Question:

2. The primary phloem lies between the arms of the xylem cross. Find the four patches of phloem cells which are usually stained

2. The primary phloem lies between the arms of the xylem cross. Find the four patches of phloem cells
which are usually stained green. Unlike xylem cells, the cells of phloem are alive when mature and
that allows them to regulate the movement of dissolved sugars and other nutrients. Which direction
will dissolved sugars usually be moving in the root phloem (towards or away from the shoot)?

2. The primary phloem lies between the arms of the xylem cross. Find the four patches of phloem cells which are usually stained green. Unlike xylem cells, the cells of phloem are alive when mature and that allows them to regulate the movement of dissolved sugars and other nutrients. Which direction will dissolved sugars usually be moving in the root phloem (towards or away from the shoot)?