QS Study

Collenchyma Tissue Position: It is generally present in the-

i) Sub-epidermal regions of dicot stem.

ii) Petioles

iii) Midribs

iv) Pedicels

v) Penduncks



i) Consists of living cells

ii) Cell wall is thick

iii) Intercellular space is usually absent.

iv) Usually the cells arc polygonal or round in shape.


i) If it contains chlorophyll, it may produce food.

ii) It provides mechanical support to the growth regions of plants.