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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plant_stem

A stem is one of two main structural axes of a vascular plant, the other being the root. The stem .... In cross section, the vascular tissue does not form a complete cylinder where a leaf gap occurs. Fern stems may have solenosteles or dictyosteles ...

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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.

www.bio.miami.edu/dana/dox/stem.html

A cross section of a generalized, herbaceous dicot stem appears on the left: Note that young, herbaceous stems may have stomates for gas exchange, though ...

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Wood rays extend outwardly in a stem cross section like the spokes of a wheel. The rays are composed of thin-walled parenchyma cells which disintegrate after  ...

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May 19, 2015 ... microscopic monocot corn stem cross section anatomy, Part 1 - Duration: 1:21. Darrell Barnes 1,709 views · 1:21. Dicot and Monocot Root ...

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The below mentioned article provides an outline of internal structure of stem of both dicotyledons and monocotyledons .... The stem is square in cross-section.

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Stem Tissue. Below is a microscopic cross-section of a typical stem (taken from a dicotyledonous plant). Distribution of tissues may differ between plant types ...

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The mesophyll is green. MONOCOT STEM. DICOT STEM cross section cross section. PINE NEEDLE cross section. CORN ROOT TIP cross section ...

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If you were to look carefully at the cross section of a stem, you would find several layers inside, each of which has a different job. From the outside to inside, the ...