Xylem is one of the two sorts of transport tissue in vascular plants, the other being phloem. The essential capacity of xylem is to move water from roots to stems and leaves, yet it likewise ships nutrients.[1][2] “xylem” is gotten from the Greek word ξύλον (xylon), signifying “wood”; the most popular xylem tissue is wood, however it is found all through a plant.[3] The term was presented via Carl Nägeli in 1858.[4][5]