The presence of which tissue in conducting bundles distinguishes dicotyledonous plants from monocotyledonous plants?

In monocotyledons, unlike dicotyledons, there is no educational tissue (meristem; cambium) and therefore the stem and root, as a rule, do not grow in thickness.

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