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BIOL 197L - Lab #6: PLANT MORPHOLOGY, GROWTH, MICROANATOMY, AND TRANSPORT

BIOL 197L - Lab #6: PLANT MORPHOLOGY, GROWTH, MICROANATOMY, AND TRANSPORT

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BIOL 197L - Lab #6: PLANT MORPHOLOGY, GROWTH, MICROANATOMY, AND TRANSPORT

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  1. BIOL 197L - Lab #6: PLANT MORPHOLOGY, GROWTH, MICROANATOMY, AND TRANSPORT

  2. Identify:

  3. Node

  4. Identify:

  5. Internode

  6. Identify (the structure that develops into flowers and branches):

  7. Axillary or lateral bud

  8. Identify:

  9. Petiole

  10. Identify:

  11. Blade

  12. Identify: StructurePrimarily present in Monocots or Eudicots?

  13. Fibrous rootsMonocots

  14. Identify: StructurePrimarily present in Monocots or Eudicots?

  15. TaprootEudicots

  16. Identify:StructurePurpose

  17. Root hairsIncreased surface area for the uptake of water and nutrients

  18. Identify:StructurePurpose

  19. Identify:

  20. Identify:StructurePurpose

  21. Undifferentiated vascular traces

  22. Identify:StructurePurpose

  23. Axillary or lateral bud

  24. Identify:

  25. Leaf primordia

  26. Identify:

  27. Xylem

  28. Identify:

  29. Vascular tissue that is differentiating into vessel elements of the xylem

  30. Plants are characterized by which type of growth?

  31. Indeterminate growth

  32. Stems that grow underground:

  33. Rhizomes

  34. Roots that grow aboveground

  35. Adventitious roots

  36. What are the four primary functions of roots?

  37. (1) Anchorage of the plant in soil(2) Absorption of water and minerals from the soil(3) Conduction of water and minerals from the region of absorption to the base of the stem(4) Starch storage to varying degree

  38. Identify:

  39. Primary root

  40. Identify:

  41. Secondary root

  42. Plants have three main tissue systems, what are they?

  43. DermalGroundVascular

  44. Identify:

  45. Monocot root

  46. Identify:StructurePurpose

  47. XylemTransportation of water and nutrients

  48. Identify:What does it contain?

  49. Stele, or vascular cylinderContains the vascular tissues

  50. The root is the only plant organ that has a vascular cylinder