chapter36 - rev 1 roots and mineral nutrition

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Chapter 36
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Anchor Absorb Store Opportunistic relationships
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Dermal: ground tissue vascular tissue:
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Root hair Soil air Soil water Soil particles Epidermis Epidermal Root hairs No waxy cuticle – which would prevent absorption Diffuses into cortex
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Root apical meristem (area of cell division) Root cap 250 μm Root cap Root Cap Fig 36-2a
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Monocot (Fig 36-8): epidermis Cortex steele Eudicot (Fig 36-3a): .
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Cortex cells filled with amyloplasts (parenchyma) Endodermis cell Pericycle cell Phloem cell Xylem vessel Intercellular space Stele of eudicot root (Fig 36-3b)
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Unformatted text preview: Gives rise to lateral roots and meristematic tissue Conducts water and dissolved minerals Conducts sugars in seive tubes Fig 36-7 : root hair/epidermis → cortex → endodermis → pericycle → root xylem http://en.wikipedia.or g/wiki/Apoplast Xylem: Phloem: Periderm and crushed remnants of the primary tissues (outer bark) Secondary phloem (inner bark) Vascular cambium Secondary xylem (wood) Remnant of the primary xylem Remnant of primary phloem Prop Roots Buttress Roots Pneumatophores Aerial Roots...
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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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