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Plant Physiology

Anatomy of Flowering Plants

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Closed vascular bundles lack

  1. ground tissue
  2. conjunctive tissue
  3. cambium
  4. pith
Correct Answer: Option(c)
Solution: Closed vascular bundles lack cambium . In dicot stems , cambium is present between phloem and xylem . Such vascular bundles because of the presence of cambium , possess the ability to form secondary xylem and phloem tissues and hence, are called open vascular bundles . On the contrary, vascular bundles in monocots have no cambium . hence , they do not form secondary tissues, and are referred to as closed.
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