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Table 29.1 Ten Phyla of Extant Plants
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Figure 29.1 Some highlights of plant evolution
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Figure 34.1 Monocots versus Eudicots
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Today’s Topics 34.1 How Is the Plant Body Organized? Structure and Function of Angiosperms 34.2 How Are Plant Cells Unique? Plant tissues and organs
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Plant Structure Two Main Systems Root system and Shoot system Shoot : stems, leaves, flowers roots
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Figure 34.2 Vegetative Organs and Systems
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Figure 34.3 Root Systems
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Figure 34.4 Modified Stems
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Figure 34.5 Simple and Compound Leaves
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Figure 34.6 Three Tissue Systems Extend Throughout the Plant Body
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Plant Tissues Meristematic Vascular (from procambium) xylem: tracheid vessel elements phloem sieve tubes companion cells parenchyma
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Unformatted text preview: cambium Ground (from ground meristem) parenchyma collenchyma sclerenchyma Dermal (from protoderm) Kimballs Biology Page Figure 34.8 Plasmodesmata (Part 1) Figure 34.8 Plasmodesmata (Part 2) Ground Tissue Cell Types in Plants parenchyma schlerenchyma collenchyma alive at maturity petiole support thick primary cell wall dead at maturity support stem and leaf veins hard coverings of fruit secondary cell wall On-line Biology Book active cells organelles photosynthesis large vacuoles Figure 35.11 The three major categories of plant cells Figure 35.8 Water-conducting cells of xylem Figure 35.9 Food-conducting cells of the phloem Figure 34.10 Sieve Tubes...
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