Define Permanent Tissue with their Characteristics - QS Study
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Permanent tissue:  The kind of tissue in which the cells lose their dividing capacity after originating from meristematic tissue is known as permanent tissue.


(i) Cells are usually unable to divide

(ii) Both living and dead cells may be present in permanent tissue.

(iii) Cell walls are comparatively thick.

(iv) Nucleus is comparatively small

(v) Cell vacuole is large

(vi) Intercellular space is present in between the cells

(vii) Cyloplasm is comparatively little

(viii) Permanent tissue stared food

(ix) It arises from meristematie tissue

(x) Chlorophyllus permanent tissue produces foods