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Xylem and Phloem; transports water, nutrients, and minerals between the roots and shoots
Fills spaces between dermal and vascular tissue; functions in photosynthesis, support, storage
Have thin cell walls and large vacuoles
Function in food storage, photosynthesis, and cellular respiration
Specialized for support, form a "skeleton" after dying that supports a network of tubes to transport materials
Found in the tips of roots and shoots; produce cells that enable a plant to grow in length
Meristematic tissue located between the xylem and phloem
Creates secondary xylem on one side and creates secondary phloem on the other side
Produces a tough outer layer of cork; prevents water loss and protects the plant's internal tissues
Form from layer of xylem produced by vascular cambium, during cool conditions wide xylem forms, during warm conditions, narrow xylem forms
Functions in the storage and transfer of nutrients to the embryo
2 in dicots: 1 in monocots
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