Sruktur of plantk.docx - STRUCTURE OF PLANTS and FANGTIONS of TISSUES Part of plant 1 Root 2 Stem 3 Leaf 4 Flower 5 Fruit 6 Seed 1 ROOT A The function

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STRUCTURE OF PLANTS and FANGTIONS of TISSUESPart of plant:1.Root2.Stem3.Leaf4.Flower5.Fruit6.Seed1. ROOTA.The function root:1.Absorbing water and mineral salt2.Supporting body3.As storage of food 4.Helping respirationB.Structure of Root ( out structure)1.Root hairThe function is to enlarge absorb water, minerals and inorganic compounds from the soil 2.Root capThe function is protects the tip of root that has property very soft and easily brokenC.Structure of root (inner structure)1.EpidermisThe function is protect the inner part of the plant2.CortexTake place between the epidermis and the vascular tissuesThe function is for gaseous exchange process3.EndodermisIs a cell layer that is located between cortex and central core4.Vascular bundles are:a.Xylem vesselsThe function is to transport water and mineral salt from root to the leavesb.Phloem vesselThe function is to transport Photosynthesis products from leaves to the parts of plant
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3. STEM1.The two types of stem:a.Herbaceous stem ( tomato, chili, etc) b.Woody stem( jati's , mangoes, etc)2.Function of stema.To support leavesb.To transports water and mineral from the roots to the leavesc.To transport food ,as the result of photosynthesis in the leaves to other part of plant3.The Structure of stema. Epidermisb. Cortexc. Endodermisd.Vascular bundles are:a.Xylem vesselsThe function is to transport water and mineral salt from root to the leavesb.Phloem vesselThe function is to transport Photosynthesis products from leaves to the parts of plantc.Cambium the function is secondary grow
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The differences between monocot and dicot stem:MonocotDicot1.Has no cambium1. Has cambium2.Vascular bundles spread2. Vascular bundles arrange by circular3.The internodes present3. Internodes are not clear 4.Does not undergo secondary growth 4. Undergo secondary growth 5.Haven’t branch 5. Have branch4.LEAF1.The Function of leafa.The Place of Photosynthesisb.The place of excretions c.The place of Gaseous exchange2.The structure of leafa.Cuticle that is the part that is hard penetrated by water so it has function to press the vaporization of waterb.Upper Epidermis and lower epidermisthe function is protect the inner part of the leafc.Palisade tissue, its cells many contains chloroplast The function is for place happens photosynthesis processd.Spongy tissueThe function is place of gaseous exchange happens and help photosynthesis processe.Vein( Vascular bundle) the kind : Xylem and phloemf.Stoma, the function to the way in out airStoma
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Differences between of monocotyledon and dicotyledonous. leaf DifferencesmonocotyledondicotyledonType bone leafline, whileLike finger / fin. Leaf frond(pelepah)leaf have frondleaf haven’t frond5. FLOWER Flower is plant organ that contains reproduction organs, those are pistil and stamenThe function of flower is: a.
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