aerenchyma in a sentence
- The roots also contain wide aerenchyma to facilitate transport within the plants.
- Their stems are spongy with aerenchyma tissue.
- It lacks aerenchyma, a trait which makes it different from many of its relatives.
- Some of the oxygen transported through the aerenchyma leaks through root pores into the surrounding soil.
- The most common adaptation is aerenchyma, but floating leaves and finely dissected leaves are also common.
- It's difficult to find aerenchyma in a sentence.
- These hooks are penetrate into the aerenchyma cells of rice plants and other wetland grasses for respiration.
- Plants often have to produce aerenchyma, while the shape and size of leaves may also be altered.
- Plant aerenchyma refers to the vessel-like transport tubes within the tissues of certain kinds of plants.
- Hence, many wetlands are dominated by plants with aerenchyma; common examples include cattails, sedges and water-lilies.
- Many of these plants therefore have aerenchyma, channels within the stem that allow air to move from the leaves into the rooting zone.
- The direct shunt created by the aerenchyma allows for methane to bypass oxidation by oxygen that is also transported by the plants to their roots.
- Species that are tolerant of waterlogging develop specialised roots near the soil surface and aerenchyma to allow the diffusion of oxygen from the shoot to the root.
- The plants found in hydric soils often have aerenchyma, internal spaces in stems and rhizomes, that allow atmospheric oxygen to be transported to the rooting zone.
- The greater part of each plant is a small organized " thallus " or " frond " structure only a few cells thick, often with air pockets ( aerenchyma ) that allow it to float on or just under the water surface.
- Some plants have an emergency cell death response to root hypoxia where the center of the roots die producing a conduit called aerenchyma to the bottom of the roots from the air . ( Talk ) 15 : 56, 18 December 2007 ( UTC)
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