chapter33 plant development and anatomy

chapter33 plant development and anatomy - Periderm (outer...

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Monocots (class Monocotyledones) Eudicots (class Eudicotyledones)
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Herbaceous plants : soft, green succulent stems Woody plants: brown and woody stems
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Long-lived trees thrive in tropical rain forests: small, short- lived plants can’t compete …………………………………….
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Shoot system Root system: Arabidopsis Eudicot plant in the mustard family
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*Cellulose (spheres): Pectin (red fibers): Lignin http://www.ccrc.uga.edu/~mao/intro/ouline.htm#Primary%20wall%20composition
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Epidermis (Fig 33-5)
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Unformatted text preview: Periderm (outer bark) Outer protective covering of the plant Parenchyma e.g. soft flesh of apple Collenchyma Sclerenchyma Conducting cells characteristics Tracheid cell: Vessel elements: Fibers: Parenchyma Conducting cells characteristics Sieve tube element Companion cells Parenchyma cells and structural fibers Indeterminate growth - Determinate growth -Meristems Type Tissue derivative Function Primary tissue Apical (length) Secondary tissue Lateral (girth)...
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Martin during the Fall '08 term at Rutgers.

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