Tissue distribution in Monocotyledonous and Dicotyledonous plants

Biology

SUPPORT AND MOVEMENT IN PLANTS

SUPPORT AND MOVEMENT IN PLANTS.

Necessity for support and movement

Movement is a characteristic of all living organisms.
It enables animals and plants to adjust to their environment.
Most animals move from place to place but some are sessile (i.e. fixed to the substratum).
Majority of plants move only certain parts.
However, though not easily observed all living protoplasm shows movement of one type or another.