The illustration above shows an herbaceous stem of a dicotyledonous plant. The
white stripe between xylem & phloem is the cambium layer. Note: The diagrams ...
Cross section of a stem: axis of a plant. Epidermis: outer layer of the stem.
Phloem vessels: tubes that carry sap. Cambium: new parts of the stem.
A labeled monocot stem is a diagram that features the cross section of a monocot
plant stem. In this diagram, the parts of the monocot stem are labeled and ...
A cross section of a generalized, herbaceous dicot stem appears on the left: ...
WOODY stems. Shown diagramatically, the tissue layers are arranged like so: ...
The below mentioned article provides an outline of internal structure of stem of
both dicotyledons and monocotyledons type. The embryo develops into a plant ...
axil - the angle between the upper side of the stem and a leaf, branch, or petiole.
... Label the two lower nodes (the first and second nodes) on the plant diagram.
Introduction to Diagram for Parts of a Plant. Plant are living ... Terminal bud - a
bud at the tip of a stem responsible for terminal growth. Axillary bud or lateral bud
A LABELLED DIAGRAM OF THE HEART - 1 PAGE. CELLS ... THREE
DIMENTIONAL CROSS SECTION DIAGRAM OF WOODY STEM, MONOCOT
Plant structure and growth. 9.1.1 Draw and label plan diagrams to show the
distribution of tissues in the stem and leaf of a dicotyledonous plant. Figure 9.1.1
In different parts of the plant, tissues are arranged differently. In this section ....
Epidermis: a single layer of cells that covers the stem, and is in turn covered by a
waxy cuticle. ... Label your diagram according to the tissues you have learnt