What Plant Parts Are Inside The Plants Root System?
A plant has two organ systems. The shoot system is above ground and includes the organs such as leaves, buds, stems, flowers or fruits. The root system includes those parts of the plant below ground, such as the roots, tubers, and rhizomes.
Like animals, some plants do possess a vascular system that helps in transporting water and minerals from the soil to all parts of the plant and synthesized carbohydrates from leaves to all parts of the plant. These plants are called as vascular plants. The vascular plants bear two special types of tissues that are xylem tissues and phloem tissues that help in transportation within the plant. metabolism systems
Plants have flowers and cones as reproductive organs, compared to the ovaries and testes of an animal. The vascular system of plants, for transporting fluids that carry nutrients to other parts of the plant, are compared to the looped circulatory system of an animal which has a pump to move fluids, food and oxygen to other parts of the body. Animals have exoskeletons or calcified endoskeletons for support, which compares to the stems of trunks…
The circulatory system (including specialized tissues) of plants which provide them with their essential nutrients, also including water and minerals. The xylem lies on the outside of a plant and carries the nutrients up to the parts of the plant (leaves, etc.). The phloem lies towards the inside of the plant and carries the waste back down towards the roots where it leaves the plant.
The vascular system in plants specializes in the transport of water and nutrients from one part of the plants to another. Two common examples of vascular tissue would be the xylem which transports water and minerals from the soil up the plant, and the phloem which transports products of photosynthesis from the leaves down to other parts of the plant.
Yes, because a vascular plant is a plant that can grow tall because of the system inside it that carries water throughout the plant. Moss and other plants that only grow close to the ground -like liverwort- are non-vascular because they don't have that system inside of them, therefore they must stay close to the ground to get water through the process of osmosis.
Pollen is part of the reproductive system of plants; technically, it is the male gamete of a plant. When it reaches the pistil of a flower, it can be absorbed into the pistil and reach the female gamete, where it will unite to form a zygote that can grow into a plant embryo inside a seed, which can then grow into a new plant.
With a vascular system, plants could grow larger. With a vascular system one part of the plant could take in water and nutrients and the nutrients and water could be moved to other parts of the plant, even over long distances (trees) With out a vascular system plants are dependent on diffusion of nutrients between the cells, which need to be in close contact with the source of water and nutrients.
Because vascular tissue is the transport system of a plant. if a plant doesn't have vascular tissue it cant transport water and minerals to all parts of the plant if it is big. So the non-vascular plant like moss needs to be small for sufficient distribution of water and minerals etc without a transport system. eg- moss
Plants need water transportation of prepared food to different parts of the body. If there is lack of water, the food which is in the solution form will not be recieved by different parts and there will not be enough enrgy produced inside the body for diffrent activities and naturally the plant will die..