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Plant Science

Plant Science

Plant Science. A Unit of the Michigan State University Extension Master Gardener Curriculum. Plant Science. Topics. Plant science Plant growth and development Plant propagation. Plant Science. Plant Science. Botany Horticulture Agronomy Forestry. Plants - Physiology - Genetics

By johana
(920 views)

Chapter 10 Plant Anatomy & Physiology Michael G. Simpson

Chapter 10 Plant Anatomy & Physiology Michael G. Simpson

Chapter 10 Plant Anatomy & Physiology Michael G. Simpson. Plant Anatomy Study of tissue and cell structure of plants. (In zoology, anatomy is study of internal organs; histology is study of tissues/cells.) Plant Physiology Study of metabolic processes in plants. Cell Theory.

By mareo
(775 views)

Cell Structure and Function

Cell Structure and Function

Cell Structure and Function. Cell Structure and Function. The discovery and the basic theory of cells. Cell size and number. The two major kinds of cells. Plant cells and animal cells. Cell me mbrane (plasma membrane). Cytoplasm. Nucleus. Ribosomes.

By kayleen
(206 views)

Plant Structure

Plant Structure

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.

By keiji
(245 views)

Unit XI: Plant Structure and Function

Unit XI: Plant Structure and Function

Unit XI: Plant Structure and Function. Plant biology, perhaps the oldest branch of science, is driven by a combination of curiosity and need- curiosity about how plants work and a need to apply this knowledge judiciously to feed, clothe, and house a burgeoning human population.

By abbott
(229 views)

Why Protect A Dying Leaf?

Why Protect A Dying Leaf?

Why Protect A Dying Leaf?. Chapter # 42 – Plant Anatomy & Nutrient Transport. 42.1 - How Are Plant Bodies Organized; How Do They Grow? p. 860 42.2 - The Tissues and Cell Types of Plants? p. 862 42.3 - The Structures, Functions of Leaves, Roots, & Stems? p. 865

By kasen
(155 views)

Plant Tissues: Overview

Plant Tissues: Overview

Plant Tissues: Overview. Meristematic and Permanent Tissues. Meristematic tissues – localized regions of cell division. Apical Meristems Primary or Transitional Meristem  Primary growth Lateral Meristems Vascular cambium  2 o vascular tissue Cork cambium or phellogen  periderm

By terrence
(188 views)

Botany Basics

Botany Basics

Botany Basics. By C. McGinnis, NLHS Based on “Botany Basics”, a module by Oregon State Univ. . To begin…. Plants are essential to live on Earth and provide (directly or indirectly) the food for all living species They also… provide fuel replenish the earth's oxygen supply

By vida
(340 views)

DISEASE

DISEASE

DISEASE. Warning this Power Point may contain images that might be disturbing to some viewers. Pick your poison !. Small Pox. Scurvy. Diphtheria . Measles. SMALL POX. Small pox is a disease that starts with fever-like symptoms. Then you break out in a rash.

By camila
(195 views)

Standard Microbiological Practices

Standard Microbiological Practices

Standard Microbiological Practices. UT Biosafety Office http://biosafety.utk.edu. Standard Microbiological Practices (SMP). What are they? Basic “hygiene” practices that apply to all labs and clinics that manipulate microorganisms or biological materials that contain microorganisms.

By genero
(219 views)

Plants: Structure and Function

Plants: Structure and Function

Plants: Structure and Function. Objectives: F3.1 Describe the general structure of vascular plants Describe the structures of the various types of tissues in vascular plants. Homework: Explain the mechanisms by which materials are transported throughout the plant. What do you already know.

By arlene
(179 views)

Lab 2

Lab 2

Lab 2. Plant Tissues. Plant tissues. 1- meristematic tissues . a.Apical meristematic of root. b.Apical meristematic of stem. 2-permanent tissues: a .Ground tissue:. 1-parenchyma. 2-collenchyma. 3-schlerenchyma. b .Dermal tissue. c .vascular : 1-xylem. 2-phloem.

By jola
(153 views)

Plant tissues

Plant tissues

Plant tissues. How do we recognise them?. Where could this possibly come from?. Meristematic tissue. Meristematic tissue is composed of immature cells that grow, divide & differentiate giving rise to the other types of plant tissues. Eg. The root tip of an onion.

By zena
(113 views)

Plant Cells and Tissues

Plant Cells and Tissues

Plant Cells and Tissues. Meristematic Cells. Plants have meristematic cells which are plant stem cells. They are found at the tips of roots and branches as well as in the stem (see fig.2.4 on p.59) Meristematic cells produce specialized cells. Plant Tissues. 3 types of tissues in plants

By gage
(197 views)

Unit

Unit

Unit. Plant Science. Problem Area. Managing Plant Growth. Lesson. Transpiration in Plants. Student Learning Objectives. 1. Describe the transpiration process. 2. Identify the factors that affect transpiration. 3. Explain water movement caused at the root level. Terms. Plasmolysis

By barto
(164 views)

Plant tissues

Plant tissues

Plant tissues. Chapter 28. Body Plan: Tomato Plant . Eudicots and Monocots. Apical and Lateral Meristems. Tissues in a Buttercup Stem. Shoot Tip. Fig. 28-10d (1), p. 480. Eudicot and Monocot Stems. Leaf Structure. Tissue Organization of Roots. Eudicot and Monocot Root Structures.

By lars
(171 views)

Science and GMO-relevant technology

Science and GMO-relevant technology

Science and GMO-relevant technology. Genes and genomes – last week Genomes and their inheritance and variation Genes and their structure Important methods: Gene cloning, PCR and microarrays Biotechnology - today Basic concepts of cloning/regeneration Transformation methods

By rafiki
(91 views)

Plants and their structure

Plants and their structure

Plants and their structure. General Plant Organization. Tissue. “Histology is the study of tissues!”. Syllabus. An understanding of the relationship between structure and function as exemplified by the following: parenchyma , collenchyma, sclerenchyma, xylem & phloem

By faunia
(161 views)

Lecture 5 Classification of Nematodes on the basis of Phytoparasitism

Lecture 5 Classification of Nematodes on the basis of Phytoparasitism

Lecture 5 Classification of Nematodes on the basis of Phytoparasitism. Habitat. Majority (90%) of PPNs attack roots or other below ground plant parts such as tubers, rhizomes, suckers, bulbs etc. Ectoparasites 60% Endoparasites 30%

By ishana
(522 views)

Plant Tissues

Plant Tissues

Plant Tissues. Chapter 28 Part 1. Impacts, Issues Drought Versus Civilization. Without plants, we would die – prolonged drought can destroy crops and civilizations. 28.1 Components of the Plant Body.

By fathi
(204 views)

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