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Plant Structures and Growth BIOL 1407
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Root System Environment: Soil Functions: Anchorage Absorbs water and minerals Transport Photo Credit: Rasbak van TeunSpaans, Wikimedia Commons
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Root Hairs Close to tip of root Root hairs extensions of epidermal cells ↑ surface area ↑ absorption
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Shoot System Environment: Atmosphere Functions: Photosynthesis Transport Support Reproduction Photo Credit: Doyle Cross, El Yunque Cloud Forest, Puerto Rico 2007
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Shoot System Organs: Stems Leaves Flowers
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Unformatted text preview: Photo Credit: Joseph Amana, Biology Student, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center 2005 Growth Indeterminate growth Grow throughout life Primary growth Secondary growth Photo Credit: Pam Wolfe, Zilker Botanical Gardens 2008 Meristems Growth Zones Apical Meristems At tips of roots & shoots Primary Growth Meristems Lateral Meristems Only in woody plants Cylinder in mature roots and stems Secondary Growth Wood Bark...
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