Plant Lecture 1 Blackboard

Plant Lecture 1 Blackboard - Biology 102 Unit 3 - Plant...

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Biology 102 Unit 3 - Plant Biology Lecture 1 Introduction to (Flowering) Plant Biology
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Basic Angiosperm Morphology Fig. 35.2
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Root System - Adaptations Symbiotic Rhizobium Root hairs
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Root System (35.4) Prop Buttress Air roots Aerial Storage
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Angiosperm morphology Fig. 35.2
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Angiosperm Shoot System - Stems (Fig 35.5) Tubers Bulbs Rhizome Runner
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Shoot System – Leaves (Fig 35.7)
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Leaf Adaptations
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Angiosperms Tissues 1. Dermal 2. Ground 3. Vascular (35.8)
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Plant Cells
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Vascular Tissues 1.Xylem
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Vascular tissue 2. Phloem
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Angiosperm Growth “Indeterminate” Life cycles Annuals Biennials Perennials
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Role of Plant Meristems Figure 35.10
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Figure 35.18 Stem – Secondary growth
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Part II Transport in Vascular Plants (Ch. 36)
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What are the problems?
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Materials that need transport 36.2
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Transport step 1: Getting into the plant 36.10 Symbiotic Mycorrhizae Where it all begins:
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The driving force of movements Figure 36.3 Proton pumps
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Proton pumps coupled to uptake
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course BIO 102 taught by Professor Doll during the Spring '08 term at Loyola Chicago.

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Plant Lecture 1 Blackboard - Biology 102 Unit 3 - Plant...

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