Bio 101 2010 Final Exam Questions Ch.34,35,36,38 Answer Keys

Bio 101 2010 Final Exam Questions Ch.34,35,36,38 Answer...

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Chapters 34,35,36 and 38 outlines Roots and Mineral Nutrition - Chapter 36 Tap root, fibrous roots, lateral roots and root hairs Root tip, root cap and growth Plant Tissue Systems Eudicot (dicot) versus monocot root Primary Root Tissue System Dermal: epidermis and root hairs Ground: cortex and storage Vascular: xylem and phloem Lateral root and pericycle Pathways of Water & Dissolved Mineral Ions Epidermis: osmosis, diffusion and active mineral ion uptake Symplast, apoplast through cortex Endodermis: symplast and entry into to xylem Casperian Strip Eudicot and Monocot roots: o Xylem: root to leaf o Phloem: sink to source (when required) Woody Roots: Bark: inner and outer Wood Vascular cambium: secondary phloem, secondary xylem Cork cambium: cork cells, cork parenchyma Root types: prop, buttress, aerial, epiphyte Factors in Soil Formation: Weathering Essential components: inorganic minerals, organic molecules, soil air and water
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2011 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Martin during the Fall '08 term at Rutgers.

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Bio 101 2010 Final Exam Questions Ch.34,35,36,38 Answer...

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