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Angiosperm Families - Achatocarpaceae Heimerl.
... . Internal phloem absent. Secondary thickening developing from a conventional cambial ring. ‘Included’ phloem absent. Xylem with vessels. Vessel end-walls simple. Sieve-tube plastids P-type; type III (a). Reproductive type, pollination ...
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Angiosperm Families - Alismataceae Vent.
... 4 genera). Vessels absent. Stem anatomy. Secretory cavities present; with latex. Secondary thickening absent. Xylem without vessels. Sieve-tube plastids P-type; type II. Root anatomy. Root xylem with vessels; vessel end-walls ... e. to many); apocarpous; eu-apocarpous; superior. Carpel apically stigmatic, or with a lateral style, or with a gynobasic style; 1 ovuled, or 2 ovuled (rarely more). ...
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Chapter 3: Taxonomy, Page 1
... (Chamaerops). Vessels present; end-walls scalariform. Stem anatomy. Secondary thickening absent (or slight, and then not cambial but from divisions in the ground parenchyma). Xylem with vessels. Vessel end-walls mostly oblique; scalariform, or simple, or scalariform and simple. Sieve-tube plastids P-type; type II. Root anatomy. Root xylem with vessels (mostly with transverse ...
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Plant Pathology: Infection Process
... are hydathodes, pores at the leaf margin that are continuous with the xylem. Under particularly humid conditions, droplets of xylem fluid (guttation droplets) can emerge at the surface of ... usually cause wilting and discoloration as a result of the physical blockage of infected xylem vessels. True vascular wilt pathogens colonise the vascular tissue exclusively, although other pathogens can ...
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Physiology Of Drought In Stressed Plants
... roots and leaves of a plant, water is drawn through many thousands of cells called xylem vessels. Xylem cells can be thought of as bottomless barrels stacked end to end to form long ... water conservation include development of small thick leaves with a thick waxy covering. Plants with small thick leaves lose water more slowly than plants with large thin leaves. Smaller leaves provide less surface ...
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Stem & Root Anatomy
... with openings in the walls called pits. Tracheids and vessels become hollow, water-conducting pipelines after the cells are dead and their contents (protoplasm) has disintegrated. The xylem of flowering plants also contains numerous fibers, elongate cells with ...
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Forestry Glossary: X is for ... xanthic xerophilous xylem
... . Xylem transports water and nutrients from the roots to the leaves. It is a complex vascular tissue in plants; comprises vessels (hollow receptacles) and/or tracheids usually together with wood fibers and parenchyma cells, functioning in conduction (and also in support and storage). Xylem cells account for ...
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How Water Works with Ferns
... . Once in the xylem, water with the minerals that have been deposited in it (as well as occasional organic molecules supplied by the root tissue) move up in the vessels and tracheids (long tubular cells). What forces water through the xylem? Here are some observations: The mechanism is based on purely physical forces because the xylem vessels and tracheids are ...
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Xylem strand in Cooksonia
Xylem strand in Cooksonia Back Cooksonia pertoni with thickened strand in the stem, indicating the presence of xylem vessels. Shropshire (England) Pridolian (Upper Silurian) Height of the plant 16 mm
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Wood vessels of a young plant of Psaronius
... plant was 4.5 cm. The central strand of wood vessels starts as a little tube with a diameter of 0.5 cm. At a ... point of separation a temporary gap appears in the bundle of wood vessels. This separation repeats itself from time to time. When the gap is ... diameter because repeatedly new partial bundles come into existence inward. The xylem bundles of the petioles become C-shaped and after some time ...
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