Q. 24.3( 7 Votes )
What substance/substances are transported in plants by:
(a) xylem vessels and tracheids?
(b) sieve tubes (or phloem)?
(a) Xylem vessels and tracheids are two elements of xylem tissue which help in the transportation of water.
(b) The cells of phloem are called sieve tubes. Sieve tubes are conducting element of phloem which is responsible for transportation of food.
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