1. Discuss the function of the epidermis in roots (remember to relate structure to function for any examples that you use in your discussion). The epidermis is the outermost layer of the root and is comprised of epidermis cells. The epidermis gives r
DNA -> RNA -> Protein 1. Develop an explanation of why mRNA synthesis is called transcription. Messenger RNA is RNA that carries information from DNA to the ribosome sites of protein synthesis in the cell. Once mRNA has been transcribed from DNA, it
1. Name and discuss the structure and function of the tissue in a mature woody dicot stem, which is found between the secondary xylem and the secondary phloem. The vascular cambium lies between the secondary xylem and phloem. The cambium cells contin
1. Describe the structure of a typical woody dicot leaf in detail and explain the function for any structures that you use in your answer. Stalk (petiole) attached blade to the stem Blade (lamina) contains network or vascular bundles or veins Stipu
1. What is the function of two kinds of meristimatic tissue? Give examples of cell structures in your answer. Apical Meristems meristematic tissue found at or near tips of roots and shoots; responsible for primary growth Protoderm lies around the o
Disordered eating in athletes is characterized by a wide spectrum of
maladaptive eating and weight control behaviors and attitudes.
Concerns include: body weight and shape; poor nutrition, calorie intake, binge