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the forming new plants asexually (without the production of seeds or spores).
thin-walled or slightly strengthened, elongated phloem cells that conduct food substances.
the part of the tooth that projects above the gum.
the cylinder of parenchyma found from the centre of the stem to the inside of the vascular...
indigestible fibre found in plant matter that aids peristalsis.
the form in which carbon dioxide is transported in red blood cells.