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Tissues
  Meristematic Tissue
  Simple Tissues and Complex Tissues

Plant tissues are of two kinds: meristematic and permanent. Meristematic tissues are those that remain capable of dividing; permanent tissues are those that have lost this ability. Sometimes, permanent cells recover the capacity to divide (and, thus, are only temporarily permanent!).

 
     
 
 
     



     
 
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