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The cells of a plant have three tissues: dermal, vascular, and ground. Each is throughout the plant. But they come in different places. We will explain all three from a young plant with bark. The dermal is like skin on your body. The vascular is the part that puts food in your mouth. And the ground is the part that stores, supports, and makes it green.
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The cells of a plant have three tissues: dermal, vascular, and ground. Each is throughout the plant, but are found in different places. We will use a young plant with bark to help explain all three tissue types. The dermal is like skin on your body. The vascular is the part that puts food in your mouth. And the ground is the part that stores, supports, and makes it green.

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Plant cells are organized into three kinds of tissue, dermal, vascular and ground, distributed throughout the plant but in different locations. Dermal tissue is the plant's skin, vascular tissue carries nutritional elements throughout the organism, and ground tissue stores these elements, structurally supports the plant, and makes it green.
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The Three Tissue Systems of a Plant

The cells of a plant have three tissues: dermal, vascular, and ground. Each is throughout the plant. But they

come in different places. We will explain all three from a young plant with bark. The dermal is like skin on your

body. The vascular is the part that puts food in your mouth. And the ground is the part that stores, supports, and

makes it green.

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