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Stolon Rhizome bulb t shoott tuber:enl stolon/rhizome for food Mono: parallel veins eudi: branched veins Bract: leave surround flowers Ground system: phtosy, support, storage Parenchyma:thin,most metabolic, phloem,leaf photo, some storage cell, least differentiated Collenchymas: thick, mechanical support, no growth restrain, Sclerenchyma: thickest, dead mature, lignin, (xylem, fibers, sclerids) Vascular cambium: adds secondary xylem and phloem Cork cambium: replaces epidermis with periderm(thicker, tougher) Stele: vascular system of a root or a stem
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Unformatted text preview: Lateral roots arise from pericycle, the outermost layer in vascular cylinder Leaves from leaf primordial, sides of apical meristem Axilary buds from meristematic cells left at the bases of leaf primordia Mesophyll: ground tissue in leaf Palisade in upper, sponge in lower for gas exchange Xylem t in leaves Secondary growth not found in monocots, but in eudicots and gymnosperms Water travel through 3 routs: transmembrane, symplastic, apoplastic Symplastic: continuum of cytosol Apoplastic: via cell walls and extracellular spaces...
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  • phloem, Plant anatomy, phloem Cork cambium, leaf primordia Mesophyll, apical meristem Axilary, surround flowers Ground

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