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The stem of a dicotyledonous plant - Identification of  xylem and phloem tissue

The stem of a dicotyledonous plant - Identification of xylem and phloem tissue

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The stem of plants must accomplish various functions. It supports the leaves, the lateral branches, and the blossoms. The mechanical supportive tissue (collenchyma) is responsible for the stability and elasticity the plant requires. Did you ever come to think about how a 20m-tall tree is capable of transporting water all the way from its roots to its crown? Or how it may be possible that assimilates from the leaves ever arrive at the roots? We want to explore this route of transportation, for which all plants possess a one-way traffic system. The vascular bundles contain vessels for transporting water from the bottom up, and sieve tubes for transporting assimilates from the top down to the bottom. The structural arrangement of the vascular bundles in the dicotyledonous plants differs distinctly from the arrangement found in the monocotyledonous plants.

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  • Experiment is part of a complete solution set with a total of 50 experiments for all microscopy applications
  • With student worksheet, appropriate for all class levels
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  • Optimized for tight schedules, i.e. minimum preparation time required
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