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Permanent tissues. Permanent tissues may be defined as a group of living or dead cells formed by meristematic tissue and have lost their ability to divide and have permanently placed at fixed positions in the plant body. Meristematic tissues that take up a specific role lose the ability to divide.

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permanent tissue. permanent tooth. permanent violet. permanent way. Statistics for permanent tissue. Look-up Popularity. Time Traveler for permanent tissue. The first known use of permanent tissue was in 1872. See more words from the same year. Comments on ...

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Cells of meristematic tissue differentiate to form different types of permanent tissue. Simple Permanent Tissue. Parenchyma. A few layers of cells form the basic packing tissue. This tissue is parenchyma, a type of permanent tissue. It consists of relatively unspecialised cells with thin cell walls. They are live cells. They are usually loosely ...

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Meristematic cells gradually divide and get differentiated to form permanent tissues. Permanent tissue is composed of cells that have lost the power of dividing and has attained a definite form and shape.

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Permanent Tissue in Plants. In simple words, the permanent tissues in a plant are those tissues that contain nondividing cells. The cells are also modified to perform specific functions in the plants. The cells of the permanent tissue are derived from the meristematic tissue.

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The tissues that have lost the capacity of growth and division temporarily or permanently are known as permanent tissue. It is formed as a result of division and differentiation of meristematic tissue.

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Complex permanent tissue is composed of two or more than two types of cells and contribute to a common function. It is also known as vascular tissue Types of complex tissue:

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These tissues are derived from meristematic tissues. They have lost the power of dividing, having attained their definite form and size. In their earlier stages the cells are more or less similar in structure but slowly they become specialized and form permanent tissues.

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Permanent Tissue: Permanent tissues are those tissue which have lost the power of cell division. Cells of permanent tissues are matured, assume a definite shape, size and function. On the basis of constituents cell permanent tissues are classified into three types: simple, complex and secretory or special tissues.

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Permanent plant tissues are found in mature plants. Simple tissues are composed of only one type of cell. Parenchyma is a flexible tissue that makes up many parts of the plant, like photosynthetic ...