Phloem

the part of the vascular system that moves food through the plant.
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phloem

Nutrient-conducting tissue of vascular plants.
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phloem

Food-conducting tissue, consisting of sieve tubes, companion cells, phloem parenchyma, and fibers.
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Phloem

Living conducting tissue of a plant, a system basically composed of sieve tube, comparison cells, fibres and sclereids to convey the products of photosynthesis, particularly sucrose, from the leaves to growing tissues.
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Phloem

See 'Bast'
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phloem

[n] - (botany) tissue that conducts synthesized food substances (e.g., from leaves) to parts where needed
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Phloem

Complex vascular tissue involved in the-transport of nutrients throughout a plant.
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Phloem

A plant tissue in the veins (vascular bundles) of plants that is responsible for most of the transport of organic solutes.
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phloem

Tissue forming part of the plant vascular system, responsible for the transport of organic materials, especially sucrose, from the leaves to the rest of the plant. Consists of sieve tubes, companion cells, fibre cells, and parenchyma.
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Phloëm

Phlo'ëm noun [ Greek ... bark.] (Botany) That portion of fibrovascular bundles which corresponds to the inner bark; the liber tissue; -- distinguished from xylem .
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phloem

<plant biology> Tissue forming part of the plant vascular system, responsible for the transport of organic materials, especially sucrose, from the leaves to the rest of the plant. Consists of sieve tubes, companion cells, fibre cells and parenchyma. ... (31 Dec 1997) ...
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phloem

noun (botany) tissue that conducts synthesized food substances (e.g., from leaves) to parts where needed; consists primarily of sieve tubes
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Phloem

• (n.) That portion of fibrovascular bundles which corresponds to the inner bark; the liber tissue; -- distinguished from xylem.
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phloem

tissues in plants that conduct foods made in the leaves to all other parts of the plant. Phloem is composed of various specialized cells called sieve ... [15 related articles]
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Phloem

Food conducting tissue in vascular plants.
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phloem

(Inner bark) The layer of cells that transports nutrients from the crown to the roots.
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phloem

Comparison of xylem and phloem. Credit: BBC One of two main parts of the transport system in the roots and stems of plants, the other being the xylem. Phloem consists of vascular tissue that conducts synthesized foods, including sugars, proteins, and some mineral ions, through the plant. It is ...
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PHLOEM

A portion of the stem of a plant that conducts fluids from the leaves to the roots, composed of small tubes,
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phloem

phloem (flō'em) : see bark; stem.
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phloem

Tissue found in vascular plants. Its main function is to transport sugars and other food materials such as amino acids (see protein) from the leaves, where they are produced, to all other parts of the plant. This could be from the leaves to the roots to provide the chemicals needed for growth. Howeve...
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Phloem

Living plant tissue located just beneath the bark and outside of the cambium layer. Phloem cells conduct sugars and other organic materials downward from the leaves towards the trunk and roots.
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Phloem

The inner part of a tree's bark that delivers water and other nutrients.
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Phloem

the food conducting tissue of vascular plants, bark
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phloem

Tissue found in vascular plants. Its main function is to transport sugars and other food materials such as amino acids (see protein) from the leaves, where they are produced, to all other parts of the plant. This could be from the leaves to the roots to provide the chemicals needed for growth. Howeve...
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Phloem

Living plant tissue located just beneath the bark and outside of the cambium layer. Phloem cells conduct sugars and other organic materials downward from the leaves towards the trunk and roots.
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