How does the structure of plant leaves prevent water loss?
Stoma open and close in response to cues from the plant.
The parenchyma cells inside leaves store enough water for the plant.
The sclerenchyma cells are large cells capable of moving lots of water.
The meristem continually draws water from the soil.
Growing away from something is known as
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In gardening, a process known as air layering can create an identical plant seedling from an
adult plant. This process is explained below:
What type of cells make this process possible?
xylem cells found in the leaves.
B stem cells found under the bark.
C rooting cells found in plant flowers.
D phloem cells found in the fleshy stalk.