Dicot stems with primary growth have pith in the center, with vascular ... form the
periderm, which replaces the epidermis in function.
Stems may be herbaceous (soft) or woody in nature. Their main function is to
provide support to the plant, holding leaves, flowers, and buds; in some cases, ...
Biennials complete their life cycle in two seasons (radish, cabbage). ... Stems of
some plants remain in the ground and serve the function of perennation and ...
The stem is the stalk of a plant or the main trunk of a tree. ... The primary functions
of the stem are to support the leaves; to conduct water and minerals to the leaves,
where they can ... Plants producing woody stems are called trees and shrubs.
Stems have two main functions. The first one is to transport the water and
minerals from the roots upwards to all other parts of the plant. The second one is
Plants with stems, such as tree trunks, that are hard and do not bend easily.
Woody stems ... In celery, the petiole serves many of the same functions as a
Function; Structure; Internal features; Monocot or Dicot; External features; Types
of stems ... Stems are the part of a plant that bear leaves and flowers and they are
the ... Cortex – Primary tissues of a stem externally bound by the epidermis and ...
A stem has several functions, including support, conducting water, storing water,
producing ... facilitating asexual reproduction. The stem connects the plant's
leaves and flowers to its roots.... ... The internode is the point between two nodes.
Plant stems may grow above or below the ground. When they grow above
A plant's stem serves as the support structure for its above ground components
and as a ... The stems of plants vary widely, depending on the lifestyle, growth
habit and location of the plant. ... The two main functions of roots are to deliver
water and nutrients to the plant or tree and provide an anchor that keeps the plant
Plant stems perform two basic functions: they support the leaves and flowers and
they carry water and food from place to place within the plant. A typical stem is ...