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Transport systems in plants

plums are full of sugar whicth is made in the leaves of the tree. how does the sugar get from the leaves to the plums?
Question asked by: b-p haha

Asked on: 19 Apr 2009

There are many vessels in a plant such as the xylem and the phloem that transport what the plant needs around its system, for instance the various sugars and other minerals that it requires for energy.
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Replied at: 26 Apr 2009
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