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Tracheids differ from other treachery elements

  • having Casparian strips

  • being imperforate

  • lacking nucleus

  • being lignified

Answer

B.

being imperforate

Tracheids and vessels both are called tracheary elements because their main function is conduction of sap. They differ from each other in being inspectorate. Tracheids are the specific cells which pit to support upwards and lateral conduction of water sap. Tracheid are comparatively short and single cell, while vessels have more than one cell and up to 10 cm long.

Tracheids and vessels both are called tracheary elements because their main function is conduction of sap. They differ from each other in being inspectorate. Tracheids are the specific cells which pit to support upwards and lateral conduction of water sap. Tracheid are comparatively short and single cell, while vessels have more than one cell and up to 10 cm long.