Blast through Botany. Scientastic. Lesson Plan Overview. Plant Body Structure Plant Cell Leaf Cross Section Vascular Tissue Plant Body Structure Angiosperm Evolutionary Tree of Plants Monocots and Dicots Flower Structure Station Lab Activity. Plant Structure: Plant Cell.By stacy
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A. Xylem. Transcript level by microarray. *. *. C. B. ChIP -PCR assay. RT-PCR assay of IAA16. Fold enrichment. Relative transcript level. shr-2. WT. pIAA16. IAA16. Fig S4. IAA16 is a direct SHR target that is repressed by SHR in the stele
Xylem. Tubes in a plant stem that carry water from the roots to the leaves. Phloem. Tubes in plant stems that carry food from the leaves to other parts of the plant. Biodiversity. The variety of different species in an area. Natural Selection.
Xylem. Transport water, and soluble mineral nutrients from the roots throughout the plant. R eplace water that is lost during transpiration and photosynthesis. Dead tissue: (hollow) Thick walls No organelles Occupy center of the vascular bundle.
Plant Structure. Lab unit 18. Focus on Angiosperms. Three vegetative organs of all flowering plants. Leaves. Stem. Roots. APICAL MERISTEMS. Shoot meristems at microscope 10x. Shoot. Root. root tip at microscope 10x. Major Tissues of vegetative organs. Shoot. Root.
Plant Structure. Terminology important for classification. Why study plant structure (anatomy)?. Useful for understanding horticultural procedures. Cell wall:. Cell membrane. Plant Structure: Cells. What are main components of plant cells. Cellulose-rich cell wall unique to plants.
Plant Structure. By Kolby Lundgren. Objectives. to understand the concept of phenotypic plasticity to know the three main plant organs and be able to recognize the adaptations that each separate organ can display to know the economic importance of plant organs
Plant Structure. Chapter 25. Plant Organs Roots Stems Leaves Monocots vs. Eudicots. Epidermal Tissue Vascular Tissue. Outline. Plant Organs. Roots Anchors plant in soil Absorbs water and minerals Produces hormones that stimulate growth of stems Root hairs:
Plant Structure. Plant Cells are Unique!!!. Plant cells have chloroplasts used during photosynthesis. Plants have a cell wall composed of cellulose located outside the cell membrane. Water Transport.
Plant Structure. Plant Tissues. A tissue is a group of cells organized to form a functional unit or a structural unit Plants have 3 tissue systems: Ground tissue (3 types) Vascular tissue (xylem and phloem) Dermal tissue (exterior). Ground tissue.