Stems are often specialized for storage, asexual ... Bulbs often function in
reproduction by splitting to form new bulbs ...
Learn more about functions of stems in the Boundless open textbook. ... Plant
stems always have nodes (points of attachments for leaves, roots, and flowers)
A plant's stem serves as the support structure for its above ground components
and as a conduit through which water and nutrients can travel. When a stem is ...
Feb 18, 2011 ... The stem is the stalk of a plant or the main trunk of a tree. ... The stem conducts
water, minerals, and food to other parts of the plant; it may also store ... In
perennial plants the short stem may produce new shoots for many years.
In this lesson you will learn the different parts of a plant stem. In... ... The xylem
also provides a secondary function of structural support for the plant. The xylem ...
I believe that there are four functions, if not more, of the stem in a plant. Those
include;. Support; holds the leaves, flowers, fruits, etc. Fun fact: vascular plants
The stem of a plant is one of two structural parts of a vascular plant (a plant that
has tissues for moving water and nutrients), the other being the root. The stem is
Your basic vascular plant parts are roots, shoots, stems, and leaves. ... there's a
wealth of variety within these types or parts, but it boils down to those four.
4. Stem bears flowers and fruits in position to facilitate the processes of
pollination and ... Stems of some plants remain in the ground and serve the
function of ...
Stem. Stems have two main functions. The first one is to transport the water and ...
The economic importance of the stems is for food and building materials.