CBP PP4 Plant Nutrition

CBP PP4 Plant Nutrition - CBP PP4 Plant Nutrition

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LR/CC/CBP Plant Organs Stem Leaf Root Shoots Flowers Seeds
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LR/CC/CBP Plant Tissues Only a few major cell types Derived from 3 tissue groups L Ground Tissue Parenchyma, Collenchyma, Sclerenchyma L Dermal tissue Epidermal cells, stomata, trichomes, root hairs, cork L Vascular tissue Xylem, tracheids, tracheary elements Phloem, sieve tubes,companion cells
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LR/CC/CBP PARENCHYMA
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LR/CC/CBP COLLENCHYMA
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LR/CC/CBP SCLERENCHYMA
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LR/CC/CBP GYMNOSPERMS ANGIOSPERMS
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LR/CC/CBP Meristems Cells which can divide to produce new tissues The apical meristem , contains the Initial Cells Further division forms the 3 primary meristems L Protoderm Dermal tissues L Ground meristem Ground tissues L Procambium Primary vascular tissues
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LR/CC/CBP Development Growth L Increase in tissue size L Coordinated cell division and enlargement Morphogenesis L Change in shape of cells Differentiation L Change in gene expression L Forms new cell types
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LR/CC/CBP The Stem Growth of stem through division in primary meristems Vascular cambium in Dicots Secondary thickening through continued cell division Stem increases in diameter Monocots lack secondary meristem
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LR/CC/CBP Number of seed leaves (cotyledons) present in the seed Reflects a major division in flowering plants Associated with many key anatomical and physiological differences
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LR/CC/CBP DICOT STEM
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LR/CC/CBP MONOCOT STEM
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This note was uploaded on 07/04/2011 for the course BIO microbiolo taught by Professor Point during the Spring '09 term at HKU.

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CBP PP4 Plant Nutrition - CBP PP4 Plant Nutrition

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