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Stems act as a framework for _____ for leaves, flowers and seeds
stems help in carrying ______ and ____ from the soil and ____ from the leaves water and minerals from the soil and sugars from the leaves
Stems store ____ stems store food for the plant
______ is the tissue at the top of the stem that undergoes cellular division and give rise to stem elongation Apical meristem
What is the outer waxy coated layer that offer protection to the stem called Epidermis
_______ is a primary tissue found in the stem that is internally bound by the phloem and externally bound by the epidermis cortex
vascular bundles are made up of ______, _____ and _____ Xylem tissue, cambium tissue, and phloem tissue
what is the function of the xylem tissue? Xylem transport water and minerals from the roots to other parts of the plant. It also provide support.
Xylem is known as the _____ part of the plant woody part
what is the function of the cambium tissue? cambium tissue are a layer of meristematic tissues that divide to form phloem in the outside part of the stem and xylem in the inside part of the stem
what is the function of phloem tissue? Phloem transports sugars through out the plant
How do monocot and dicot stem differ? They differ in the arrangement of their vascular system, in monocots the xylem and phloem are paired in bundles
_____ is the growth point on stems a bud
_____ is a bud that grows from the leaf axils on the side of stem lateral bud
what is a naked bud? It is a bud without a protective bud scale
______ are pores that allow gas exchange on the stem lenticels
The mark that is left on the stem where a leaf was attached is called? leaf scar
The mark that is left behind from where the vascular tissue was attached is called? Bundle scar
The mark left behind from where a terminal bud was is called? terminal bud scale scar or annual growth ring
what is part of the stem between two nodes called? internode
what is a node? it is a part of the stem where leaves and lateral buds are attached
Do roots have nodes? No, roots do not have nodes
What is the function of the bark? It protects the inner tissue of the stem

Stems act as a framework for _____

stems help in carrying ______ and ____ from the soil and ____ from the leaves

Stems store ____

______ is the tissue at the top of the stem that undergoes cellular division and give rise to stem elongation

What is the outer waxy coated layer that offer protection to the stem called

_______ is a primary tissue found in the stem that is internally bound by the phloem and externally bound by the epidermis

vascular bundles are made up of ______, _____ and _____

what is the function of the xylem tissue?

Xylem is known as the _____ part of the plant

what is the function of the cambium tissue?

what is the function of phloem tissue?

How do monocot and dicot stem differ?

_____ is the growth point on stems

_____ is a bud that grows from the leaf axils on the side of stem

what is a naked bud?

______ are pores that allow gas exchange on the stem

The mark that is left on the stem where a leaf was attached is called?

The mark that is left behind from where the vascular tissue was attached is called?

The mark left behind from where a terminal bud was is called?

what is part of the stem between two nodes called?

what is a node?

Do roots have nodes?

What is the function of the bark?

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