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The dermal tissue of the plant _____. protects it from damage and disease regulates gas exchange prevents excess water loss all of the above
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User: The dermal tissue of the plant _____. protects it from damage and disease regulates gas exchange prevents excess water loss all of the above

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User: A plant with high _____ is healthy and rigid. cell walls turgor stroma pith

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User: The pigment chlorophyll is contained in _____. stroma grana plastids chromoplasts

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All of the above. The dermal tissue of the plant protects it from damage and disease, regulates gas exchange, and prevents excess water loss.
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The pigment chlorophyll is contained in grana.
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The two main classes of angiosperms are monocotyledons and dicotyledons.
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Plasmodesmata are microscopic channels which traverse the cell walls of plant cells and some algal cells, enabling transport and communication between them.
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The trunk of a tree is its stem.


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