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a xylem vessel is a part of a plant and a root hair cell is a root of the plant

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Why it is called as xylem vessel but not xylem cell?

Because xylem is a vessel that water travels through.


What is a tubular cell that transports water throughout the plant?

Xylem vessel


What substance makes up the cell walls of xylem vessel?

Not sure


Which cell organelle provide turgidity and rigidity to a plant cell?

xylem vessel provides turgidity while phloem vessel provides rigidity in the presence of water.


What mature xylem vessels in a woody plant has?

Xylem vessel is basically for transporting water, if the cells had other parts in it (like cytoplasm, and etc), the vessel will not be able to support itself and will not be strong enough to carry water. Therefore a mature Xylem vessel must not have any other parts of the cells other than the cell wall. Basically a cell without its other part is a dead cell. So the Mature xylem vessel is a dead tissue which is enhanced with thick lignified cellulose walls, to support or give extra strength to the vessels. To summarize it, the Mature Xylem Vessel in a woody plant has only a cell wall, long hollow vessels with thick lignified cellulose walls, which are dead tissues used to transporting water from the roots to all parts of the plant.


Why xylem is a tissue?

The most distinctive cells found in xylem are the tracheary elements, that is tracheids and vessel elements. However, the xylem is a complex tissue of plants, which means that it includes more than one type of cell. This is why it is a tissue not a cell.


What is the difference between an endocrine cell and a target cell?

the endocrine cell has a jelly like substance and so so it drops off it in the blood vessel and so target cells make hormones in the blood vessel to bind into thereceptor on a target cell sometimes a target cell is very close or far away


Growth tissue between xylem and phloem that produces additional xylem and phloem cell?

i think it is vascular cambium layer............ :)


Which plant cell has no nucleus when fully developed?

The xylem cells or vessel doesn't have a nucleus. It used to be an ordinary cell but it got filled with lignin (which is waterproof) So the contents of the cell died and it became hallow and dead I hope this answers your question


Do xylem cells undergo cell division?

No, xylem cells are "dead" cells and therefore do not undergo cell division.


Which is a major difference between the cell membrane and the cell wall?

Which is a major difference between the cell membrane and the cell wall


What are the xylem cells that most of a tree's wood is made up of?

Xylem consists of specialized water-conducting tissues made up mostly of narrow, elongated, hollow cells. These cells may be of several types, including tracheids (the basic cell type), vessel members, fibres, and parenchyma. Xylem consists of specialized water-conducting tissues made up mostly of narrow, elongated, hollow cells. These cells may be of several types, including tracheids (the basic cell type), vessel members, fibres, and parenchyma. Xylem consists of specialized water-conducting tissues made up mostly of narrow, elongated, hollow cells. These cells may be of several types, including tracheids (the basic cell type), vessel members, fibres, and parenchyma.