Maple trees are often tapped to extract the sap to make syrup. Which type of tissue is the aim of the tree tap? A) dermal B) meristem C) ground D) vascular
Answer: D. vascular The maple trees are commonly tapped in order to extract its sap and make it into a syrup. The aim of the maple tree tap is the tissue of the tree known as the vascular tissue. These tissues resemble like pipes that transport fluids within the plant.