Stroma vs. Parenchyma

By Jaxson

  • Parenchyma

    Parenchyma () is the bulk of functional substance in an animal organ or structure such as a tumour. In zoology it is the name for the tissue that fills the interior of flatworms.

  • Stroma (noun)

    The tissue structure of an organ, etc., that serves to support it.

  • Parenchyma (noun)

    The functional connective and supporting tissue.

  • Parenchyma (noun)

    The cellular tissue, typically soft and succulent, found chiefly in the softer parts of leaves, pulp of fruits, bark and pith of stems, etc.


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