Water to move from the roots to the leaves
Carbohydrates to move from the leaves to the roots
A rigid structure that enabled plants to grow taller
Both a and b
A, b, and c
Embryo with one cotyledon
Leaves with parallel veins
Lateral meristems rarely occur
Flower parts in 3's or multiples of 3's
All of the above are characetrics of dicots
Phloem tissue distributes water and minerals absorbed by the roots to the rest of the plant.
The sieve elements of angiosperms are sieve tube members, while the sieve elements of gymnosperms are sieve cells
Primary and secondary phloem is derived from the vascular cambium
Phloem may be primary or secondary, but in either case the sieve elements are nonliving cells.
Only A and D are correct
High soil mineral concentration