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Internal Structure of Dicot Stem

Internal structure of dicot stem A plant whose seed contains two cotyledon or embryonic leaf is known as dicot. This article briefly focus about characteristics......

Internal Structure of Monocot Stem

Internal structure of monocot stem Those plants whose seed contains only one cotyledon or embryonic leaf is known as simply monocot. In this study focus......

Common Distinctiveness of the Inner Formation of Monocot Root

Common Distinctiveness of the Inner Formation of Monocot Root The internal structure of monocot stems differs in some respects from that of dicots. The most......

Distinctiveness of the Inner Organization of Dicot Root

Distinctiveness of the inner organization of Dicot Root Dicot roots of gram shows following distinct region in its Transverse section with following features: Epiblema, Cortex,......

Internal Structure of Dorsivental Leaf (mango leaf)

Internal Structure of Dorsivental Leaf (mango leaf) Dorsiventral leaves are found in dicots. The vertical section of a dorsiventral leaf contains three distinct parts: Epidermis,......

Difference between Meristematic Tissue and Permanent Tissue

Difference between Meristematic Tissue and Permanent tissue Meristematic tissue This tissue originates from the embryonic stage. So, they are primary tissue. The cells are able......

Comparison and Similarity between Tracheid and Vessel

Tracheid and Vessel are the components of xylem, the water and minerals conducting tissue in plants. Vessels and tracheids are jointly known as the tracheary......

Definition and Formation of Annual Ring

Secondary growth takes place rapidly in plant body during the favorable season. As a result, secondary xylems having thin walls are formed. In adverse season......

Lenticels: Formation and Functions in Plants

Lenticels: The lens shaped pores which are found in the bark of woody plants are said to be lenticels. Lenticels are interruptions in the phellem......

Parenchyma Tissue in plants

Parenchyma Tissue in plants Position: Parenchymatous tissue occupies the major parts of various plant organs such as- Pith, mesophyll of leaves, cortex etc. It is......

Epidermal Tissue System

Epidermal tissue system: This is the outer most layer of the plant body. Typically it consists of a single layer of parenchymatous cells. This system......

Epidermal Stoma in Plant Leaf

Epidermal stoma: Epidermal Stoma are on the upper and lower surfaces of a leaf. They have two features which avert evaporative water loss: they are......

Epidermal Out Growth of Plants

Epidermal out growth: Epidermal cells have unequally thickened walls, the outer and radial walls being much thicker than the inner walls. In some cases they......

Ground Tissue System in Plants

Ground tissue system: Ground tissues are produced by the ground meristems. This tissue type comprises the majority of the plant body. The tissue system that......

Radial Vascular Bundle

Radial vascular bundle: When xylem and Phloem in a vascular bundle lie on different radii alternately from one another, it is called radial vascular bundle.......