a plant having a conducting system of vascular bundles for transporting nutrients and water.
A plant containing vascular tissue, the conducting system which enables water and minerals to move through it.
Plants that contain specialize components that transport water and food materials from their source to the site they are used.
A plant with woody tissue and seeds and veins for transporting water and food.
A plant (macrophyte) with specialized conductive tissue.
The familiar woody and herbaceous plants, (Tracheata), are distinguished from the non vascular plants, mosses (Bryophyta), liverworts (Hepatophyta) and hornworts (Anthocerophyta), by their vascular system, lignified conducting tissues called xylem and phloem.
Plant that has vascular tissues to transport water, nutrients, and other metabolic products.
green plant having a vascular system: ferns, gymnosperms, angiosperms
a plant with roots
A vascular plant possesses specialized cells that conduct fluids and nutrients throughout the plant. The xylem conducts water and the phloem transports food.
Plants that have conducting systems to transport water and nutrients to cells. The xylem and phloem are parts of the conducting system.
a plant with a certain kind of tissue for conducting water; not a moss or lichen.
A plant that has an internal water and food transport system (xylem and phloem) of specially modified cells that form tube or pipe-like structures.
a plant with water and fluid conductive tissue (xylem and phloem); includes seed plants, ferns, and fern allies.
Any of various plants, such as the ferns and seed-bearing plants, in which the phloem transports sugar and the xylem transports water and salts.
A plant with a particular type of tissue for carrying water and mineral salts and for assisting the plant to stand upright.
A vascular plant has specialized pipelines that carry water and nutrients around the plant. Club mosses, ferns, horestails, gymnosperms, and flowering plants are vascular plants.
The vascular plants are plants in the kingdom Plantae (also called Viridiplantae) that have specialized tissues for conducting water. Vascular plants include the ferns, clubmosses, horsetails, flowering plants, conifers and other gymnosperms. Scientific names are Tracheophyta and Tracheobionta, but neither is very widely used.