In the flowering plants food is transported in what form?
In a flowering plant, the glucose is formed during photosynthesis is stored in the form of starch(insoluble)...but when it is needed, it is converted to sucrose(soluble) which flows through the phloem and is utilized, while rest is again converted to starch and stored
hence, it is transported in the form of sucrose
The flowering plants use pollinator animals (i.e. bees, hummingbirds, butterflies) to carry their genes to a different flower. This form of sexual reproduction ensures that the flowering plants get different gene alleles to use in their production of offspring. Edited answer: 1. Flowering plants produce seeds inside fruits. The fruit not only provide protection to the developing seed, it also lures the animals for dispersal of seeds. 2. Cross pollination provides an opportunity to have…
bryophytes are non vascular plants, they are small and are ecologically persistant, these plants do not form xylem tissue ever tracheophytes are vascular plants, and are composed of xylem and pholem tissues, they are seedless plants and are the very dominant land plants including trees and flowering plants.
The food (which plants make) comes form water (taken form the ground) and Carbon Dioxide (taken from the air). The Water and Carbon Dioxide are joined together by the plant using the energy from Sunlight to make a sugar called Glucose. This Glucose is the food for plants (and everything that eats plants).