What structural features are characteristic of the cells of the conducting tissue?

Conductive tissue is found in all plants. First, let’s remember what fabric is. It is a collection of cells that have the same origin, structure and function in the body. The cells of the conductive tissue of plants are elongated. They resemble tubules. There are no unnecessary elements inside that could interfere with the flow of substances. Also, this tissue can consist of both living and dead cells. This does not affect the functioning of the tissue, since these cells form a kind of “aqueduct” for supplying water with dissolved minerals to other plant cells.

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