Which tissue transports food in plants?
The vascular tissue that transports food through the plant is phloem
Which is NOT a characteristic of a plant's vascular tissue It transports water and food inside the plant or It supports the plant's stems and leaves or It exposes the plant's leaves to the sun or It t?
"it transports water and food inside the plant" is a characteristic as xylem transports water and the phloem transports food in the form of sucrose. "it support the plants stems and leaves" is a characteristic of vascular tissue because the arrangement of the xylem and phloem provide it with strength and therefore support. the last one is then the wrong characteristic.
The three basic types of tissue in plants are 1. Dermal 2. Ground 3. Vascular "Dermal tissue is composed of epidermal cells, closely packed cells that secrete a waxy cuticle that aids in the prevention of water loss. The ground tissue comprises the bulk of the primary plant body. Parenchyma, collenchyma, and sclerenchyma cells are common in the ground tissue. Vascular tissue transports food, water, hormones and minerals within the plant. Vascular tissue includes xylem…
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.
the stem consists of the outer dermal tissues which has epidermis. also it has the vascular system, which is made up of xylems and pholoems. Xylems transports the liquids aroudn the plant while the pholoems transports all the food. there are different structures of the vascular tissues through out the plants. between the vascular tissues and the dermal tissues there is the ground tissue.