phloem transports food
Phloem is on the outside.
A phloem transports food to a plant.
phloem carries food
Phloem as well as xylem
Phloem is found in plants.
Phloem is located in the stem.
i) Sieve tubes (ii) Companion cells (iii) Phloem parenchyma (iv) Phloem fibres
When secondary growth sets in, the primary phloem is pushed and crushed towards cortex, it ultimately protects secondary phloem.
A plant's Vascular is made up of Phloem............
phloem is a plant cell
the old phloem is called bark
Yes, Phloem cells are alive.
Phloem cells are alive.
The cells having sieve like perforations in their cell walls present in phloem are the sieve tubes of the phloem.
Phloem sap is the watery fluid transported in the phloem that contains sugars and other metabolites that have originated from the leaf.
"Phloem is a word that the person asking this question doesn't know how to use in a sentence"In vascular plants, phloem is the living tissue that carries organic nutrients.The phloem is composed of still-living cells that transport sap.Phloem tubes sit on the outside of the xylem in most plants.
Phloem transports food and xylem transports water and minerals:)
What's The phloem
Yes they lack xylem and phloem .
MOSTLY PHLOEM IS CLOSER TO CORTEX .
Auxins are transported in the phloem, not the xylem.
Nonvascular plants do not have xylem and phloem, only vascular plants have xylem and phloem.False, they do only vascular plants have the xylem and phloem in their unique plant body here it is tada!!!
xylem in the root and phloem in the stem