Marcin Cieśla

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afracturedreality:    Cross-section through the stem of Dracenea illustrating cellular relationships within the vascular tissue. Resources like water and nutrients traverse the plant via vascular bundles that are made up of many different cell types. Xylem fibers transport water and dissolved nutrients, while phloem fibers allow substances like sugar to move through the plant.  By John Runions, Oxford Brookes University

The Plant Superhighway Cross-section through the stem of Dracenea illustrating cellular relationships within the vascular tissue. Resources like water and nutrients traverse the plant via vascular.

Sweet Flag Stem . Light micrograph of a section through a fig tree stem. The large holes are cross-sections of xylem, vascular tissue used to transport water and minerals from the roots. The...

Light micrograph of a section through a fig tree stem. The large holes are cross-sections of xylem, vascular tissue used to transport water and minerals from the roots.

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Pine Tree Xylem Tubes, Through Which Our Pins Receive Water & Nourishment -=- Gorgeous Image of Nature at a Marvelous Stage !

root, catclaw (Smilax), transverse section. Dark red stain - conjunctive tissue (cells that make matrix between tracheary elements and sive tube members are thick-walled fibers). Green - thin-walled sieve tube members and companion cells (arrows). Phloem alternates w/ masses of tracheary elements,near outer edge of xylem.

root, catclaw (Smilax), transverse section. Dark red stain - conjunctive tissue (cells that make matrix between tracheary elements and sive tube members are thick-walled fibers). Green - thin-walled sieve tube members and companion cells (arrows). Phloem alternates w/ masses of tracheary elements,near outer edge of xylem.

Grass stem. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a section through a grass stem (family Graminaceae). The surface is covered in a waxy epidermis (brown) that helps to prevent water loss. Within the stem are vascular bundles (blue), which consist of phloem and xylem tissues. Xylem transports water and mineral nutrients from the roots throughout the plant, while the phloem transports carbohydrates and hormones around the plant. Surrounding the vascular bundles is the cortex (green)…

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a section through a…

Transverse section of the stem of a Swiss cheese plant (Monstera deliciosa)

Beyond the Human Eye: In this transverse section of adventitious root, stained with fluorescent dyes that colour dead, woody cell walls yellow and living cellulose cell walls blue you can see the various cells that conduct liquids up and down the root.

Transverse section of the stem of a Swiss cheese plant (Monstera deliciosa)

Beyond the Human Eye: In this transverse section of adventitious root, stained with fluorescent dyes that colour dead, woody cell walls yellow and living cellulose cell walls blue you can see the various cells that conduct liquids up and down the root.

Sweet Flag Stem . Light micrograph of a section through a fig tree stem. The large holes are cross-sections of xylem, vascular tissue used to transport water and minerals from the roots. The...

Light micrograph of a section through a fig tree stem. The large holes are cross-sections of xylem, vascular tissue used to transport water and minerals from the roots.

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