PLEASE HELP!!!! Select cells from two different plant tissue types and explain how their structure adapts them to their function!!
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I dont know. Im sorry.
you can find what you need here: http://sci.waikato.ac.nz/farm/content/plantstructure.html
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@Ashleyisakitty it would help the most if you helped me find the answer but thanks anyway
i think you have the ability to read.. im not going to do your work for you.
well i dont even understand the question...maybe thats why i posted it on here?
good luck -- you'll need it
what is wrong with you?
I'm not fighting with you. I gave you the necessary site to complete your work and then you insisted i do the work for you. How can you not understand the question? It's asking explain a plant cell and their function.
My wording was off but i meant what I said. It's telling you exactly what you need in the question. I'm done arguing with you because I wouldn't do your work. Here is another link to help you out. http://biology.about.com/od/plantbiology/ss/plant-tissue-systems.htm with a bit of research you can find the answers yourself.