Materials

■ prepared slides of the following tissues:

■ Allium root tip longitudinal section

■ Syringa leaf cross section

■ Ranunculus root cross section

■ Ranunculus stem cross section

■ Zea mays stem cross section

■ compound light microscope

Background

1. Which plant tissues are responsible for the absorption of water and mineral nutrients?

2. How is sugar, which is produced in the leaf, moved to other parts of the plant?

3. How are woody and nonwoody stems different, and how are they alike?

4. What tissues are continuous in the root, stem, and leaf?

5. How does the leaf conserve water?

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