Topic: Plant Transport Subtopic: The importance of phloem and xylem
How can phloem be described?
Answer: Phloem consists of living cells that are joined end to end. Unlike xylem, the cross walls of phloem tube s do not disappear, they develop perforations like a sieve.
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