Organisms In Different Plant Divisions (rahul Rajagopalan)
Characterized by their flat leaves (needle-like), these leaves are ever green and the photosynthetic part of the plant. This pine tree is a gymnosperm and have needle-like leaves, otherwise known as pine needles.
The layer of cells commonly between bark and wood in a tree; it is responsible for the creation of cells on either side The gap between the bark and the wood in the picture is where cambium would be present if this tree hadn't been dead for a long time. .
Tissue present in vascular plants that moves food materials from the leaves to other parts of the plant. The innermost layer of the bark of this palm tree is where phloem is present.
The anther is the male organ of a flower which produces pollen. The filament of stamen is the stalk which has the anther at the end or somewhere in the middle. In the picture the anther is visible (the fuzzy looking stalks in the middle). The stamen is not easily visible but is there nevertheless.
Vessels in vascular plants that are used mainly to transport water, along with some other nutrients as well. In the picture, xylem vessels cannot be seen as they are microscopic, however they are present in the wood.