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Practice: Plant Tissues

What is the difference between a simple and a compound tissue in plants?

  • ASimple tissues are formed of unspecialized cells, but compound tissues are formed of fully differentiated cells.
  • BSimple tissues only carry out the basic functions of cell support, whereas compound tissues carry out complex functions like respiration and photosynthesis.
  • CSimple tissues are only found in the stem of plants, but compound tissues are found in all parts of the plants.
  • DSimple tissues are comprised of one type of cell only, whereas compound tissues are comprised of more than one type of cell.

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