The term 'Phloem' was coined by

Options :
  1. Nageli
  2. Haberlandt
  3. Hanstein
  4. Schmidt
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 1


The term phloem was coined by Nageli, 1858 from Greek word for bark. The term Leptome was used for phloem by Haberlandt, 1914

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