How does the vascular tissue system enable leaves and roots to combine function to support growth and development of the whole plant?

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They transport the water (xylem; commonly wood) and the nutrients (phloem; the bark part and xylem too) to the other parts of the plant.

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2014-05-03T14:21:14+08:00

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"Simply like this,

1. Water up the plant in the xylem to the leaves. (water needed for photosynthesis). 
2.Photosynthetic products from the leaves to the roots in the phloem. (Needed for respiration by the roots for things such as active uptake of mineral)."

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2014-05-03T15:07:13+08:00

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Becues the vascular tissue will combine to support growth and develop whole plant
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