Epidermal Tissue, Mesophyll Tissue, Xylem & Phloem - Biology Unit 2 AQA GCSE

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Epidermal Tissue - Is a sheet of cells, to line and protect the outside
of the plant. The epidermal tissue includes several different cells:
epidermal cells, guard cells, subsidiary cells, and epidermal hairs
(trichomes).
Mesophyll Tissue - The xylem conducts water and dissolved ions to
the mesophyll tissue.
There are two types of tissue, which are referred by `transport'
tissue. These are the xylem and phloem tissue.
Xylem - Xylem transports water and solutes from the roots to the
leaves
Phloem ­ Phloem transports food from the leaves to the rest of the
plant.

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