B3 2.5: Transport systems in plants

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What do flowering plants have?
Two seperate transport systems.
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What does xylem tissue do?
Transports water and mineral ions from roots to stem, leaves and flowers.
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What is the movements of water in the plant called?
The transpiration stream.
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What do phloem do?
Carries dissolves sugars from the leaves to the rest of the plant (including growing regions and storage organs)
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What are the two transport systems in plants called?
Xylem and Phloem.
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What does xylem tissue do?

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Transports water and mineral ions from roots to stem, leaves and flowers.

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What is the movements of water in the plant called?

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Card 4

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What do phloem do?

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Card 5

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What are the two transport systems in plants called?

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