Unformatted text preview: because there are no bundle sheaths or fiber caps. Primary stem in Tilia There is a reasonable amount of variation in secondary growth in eudicots. Woody plants have extensive secondary growth. Most herbaceous eudicots have open bundles and exhibit some secondary growth, although most of this secondary growth is for support rather than for conduction. The transition in stem growth pattern from primary to secondary is discussed with secondary growth....
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- Fall '09
- Plants, Eudicots, Plant anatomy, secondary growth, Plant stem