Sub-phase of interphase that involves duplication of chromatin:
vascular tissue that includes sieve tube elements, companion cells, parenchyma and fibers.
meristems are present in grasses and occur at the base of leaf blades and leaf sheaths
specialized epidermal cells that regulate the opening and closing of stomates.
Vascular tissue can be readily seen throughout the leaf, by the human eye, in the form of
surface layer of woody plants consisting of cork cells and continually being produced from the cork cambium
Meristematic tissue in roots and shoots responsible for the production of dermal and ground tissues
waterproof barrier preventing evaporative water loss from the plant.
Sub-phase of interphase that involves increased metabolic activity and a doubling in the number of organelles
Sub-phase of interphase that involves spindle fiber formation
process, initiated during latter stages of telophase, that involves the dividing of cytoplasm into two identical cells.
composed of elongated cells with unevenly thickened walls
Composed of fibers and sclereids
Lateral meristem capable of producing new xylem and phloem
stage of mitosis where chromosomes are pulled apart by spindle fibers and moved to opposites poles of the cell
Groups of specialized cells performing specific functions
the production of genetically identical cells
thin, single layer of cells making up the exterior of roots, stems, leaves, flowers, and fruits.
stage of mitosis where chromatin uncoils, lengthens, and the nuclear membrane and nucleolus re-appear
wide, pipe-like vessels with numerous pits in their side walls and have end walls with large openings
The porous end walls of sieve tube elements