Forums Assignment Help Transverse Section of a plant material.

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    The transverse section of a plant material shows the following anatomical features,

    (a) the vascular bundles are conjoint, scattered and surrounded by sclerenchymatous bundle sheaths

    (b) phloem parenchyma is absent. What will you identify it as?

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    The monocot stem is characterised by conjoint, collateral, and closed vascular bundles, scattered in the ground tissue containing the parenchyma. Each vascular bundle is surrounded by sclerenchymatous bundle-sheath cells. Phloem parenchyma and medullary rays are absent in monocot stems.

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