Q. 965.0( 2 Votes )
Water and dissolved minerals get into the root hair of a plant by a process called A and enter the conducting tissue B. The process C helps the water and dissolved minerals to move up through the tissue B in roots and stem, and reach the leaves of a plant. In the leaves food is made by a process D. This food is then transported to all the parts of a plant through tissue E. The process of distributing food made in the leaves to all the parts of the plant is called F.
(a) What are (i) A (ii) B (iii) C (iv) D (v) E, and (vi) F ?
(b) Which tissue is made up of living cells : B or E ?
(c) Which tissue, B or E, contains sieve tubes?
(d) Which tissue, B or E, contains tracheids ?
(a) (i) Diffusion (A) (ii) Xylem (B) (iii)Transpiration (C)
(iv) Photosynthesis (D)
(v) Phloem (E)
(vi) Translocation (F)
(b) E (c) E (d) B
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