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In vascular plants, xylem is one of the two types of transport tissue, phloem being the other. The word "xylem" is derived from classical Greek ξυλον (xylon), "wood", and indeed the best known xylem tissue is wood, though it...
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xylem n. The supporting and water-conducting tissue of vascular plants, ... in secondary xylem, laid down by a meristem called the vascular cambium in woody ...
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secondary xylem ( ′sekən′derē ′zīləm ) ( botany ) Xylem produced by cambium, composed of two interpenetrating systems, the horizontal (ray) and
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Lab 8 -- Secondary xylem ... The first image below shows three growth rings of secondary xylem. ... Here's a closer view of the tracheids in pine secondary xylem. ...
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Secondary Growth. Pine stem cross-section showing xylem and phloem ... Drimys secondary xylem ray in transverse section of a stem ...
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in secondary xylem, laid down by a meristem called the vascular cambium. ... Secondary xylem ... All species have secondary xylem, which is relatively uniform ...
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In vascular plants, xylem is one of the two types of transport tissue, phloem being the other. ... in secondary xylem, laid down by a meristem called the ...
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Encyclopedia article about Secondary xylem. Information about Secondary xylem in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary.
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in secondary xylem, laid down by a meristem called the vascular cambium ... Secondary xylem is also found in members of the "gymnosperm" groups Gnetophyta ...
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... is made up of cellulose where as the secondary wall is made up of lignin. ... As a result, the xylem vessels exhibit different types of secondary thickenings. ...
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in secondary xylem, laid down by a meristem called the vascular cambium ... Secondary xylem is also found in members of the "gymnosperm" groups Gnetophyta ...
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a. Wood = secondary xylem ... a. Secondary xylem and phloem are produced through periclinal divisions of the ... 1. The bulk of a tree is secondary xylem (wood) ...
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Bi 371 Lecture Guide - 8: Secondary Xylem Fall 2007. Basic Structure ... Conifer secondary xylem, like that of dicots, is divided into a transverse or " ...
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Early Secondary Xylem. Curtis, Lersten, and Nowak. 2002 ...
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Britannica online encyclopedia article on secondary xylem (plant tissue), ...give rise to primary xylem. As the growing part of the plant builds past the xylem thus ...
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Xylem, woody tissue, found in higher plants, that conducts water and inorganic ... Some plants have little or no secondary xylem, in contrast to woody plants in ...
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