Bio 112 Exp 8

Bio 112 Exp 8 - Gynosperms No Flowers, produce seeds in...

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Gynosperms – No Flowers, produce seeds in cones Angisoperms – Grow flowers Monocotyledons – Plants with a single seed leaf Dicotledons – Plants with two seed leaves Roots Zone of cellular elongation – Cell enlargement region Region of maturation – Where they undergo differentiation into specialized cells Epidermis – The outermost layer of the cell Cortex – Contains rounded cells adapted for food storage Vascular Cylinder – “Stele” contains the pericycle Pericycle – Layer of parenchyma cells that can produce secondary roots, xylem, and ploem. Tap Root – Will have a major primary root with secondary roots growing laterally from the primary root. Fibrous Root – Has many individual roots originating from the base of the plant with few branching sec. Stem Bark – Exterior of a woody system Wood – Interior Epidermis is a single layer of cells which functions to protect from damage and water loss Parenchyma Cells – Comprise the cortex and pith regions Cortex and Pith – Storehouse for food
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2011 for the course BIO 220 taught by Professor Drjf during the Spring '11 term at Belhaven.

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Bio 112 Exp 8 - Gynosperms No Flowers, produce seeds in...

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