Biology, asked by Shasavad2698, 10 days ago

What is the difference between the cork simple tissue and epidermis simple tissue?


Answered by kanishkawaikarKKW


Plants have simple and complex tissues. The simple tissues (tissues with uniform cells) are composed of the same type of cells; complex tissues (tissues with more than one type of cells) are composed of more than one type of cell, these are unique to plants.


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Answered by smartbrainz

the difference between the cork and the epidermis simple tissue lies in their development.


  • cork is the part of the  plant that develops from the cork cambium. in addition to this the cork is usually impermeable to water.
  • On the other hand the epidermis is permeable to water and it is developed from the meristematic tissue.
  • the development of the cork forms under the secondary growth of the plant and lies only in the  angiosperm group of plants. Whereas epidermis is present in almost all types of plant.

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