plant tissue found only in the tips of shoots and roots; responsible for plant growth
group of undifferentiated cells that divide to produce increased length of stems and roots
cell that makes up the dermal tissue, which is the outer covering of a plant.
in plants, a thick, waxy layer on exposed outer surfaces of cells that protects them against water loss and injury.
tiny cellular projection on the surfaces of some leaves that helps protect the leaf and also gives it a fuzzy appearance.
in angiosperms, xylem cell that forms part of a continuous tube through which water can move.
sieve tube element
pholem cell that is joined end to end to similar cells to form a continuous sieve tube.
phloem cell that surrounds sieve tube element
type of ground- tissue cell with a thin cell wall, and large central vacuole.
type of ground tissue cell with a strong, flexible cell wall, helps support larger plants.
type of ground- tissue cell with an extremely thick, rigid cell wall that makes ground tissue though and strong.
primary root found in some plants that grows longer and thicker than other roots.
part of a root system in ehich roots branch to such an extent that no single root grows larger than the rest.
tough structure that protects a root as it forces its way through the soil.
spongy layer of ground tissue just inside the epidermis of a root.
layer of cells that completely encloses vascular tissue.