sieve tube

NOUN
  1. tube formed by cells joined end-to-end through which nutrients flow in flowering plants and brown algae
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How To Use sieve tube In A Sentence

  • In the non-lignified portion, even the highly sensitive aniline blue staining failed to detect the presence of callose, which would be indicative of sieve tube formation.
  • Companion cells arrange in a row or single cell as long as the sieve tube member.
  • Vessel elements, tracheids, fibres, sieve tube elements, sieve cells, and parenchyma cells are the major components of vascular tissue.
  • To visualize callose in sieve tube elements in seedlings, aniline blue was used according to PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • The secondary phloem in perennial stems consists of sieve tubes with companion cells, storage and crystalliferous parenchyma and sclereids in both species.
  • Companion cells arranse in a row or single cell as long as the sieve tube member.
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