Sap from a grape vine (Vitis vinifera)

Sap from a grape vine (Vitis vinifera)

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Caption: Sap from a grape vine (Vitis vinifera). Sap within woody plants is carried upwards in xylem elements of the central stem. Grape vines have a high root pressure so that if stems are cut in early spring before leaves develop, the sap bleeds profusely, as here.

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Keywords: botanical, botany, central stem, crop, flora, flower, grape vine, high root pressure, industry, nature, plant physiology, sap, vitis vinifera, woody plants, xylem elements

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