Soto Hernández, Martín
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The plant kingdom consists of multicellular eukaryotic organisms that form tissues. Their cells have a cell wall and photosynthetic pigments. They are terrestrial plants and adapted secondarily water (metalitas), vegetables are now included in the protist and plant kingdoms, they are classified as non-vascular and vascular, nonvascular can be unicellular or multicellular large (protist kingdom) with vascular tissue as conduction are multicellular cryptogams and phanerogams. The talo: vegetables included in this kingdom have a vegetative body formed by a group of undifferentiated cells in pseudotejidos, and no roots, stems and leaves, although in a more evolutionary equivalent bodies appear, but rudimentary, called rhizoids, cauloides and phyllodes. This organization is talo vegetable type and the agencies that have called talofitas. The corm: The cells of these organisms are grouped into tissues, differing in their vegetative body three organs: root, stem and leaves. This organization is kind corm and bodies that have called cormofitas.