Plant Tissue and Structures and Hormones Su10

Plant Tissue and Structures and Hormones Su10 - Plant...

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Plant Tissue & Structures Chapter 42
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Two Major Regions Root System – Shoot System –
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Broad Groups of Flowering Plants Monocots – Dicots –
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2 Major types of meristem cells Apical meristems Lateral meristems
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Types of Growth Primary Growth Secondary Growth
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Dermal Tissue System Epidermal Tissue – forms the epidermis Periderm Tissue – replaces epidermal tissue on roots & stems as plant ages
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Vascular Tissue Xylem Phloem
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Leaves Blades Broad leaf Vascular tissues Petiole
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Stomata Stomata- 2 Guard Cells
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Mesophyll Loosely packed parenchyma cells Contains chloroplasts Energy CO 2 Water
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Stems Primary growth in dicots consists of: 1. Outer, waterproof epidermis 1. Supporting & photosynthetic cells 1. Vascular tissues 1. Supporting & storage
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Stems Secondary growth in stems Vascular cambrium – Cork cambrium –
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Roots: Anchorage, Absorption Primary growth structure consists of: 1. Outer epidermis – 1. Inner vascular 1. Cortex between the two
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