Lecture 5_Ground Tissue System

Lecture 5_Ground Tissue System - BIS001C A01-A20 FQ 2008...

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Unformatted text preview: BIS001C A01-A20 FQ 2008 Professor Sharman ONeill BIS1C Topic 4-6 PLANT TISSUE SYSTEMS I. Introduction: Building a Plant II. Meristems give rise to Primary Tissues III. Organization of Three Primary Tissues A. Refer to 3-D Flowering Plant IV. Examine Each Tissue System separately: A. Dermal (Topic 4) B. Ground (Topic 5) C. Vascular (Topic 6) V. Summary Three primary meristems are: I. Protoderm A. Dermal Tissue System (D) or Epidermis B. Cells Types (Slides) II. Ground Meristem A. Ground Tissue System (G) B. Cells Types (Slides) III. Procambium A. Vascular Tissue System (V) B. Cells Types (Xylem and Phloem, Slides) IV. Organization of Three Primary Tissues Handout: Flowering plant body with cross sections lowering Plant Body, with Cross Sections Leaf Stem Root Ground Tissue System Ground Tissue System I. Structure II. Function III. Cell Types A. Typical 1. Parenchyma B. Specialized 1. Collenchyma 2. Sclerenchyma a. Fibers b. Sclereids round Tissue System- Parenchyma Cells: storage ype, in this case for starch ed Kidney Bean Cotyledon Parenchyma cells: I stains for starch, looks brown! Where is the tarch? leshy Fruit Parenchyma Cells: Note Yellow-colored Plastids arenchyma cells of potato tuber: amyloplasts...
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Lecture 5_Ground Tissue System - BIS001C A01-A20 FQ 2008...

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