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Plants Without Xylem And Phloem. The xylem and phloem are collectively known as “conducting tissue.” conducting tissue helps to transport all nutrients throughout the plant for various uses. Plants have tissues to transport water, nutrients and minerals.

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Both xylem and phloem are complex tissues which composed of more than one types of cells. All dissolved substances are moved from roots to stems in the xylem tissues, and food is delivered from leaves where photosynthesis occurs to non. When a plant is experiencing acute water.

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The vascular plant tissue phloem is in charge of transporting and distributing the sugars produced by photosynthesis. The xylem and phloem are collectively known as “conducting tissue.” conducting tissue helps to transport all nutrients throughout the plant for various uses. One xylem and one phloem are known as a ‘vascular bundle’ and most plants have multiple vascular bundles running the length of their leaves, stems, and roots. Xylem transports water taken up from the soil by the roots, to the rest of the plant.