Tag: parenchyma tissue

Sclerenchyma Tissues

The lignified tisries .vhich lack protoplast at maturity are called sclerenchyma. Hey have thick secondary wall. These are main strengthening tissues of plant. Sclerenehyma cells are found in all parts of plant. They: are present in both ground tissues and vascular tissues. Sclerenchyma has two types: Fibers and sclereids (a) Fibers Very long and narrow [Continue]

Parenchyma Tissues

Tissue Types And Tissue Systems Different Tissues with their brief explanation, their structure, their functions and their role is shown in the following diagram. Permanent Tissues The permanent tissue develops from meristematic cells which get differentiated. These cells lose power of division. They can resume meristematic activity if needed. The cells of the permanent tissue may [Continue]