Question: Most carbohydrate is transported through a plant in the form of д. glucose b, fructose c’ starch …


Most carbohydrate is transported through a plant in the form of д. glucose b, fructose c starch d, hemicellulose e, sucrose may be described as long, thin tapered cells with lignified cell walls that have pits that function in support and water flow a, Parenchyma b. Sclerenchyma c. Collenchyma d Tracheids e. Sieve tube elements The primary xylem and phloem develop from a. protoderm. b. procambium c. ground meristem. d. the three primary meristems is an example of a complex tissue. a. Collenchyma b. Parenchyma c. Sclerenchyma d. Epidermis Which of the following is not a characteristic of collenchyma cells? a. nonlignified primary walls b. elongated cells called fibers c. living prototplasts at maturity d. extensible cell walls e. unevenly thickened cell walls The cells that give pears their gritty texture are a. rays b. sclereids c. fibers Which of the following statements on xylem is correct? a. together with the phloem it forms a continuous vascular system b. it may be primary or secondary in origin c. it is the principal water-conducting tissue of vascular plants d. it makes up wood e. all of the above The strings of celery are composed of a. vessel members b. parenchyma cells c. collenchyma cells d. sclerenchyma cells normally lack nuclei. a. companion cells b. parenchyma c. sieve elements d. collenchyma Rays are composed of a. xylem b. phloem c. vascular cambium d. parenchyma Fibers are a type of Small metabolites such as sugars and ions pass between plant cells via Which of the following is not a primary meristem? cell. д. sieve b. collenchyma c.parenchyma d, sclerenchyma e.trichome a. microtubulesb. plasmadesmata c. middle lamella d. pectin a. protoderm b. ground meristem c. cork cambium d. vascular cambium

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Most carbohydrate is transported through a plant in the form of д. glucose b, fructose c' starch d, hemicellulose e, sucrose may be described as long, thin tapered cells with lignified cell walls that have pits that function in support and water flow a, Parenchyma b. Sclerenchyma c. Collenchyma d" Tracheids e. Sieve tube elements The primary xylem and phloem develop from a. protoderm. b. procambium c. ground meristem. d. the three primary meristems is an example of a complex tissue. a. Collenchyma b. Parenchyma c. Sclerenchyma d. Epidermis Which of the following is not a characteristic of collenchyma cells? a. nonlignified primary walls b. elongated cells called fibers c. living prototplasts at maturity d. extensible cell walls e. unevenly thickened cell walls The cells that give pears their gritty texture are a. rays b. sclereids c. fibers Which of the following statements on xylem is correct? a. together with the phloem it forms a continuous vascular system b. it may be primary or secondary in origin c. it is the principal water-conducting tissue of vascular plants d. it makes up wood e. all of the above The 'strings' of celery are composed of a. vessel members b. parenchyma cells c. collenchyma cells d. sclerenchyma cells normally lack nuclei. a. companion cells b. parenchyma c. sieve elements d. collenchyma Rays are composed of a. xylem b. phloem c. vascular cambium d. parenchyma Fibers are a type of Small metabolites such as sugars and ions pass between plant cells via Which of the following is not a primary meristem? cell. д. sieve b. collenchyma c.parenchyma d, sclerenchyma e.trichome a. microtubulesb. plasmadesmata c. middle lamella d. pectin a. protoderm b. ground meristem c. cork cambium d. vascular cambium

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