2-15-10- Plant Anatomy- Organs Worksheet 31

2-15-10- Plant Anatomy- Organs Worksheet 31 - BSC2011 SI...

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BSC2011 SI: 2/15/10 Instructor: Kathryn Worksheet 3 – Plant Structure Plants are not mobile and therefore cannot just move when a change in environment occurs. What advantage do plants have to deal with changes in their environment? There is little variation between plants within the same ______________________________. This is due to the fact that through the process of ___________________________________ plants have acquired very specific characteristics that are best suited for their survival. However, due to the two controls on plant form, no two plants are identical. What are these two controls? 1. 2. Plant Structure Plants are composed of organs systems, which are composed of _______________________, which are composed of __________________________, which are composed of _________________________. Three basic plant organs: roots, stems, and leaves 1. Leaves- o System: o Purpose: o Parts of a Leaf: 1. _________________________- the major flat part of the leaf
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