Vascular-bundle meaning

A strand of primary conductive plant tissue consisting chiefly of xylem and phloem.
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A strand of primary conductive plant tissue consisting chiefly of xylem and phloem.
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(bot.) An isolated unit of the conducting system of vascular plants, consisting of xylem and phloem, frequently with other interspersed cells or a sheath of thick-walled cells.
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A strand of primary tissues found within the stem of a plant and consisting of xylem and phloem, along with cambium. The vascular bundles develop from the procambium of the growing stem. In the monocotyledons, vascular bundles are found in complex arrangements dispersed throughout the stem. In eudicotyledons, they are arranged in a ring, with the xylem of each bundle on the inside and the phloem on the outside.
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(botany) A strand of xylem, phloem, and their associated tissues within a eustele or atactostele.
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