Plant Anatomy An Applied Approach (Lecture ppt) Ch01_MorphologyAndTissueSystems

Plant Anatomy An Applied Approach (Lecture ppt) Ch01_MorphologyAndTissueSystems

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    Ch.1 Morphology and Tissue Systems: the integrated plant body
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Ch.1 Morphology and Tissue Systems (p.237~239) Glossary (p.242~279) CD-ROM: Factfile Index- # 4: Morphology and tissue systems (p.237~239, p.4~13) PowerPoint Presentations- plant architecture (p.236) Teaching Material- cell types (p.235)
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Adaptation to aerial growth Adaptation to aerial growth Algae in aquatic environment p.6 - water or moist places Land plants (Terrestrial plants) Water obtain water: root p.6, 8 transport water: vascular bundle p.6, 8 retain water: epidermis p.7, 8 reproduction: pollen grain p.6~8 Light, UV: pigments p.7 Buoyancy: mechanical support p.6~8
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Land plants (Terrestrial Land plants (Terrestrial plants) plants) Mechanical support systems p.9~11 parenchyma collenchyma sclerenchyma Transport systems p.11~13 vascular bundle leaf, stem, root
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http://home.educities.edu.tw/joe0612/alo e7.htm Gasteria armstrongii Fig. 1.1 Some mechanical systems in monocotyledons. (a)-(b) A fleshy leaf of Gasteria . p.5 p.5 http://www.floralworld.ru/encyclopedia/plants/G asteria.html
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Fig. 1.1 Some mechanical systems in monocotyledons. (c) A mesic monocotyledon. p.5 p.5
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Fig.1.3 Juncus bufonius leaf Adaxial surface Abaxial surface Adaxial surface p.13 p.13 p.242~243 p.242~243
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Fig. 1.2 Some mechanical systems in dicotyledons. A secondarily thickened plant. p.5 p.5
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Mechanical support Mechanical support Parenchyma Collenchyma Sclerenchyma Sclereid Fibers
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    Parenchyma
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simple tissues composed on parenchyma cells primary cell wall- thin (most) and somewhat flexible cell walls primary pit fields p.268 living cells carry on most of the plant's metabolic functions generally have a large central vacuole most parenchyma cells have the ability to differentiate into other cell types under special conditions ex. injury http://botit.botany.wisc.edu/images/ 130/Plant_Cell/Electron_Micrograph s/Parenchyma_cell_EN.low.jpg Parenchyma p.263 p.263
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Primary wall of parenchyma cell Thin or thick mesophyll -- thin sometimes with lignification or suberization, thickened walls variable in shape
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This note was uploaded on 12/27/2011 for the course LSCI 103 taught by Professor K.y.liao during the Fall '11 term at National Cheng Kung University.

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Plant Anatomy An Applied Approach (Lecture ppt) Ch01_MorphologyAndTissueSystems

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