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Phloem and Parenchyma

What cell type is Phloem? It's either Parenchyma, sclerenchyma or collenchyma. I think it's Parenchyma, but do both the companion cells and sieve tube members fit in this cell type category?
Question asked by: Ciligirl

Asked on: 14 Jan 2009

You are right, I just looked this up and the answer is that it is a Parenchyma cell.

So well done for that!

By: knowitall
Replied at: 18 Jan 2009
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