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In plant anatomy, sieve vascular tissue tube elements, also called sieve tube members, are a type of elongated parenchyma cells in phloem tissue. At the ends these cells are connected with other sieve elements, and together they constitute the sieve tube. The main function of the sieve tube is transport of carbohydrates in the plant . Unlike vessel elements,...
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1.1 Sieve tubes. 1.2 Companion cells. 2 Function. 2.1 Girdling. 3 Origin. 4 See also. 5 References ... The survival of sieve- tube members depends on a close ...
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Sieve tube element 'Sieve plate' redirects here. For other uses, see Madreporite. ... differences between xylem vessel element and phloem sieve tube element? ...
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sieve tube tube formed by cells joined end-to-end through which nutrients flow in flowering plants and brown ... What is the function of a sieve tube member? ...
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Plant: sieve-tube members ... The principal cells of phloem, the sieve elements, are so... Tube Worm ... Sieve tube element - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ...
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A sieve-tube consists of elongated, thin-walled, living cells arranged in a ... Sieve-tubes are remarkable in that their cells lack nuclei when mature. ...
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Information about Sieve tubes in the free online English ... sieve tube - tube formed by cells joined end-to-end through which nutrients flow ...
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Information about sieve tube in the free online English dictionary and ... sieve tube - tube formed by cells joined end-to-end through which nutrients flow ...
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sieve tubes. Guest. Friday, August 7, 2009. Knowledge Repository > MSUE Root KR ... plant anatomy > plant tissues > vascular tissues > phloem > sieve tubes ...
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... a complex tissue composed of sieve tubes, companion cells, phloem fibres and phloem parenchyma ... sieve tubes transport organic compounds, ...
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Britannica online encyclopedia article on sieve tube (plant structure), in flowering plants, elongated living cells (sieve-tube elements) of the phloem, the nuclei ...
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About 4 or 5 years after planting, the older food-conducting sieve tubes near the bud union die. ... years later, younger sieve tubes also die, severely ...
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... first formed are called thinwalled sieve tubes because of their thin wall ... These thin-walled sieve tubes are thus probably the most functional in terms of ...
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... drives the contents of the phloem up or down the sieve tubes from source to sink. ... sink, the concentration of free sugar is lower than in the sieve tube. ...
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Each sieve tube element in angiosperms is accompanied by one or more usually ... an important part in loading sieve tubes with photosynthates in source area and ...
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Sieve tubes in the phloem of angiosperms are flanked by one or several plasma ... Active sieve tubes contain huge amounts of so-called P-proteins (phloem - proteins) ...
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... as the closely associated sieve-tube element immediately adjacent ... sieve plate. area of the wall of a sieve tube element that contains several to many ...
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