Tag: difference between parenchyma collenchyma and sclerenchyma

PARENCHYMA AND COLLENCHYMA TISSUES

The group of cells performing some collective function is called tissue. Tissues organize the body of plant for performing different function. Many types of tissues associate with each other to form tissue system. Vascular system is an example of tissue system. The tissues have following characteristics: Tissues are composed of many cells. These cells may [Continue]

Plant Tissues

collenchyma and sclerenchyma tissues Table of Simple Tissues is as Follow   Collenchyma Tissues Collenchyma is a living tissue composed of more or less elongated cells with unevenly thick, glistering, primary non-lignified walls. Collenchyma develops from the elongated cells which resemble procambium or from isodiametric cells of the ground meristems. Collenchyma functions as supporting tissue [Continue]