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CH_24_STUDENT_OUTLINE - Chapter 24: Plant Anatomy and...

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Chapter 24: Plant Anatomy and Nutrient Transport
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Anatomy of Flowering Plants
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Roots
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Shoots
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Monocots and Dicots
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Flowers Roots Stems Leaves Seeds MONOCOTS DICOTS
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Plant Cells Are Either Meristem Cells or Differentiated Cells
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Meristems Allow Plants to Grow Throughout Their Lives
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The Plant Body Is a Hierarchy
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Herbaceous Plants
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Woody Plants
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Land Plants Consist of Three Tissue Systems
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The Dermal Tissue System
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Dermal Tissue System: Epidermal Tissue
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Dermal Tissue System: Periderm
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The Ground Tissue System
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(a) Parenchyma (b) Collenchyma (c) Sclerenchyma
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The Vascular Tissue System
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Vascular Tissue System: Xylem
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Xylem: Tracheids
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Xylem: Vessel Elements
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vessel element tracheids element tracheids
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Vascular Tissue System: Phloem
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Phloem: Sieve-Tube Elements
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Phloem: Companion Cells
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sieve-tube element companion cell
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Leaves
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Epidermis
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2010 for the course BIOL 1002 taught by Professor Pomarico during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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