary wall actively dividing areas and storage areas parenchyma cells look like meristematic (juvenile) cells permit continued differentiation in the future wound healing secondary growth...
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