Biolog 29 - Chapter 29: Plant Tissues I. Components of...

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Chapter 29: Plant Tissues I. Components of Plant Body A. Shoots are the aboveground part of plants B. Roots are the structures that grow downward C. Ground tissue system serves for photosynthesis and food storage D. Vascular tissue system moves water and solutes down plant E. Dermal tissue system covers and protects surfaces F. Primary growth is the apical lengthening growth G. Secondary growth is the lateral thickening growth II. Plant Tissues A. Parenchyma makes up the primary growth cells and are alive at maturity B. Collenchyma makes stretchable tissue and is alive at maturity C. Sclerenchyma are dead of maturity and are made of fibers and sclereids D. Xylem contain two cell types (vessel members and tracheids) E. Phloem contains sieve-tube and companion cells III. Primary Structures of Shoots A. Terminal buds are main zone for primary growth B. Lateral buds are the dormant shoots of meristematic tissues C. Vascular bundles are multistranded bundles of cells of primary xylem and phloem
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Biolog 29 - Chapter 29: Plant Tissues I. Components of...

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