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In vascular plants, phloem is the living tissue that carries organic nutrients, particularly sucrose, a sugar, to all parts of the plant where needed. In trees, the phloem is the innermost layer of the bark, hence the name,...
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phloem ( ) n. The food-conducting tissue of vascular plants, consisting of sieve tubes, fibers, ... elements differ from phloem parenchyma cells in the ...
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In trees, the phloem and other tissues make up the bark, hence its name, derived ... The movement in phloem is variable, whereas in xylem cells movement is ...
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Loading and transport in phloem. ... If the phloem is removed from a deciduous tree in summer ('ring-barking' ... Phloem transports photosynthate from sink to ...
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Phloem elements do typically have sieve plates instead of final walls. ... The main conducting elements of the phloem are the sieve elements, of which ...
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In vascular plants, phloem is the living tissue that carries organic nutrients, ... In trees, the phloem is the innermost layer of the bark, hence the name, derived ...
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Phloem is responsible for the translocation of Carbohydrates and some other metabolites. It is important to remember however, that Phloem Sap is mostly Water. ...
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Information about phloem in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. phloem tissue ... Phloem consists of several different kinds of cells: sieve ...
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Phloem, in higher plants, vascular tissue that conducts sugars and other synthesized food materials from the regions of manufacture in the plant to...
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The principal cells of phloem, the sieve elements, are so... phloem ... Phloem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ...
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Girdling removes the phloem but not the xylem. ... pressure of the contents of the phloem decreases. ... Transport of Messenger RNA (mRNA) through the Phloem ...
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the phloem fibres give the plant mechanical strength, the phloem parenchyma stores compounds such as starch. A line drawing of the different phloem cells. ...
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... Guide: What Is Phloem? ... Along with xylem, phloem makes up the transport system ... Phloem is used to transport dissolved substances, sap, around ...
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The phloem is mainly concerned with the transport of soluble organic material ... xylem is one of the two types of transport tissue, phloem being the other. ...
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In vascular plants, phloem is the living tissue made up of small tubes which ... Retrieved from "http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phloem" ...
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Phloem, like xylem, is a complex conducting tissue of vascular plants. ... Phloem almost always accompanies xylem, and their elements run parallel to each ...
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Encyclopedia article about phloem. Information about phloem in the Columbia ... Phloem is composed of several types of specialized cells, including sieve-tube ...
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Modeling xylem and phloem water flows in trees according to cohesion theory and ... Phloem transport, solute flux and the kinetics of sap exudation in Ricinus ...
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