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What tissue system contains the most photosynthesizing cells?

Last Updated: 19th January, 2020

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What tissue system contains the most photosynthesising cells? Ground tissue because it's the "inside" tissue of plants.

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Accordingly, what are the 3 main tissue systems in plants?

The tissues of a plant are organized into three tissue systems: the dermal tissue system, the ground tissue system, and the vascular tissue system.

Secondly, which plant tissue has the most important function? Ground tissue makes up most of the interior of a plant. It carries out basic metabolic functions and stores food and water. Vascular tissue runs through the ground tissue inside a plant. It consists of bundles of xylem and phloem, which transport fluids throughout the plant.

Consequently, what tissue are guard cells found in?

As mentioned, guard cells are bean/kidney-shaped cells located on plant epidermis. As such, they, like trichomes and pavement cells, are also epidermal cells. Between each pair of guard cells is a stoma (a pore) through which water and gases are exchanged.

What plant tissues cover the stem and leaves?

Each plant organ (roots, stems, leaves) contains all three tissue types: Dermal tissue covers and protects the plant, and controls gas exchange and water absorption (in roots). Dermal tissue of the stems and leaves is covered by a waxy cuticle that prevents evaporative water loss.

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