Plant Tissue System and Their Function

Plant Tissue System and Their Function

Hi viewer Today we will discuss about the types of Plant Tissue System and their function, which is very tedious to remember.  So what we are going to do, we will try to understand the points in Telegraphic language, which we will elaborate in examination hall.  Now let us check out what are there in Plant tissue system Plant Tissue system Definition Group of tissues performing a common function constitutes a tissue system.   There are three types of Tissue System in plant, which are in the following Epidermal tissue system Ground tissue system Vascular tissue system     EPIDERMAL TISSUE SYSTEM   Characteristic features Basically epidermal tissue system is present in root and stem In stem it is called epidermis, which is covered by cuticle. Cuticle is waxy in nature In root it is called epiblema, which is devoid of cuticle The epidermal outgrowths or hairs in stem are multicellular Stomata are present in leaves It is derived from Protoderm Function Gives protection to the inner delicate tissues Chloroplast containing epidermal...
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Different types of Plant Tissues and their Functions – Class 8

Different types of Plant Tissues and their Functions – Class 8

Hi Viewers: Today we are going to discuss about the different types of Plant Tissues and their Functions.  To remember all the important points in this article we will use the telegraphic language.  PLANTS TISSUE What is a Tissue? Ans.  An organised mass of cells of similar structures , similar origin and similar function.   PLANT TISSUE: A) Meristematic Tissue B) Permanent Tissue: a)  Simple Permanent Tissue: Parenchyma Collenchyma Sclenchyma: i)  Stone Cell     ii)  Fibre C) Complex Permanent Tissue: Xylem:   Tracheid.   Trachea.   Xylem Parenchyma. Xylem Fibre. Phloem: Companion Cell. Sieve Tube. Phloem Parenchyma. Phloem Fibre.   Meristematic Tissue   Structure Cells are living Hexagonal in shape. No inter-cellular space. Nucleus is prominent. Vacuole are small in size. Cell wall is thin. Protoplasm is granular. Retains the power of cell division.   Function It helps the plants to increase in height and girth.   Location A) Apical meristem- Present at the apex of stem and root B) Intercalary meristem- Present in between the permanent tissues C) Lateral meristem- Present at the lateral side of root and stems    Permanent Tissue: A)  Simple Permanent Tissue:   Parenchyma All...
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