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Plant Anatomy An Applied Approach (Lecture ppt) Ch02_MeristemsAndMeristematicGrowth

Plant Anatomy An Applied Approach (Lecture ppt) Ch02_MeristemsAndMeristematicGrowth

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    Ch. 2 Meristems and meristematic growth
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Tissue Meristematic tissue Permanent tissue ?
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Growth undifferentiated type Adding to the number of cells The enlargement of cells dedifferentiated type Adventitious roots and buds Callus tissue Many forms of vegetative propagation and grafting p. 14 p. 14
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Meristems Apical meristems Root tip Shoot tip Intercalary meristems Lateral meristems Vascular cambium Phellogen (cork cambium) Stem L.S. Primary growth Secondary growth p. 14 p. 14 A I L
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Secondary growth - Epidermis Phellem (cork cell layer) Phellogen (cork cambium) Phelloderm Cortex Periderm p. 265 p. 265 p. 250 p. 250
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http://generalhorticulture.tamu.edu/HORT604/Lecture Suppl/AnatomyOrgans/AnatomyOrgans05.htm
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Leaves- cells continue to divide dicotyledon monocotyledon- basal zoon p. 14, 15 p. 14, 15
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Certain monocotyledon have secondary growth in stem thickness Palms little distance between successive leaf scars periderm Cordyline
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