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What is the function of the leaf vein?


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2010-09-21 17:07:00
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The function of the veins in a leaf to help the leaf keep its shape just like how a handle on an umbrella helps it to keep its shape.

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A vein in a leaf carries minerals and water to all the parts of the plant.

to carry water and nutrients (sugars) to the/throughout the plants system.

Not exactly. The vein of a leaf acts just like the veins and arteries in the human body. They carry water throughout the leaf and plant.

The scientific term for the vein of a leaf is Xylem and phloem.

It would no longer survive and has no use towards the plant it self.

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The vein down the center of the leaf does what all the other veins do; carry food and nutrients to the rest of the leaf and overall plant.

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A vein runs through the leaf and is a thin, firm structure. It looks different from the rest of the leaf, especially the thin membrane that makes up the body of the leaf.

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The leaf blade , the main vein , the veins , the stem and the leaf.

Main vein, Central vein, Mid vein are all correct to a point. "Rachis" seems to be the scientifically preferred term, though. "Midrib" also sees some usage in a few types of leaf.

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The function of the common iliac vein is to drain into the inferior vena cava. The common iliac vein forms in the abdomen and is a connection of the internal and external iliac vein.

In the leaf itself. The main vein runs along the midrib, or right down the middle of the leaf.

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