The tissue systems of the shoot arise from a group of actively dividing cells in the apex of the shoot known as the apical meristem. The epidermal layer/s arises from the outermost one or two layers of the meristem, whereas the cortex, primary vascular tissues, and pith are derived from layers deeper in the meristem. The entire shoot tip is surrounded by small leaf primordia and bud. C. Stem tissues of monocots Observe the demonstration slide of x.s. Maize stem. Label the major tissues below. epidermis sclerenchyma vascular bundles phloem xylem pith In what major ways does Maize stem tissue anatomy differ from Ranunculus (previous page)? Is there any vascular cambium? Yes/No

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