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Meristem cells _____ into xylem, phloem, and other specialized tissues.
Meristem cells elongate into xylem, phloem, and other specialized tissues. [smile]
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User: Meristem cells _____ into xylem, phloem, and other specialized tissues.

Weegy: Meristem cells elongate into xylem, phloem, and other specialized tissues. [smile]
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User: Which three types of cells are part of ground tissue, storing food, conducting photosynthesis, and providing support?

Weegy: *parenchyma* is the correct answer. ..............
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User: Which three types of cells are part of ground tissue, storing food, conducting photosynthesis, and providing support? I need the main three.

User: that has nothing to do with the question i asked you

Weegy: Which three types of cells are part of ground tissue, storing food, conducting photosynthesis, [ and providing support? I need the main three. - - The ground tissue of plants can be divided into three classes based on the nature of the cell walls. 1. Parenchyma cells have thin primary walls and usually remain alive after they become mature. Parenchyma forms the "filler" tissue in the soft parts of plants. 2. Collenchyma cells have thin primary walls with some areas of secondary thickening. Collenchyma provides extra structural support, particularly in regions of new growth. 3. Sclerenchyma cells have thick lignified secondary walls and often die when mature. Sclerenchyma provides the main structural support to a plant. ]
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