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Parenchyma tissues are supporting tissues .They have thin walled cells

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Parenchyma is a soft filling tissue present in the plant.
Parenchyma is present in the xylem and thus called xylem parenchyma which consists of living parenchyma cells associated with the xylem,
These cells serve as storage for food (starch & sugar) and also helps in the conduction of water & minerals.