5-pltisslout - a. xylem pits (read how the pits work) (i)...

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© copyright 2011 Marta D. de Jesus I. Plant vegetative organs A. on shoot stem leaf B. root II. Plant tissues A. 2 categories 1. meristematic 2. non-meristematic determinant B. non-meristematic tissues 1. epidermis stomata guard cells 2. ground tissue cortex pith parenchyma chlorenchyma mesophyll d. collenchyma e. sclerenchyma lignin 1) sclereids 2) fibers 3. vascular tissues
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Unformatted text preview: a. xylem pits (read how the pits work) (i) tracheids (ii) vessels b phloem 1) sieve-tube member sieve plates 2) companion cell 4. secretory tissues 5. periderm a. cork cells suberin b. phelloderm c. lenticels C. apical meristems 3 sets of primary meristems a. protoderm b. ground meristem c. procambium D. lateral or secondary meristems 1. cork cambium 2. vascular cambium E. intercalary meristems...
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