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Chapter 35: Plant Structure, Growth, and Development 1. What are the 3 basic plant organs? 2. What is the difference between an organ and a tissue? 3. What is a tap root? 4. What are fibrous roots? 5. What is an adventitious root? 6. What are some adaptations that roots have developed to increase absorptionof water and nutrients? 7. Which types of plant cells are dead at functional maturity? 8. Which types of plant cells lack nuclei at functional maturity?
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9. What are the functions of xylem and phloem? 10. What are some differences between tracheids and vessel elements? 11. Describe the anatomy of the leave and give the function of each characteristic. 12. What is the difference between indeterminate growth and determinant growth? 13. Describe the characteristics of collenchyma, parenchyma, and sclerenchyma. 14. What are sieve tube elements? 15. What do companion cells do in phloem? 16. What is the difference between primary and secondary growth?
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