One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The tissue in higher plants that constitutes the vascular system, consisting of phloem and xylem, by which water and nutrients are conducted throughout the plant.
- ‘These plants did not have roots or leaves like the plants most common today, and many had no vascular tissue at all.’
- ‘More recent examination, however, has shown that the plant does not contain true vascular tissue but has conducting cells more like those found in some mosses.’
- ‘This is the strategy taken by vascular plants, which have special vascular tissues to distribute water throughout their system.’
- ‘Long-distance transport of carbohydrate, the major substrate for plant growth, occurs within the phloem vascular tissue.’
- ‘To pass from the soil solution into root vascular tissues, water has to flow radially across a series of concentric cell layers.’
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