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xylem

a woody plant tissue that is vascular in function, enabling the transport of water with dissolved minerals around the plant, usually in an upward direction. Xylem is characterized as having TRACHEIDS, xylem fibres for support, xylem PARENCHYMA and XYLEM VESSELS. The location of xylem is different in roots and stems, and the area of xylem is greatly increased by SECONDARY THICKENING.
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Xylem is increasingly deploying decision intelligence across its comprehensive offering spanning the water cycle to help utility customers optimize water management and make water more affordable and accessible for the people they serve, and communities more resilient and sustainable.
On that line, Ackland indicated that "leaving no one behind when it comes to availability of clean, safe water and sustainable management of wastewater is at the core of our purpose and mission in Xylem."
The phloem imports mostly water and sugar into the berry, but unlike the xylem, the phloem can transport only one direction: into the berry.
EmNet said joining Xylem empowers its team to accelerate its progress and expand its mission to a global scale.
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Xylem increased its vitality index goal from 25 percent to 30 percent by 2020, which reflects the addition of the Sensus business, a leader in smart metering and network technologies.
The 19,000 square metre facility will be used to produce the company's pump brands and provide services to customers across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), Xylem said in a statement.
The Xylem employee volunteers were joined by a North Lake Service Learning student in giving 107 total hours of service and collecting 329.5 pounds of litter and 138.2 pounds of recyclables.
The first chapter, "The vascular cambium of trees and its involvement in defining xylem anatomy," has spotty coverage of what ought to be a book-length introduction to xylem.
"Xylem's expanded rental hub network across Latin America will allow us to quickly address our customers' water challenges, moving large, powerful rental pumps and equipment to wherever they are needed across the region," said Osvaldo Greco, managing director, Xylem Latin America.
The hypothesis tested by this study was that the content of free amino acids and the volume of the xylem from pear trees increase prior to the buds sprouting during winter in the region of Pelotas, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.