Alter the lipid composition to have longer fatty acyl tails and fewer double bonds.
If the plant does not have a tissue in the soil it will not be able to absorb water and nutrients from the soil and necessary for the development of the plant.
As we know, plants need to absorb water and nutrients for their development, however, what many do not know is that the plant can only absorb water and nutrients from the soil, through its roots and the tissues in those roots that are in direct contact with the soil (like xylem, for example).
For this reason, we can say that if a plant does not have tissues in contact with the soil it will be very affected, because it will not be able to assimilate nutrients and water that are indispensable for its development.
it would lose carbohydrates and lack nutrient storage
The ground tissue of a plant is responsible for storing carbohydrates produced by the plant. If the plant lacked ground tissue