Unformatted text preview: pneumatophores Plant Transport I. Leaves a. Vascular tissue: vascular bundles = veins, xylem + phloem b. Eudicot vs. monocot: differences in blade, venation pattern, presence of petiole c. Modified leaves: spines, tendrils, bud scales, bulbs, succulent leaves II. Stems a. Functions: support, internal transport, produce new tissue b. External structure: bud, bud scales, node, internode, leaf scar, bundle scar, lenticle c. Internal structure (Eudicot): dermal tissue, ground tissue, vascular tissue d. Internal structure (Monocot): epidermis w/ cuticle, ground tissue, vascular bundles, monocot stems e. Secondary growth: vascular cambium, cork cambium III. Transport a. H 2 O potential (ψ), root pressure, guttation, tension-cohesion model...
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- Fall '08
- Plant anatomy, vascular tissue, Plant Transport, Specialization of Roots