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Unformatted text preview: PlantPhysUW425.doc 5/24/2008 23:32 Page 1 of 138 The Physiology Of Higher Plants An Outline Prepared by Michael McGoodwin (MCM) Winter/Spring 2008 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction. ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 6 Instructor And Course Website. ....................................................................................................................................................... 7 Sugar Chemistry Highlights. ............................................................................................................................................................. 7 Chapter I. Plant Cells Review of Plant Anatomy and Cellular Components. ............................................................................... 8 Meristems And Vessels; Anatomy Of Stems and Trunks . ....................................................................................................... 8 Cell Wall and Intracellular Components. ................................................................................................................................. 9 Plasmodesmata, Symplast, and Apoplast. .............................................................................................................................. 11 Chapter II. Energy And Enzymes: Entropy, Free Energy, Redox And Electrochemical Potentials. ....................................... 11 Thermodynamics: Work, Free Energy, Enthalpy, and Entropy . ............................................................................................ 12 First Law of Thermodynamics . ...................................................................................................................................... 12 Second Law of Thermodynamics. .................................................................................................................................. 12 Gibbs Free Energy and Enthalpy (Heat Content). ......................................................................................................... 13 Oxidation / Reduction (Redox) reactions. .............................................................................................................................. 14 Electrochemical Potential. ...................................................................................................................................................... 15 Proteins and Enzymes . ........................................................................................................................................................... 16 Chapter III. Water And Plant Cells . .............................................................................................................................................. 18 Water: Heat Properties . .......................................................................................................................................................... ....
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