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Phloem fiber



The sclerenchyma fibers in the phloem of many vascular plants. Its function is to provide mechanical support to plants.


Phloem fiber is one of the major components of the phloem. The other components are:


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yet another eukaryote question

... also cells with more nuclei: the osteoclast and the skeletical muscle fiber are only a few. There are also eukaryotic cells that lose their nuclei on their way to specialisation: the adult mamal red blood cell and the phloem cell. But they are still eukaryotic cells since they had it once :lol: ...

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by MrMistery
Sat Oct 22, 2005 4:53 pm
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: yet another eukaryote question
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