Structures of a Plant
Ovule- The Ovule transports water around the plant.
Vein- Veins transport nutrients and also transports water.
Epidermal Tissue- Prevents water loss and also is a barrier to fungi and other invaders.
- Plants grow low in a Tundra biome because it helps the plant resist the cold.
- Their fuzzy stems provide protection from the wind.
- Dark flowers absorb more sunlight.
Exchange gas between the inner parts of leaves, and stems.
Cells conduct food from leaves to the rest of the plant.
- Plants have spines that protect them from animals that want to eat them.
- They also have soft tissues to hold water like a sponge.
- They have thick, waxy cover to keep the water inside.