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Leaf Structure and Function

Exercise I Dicot Leaf Structure Materials Needed Prepared slides of: Syringa leaf , xs or Ligustrum leaf, xs Monocot and Dicot leaf, xs Procedure Examine a prepared slide of a lilac, Syringa, or similar leaf.

Monocot seeds include

Dicots usually have one long, thick root called a taproot (see Figure 5.5). Small secondary roots $row from the taproot. The length and strength of the taproot can make a dicot plant difficult to pull out of the ground.

Leaf Structure

Observe Figure 3 for a comparison of monocot and dicot leaf anatomy. FIGURE 3 Dicot Leaf X.S. (Below) n---Cuticle Bundle Sheath Stoma and Guard cells Monocot Leaf X.S. (Betow) Bulliform Cells Stomaand Guard Cells I Cuticle Epidermis Bundle Sheath Xylem Mesophyll Spongy Epidermis

Leaf Structure Lab

Leaf Structure Lab Purpose : Compare and contrast the structures of monocot and dicot internal leaves. Materials : Prepared slides of Zea mays or corn leaves (monocot), and Lingustrum or sunflower (dicot), compound microscopes, and leaf samples.

Botany Lab Unit 3 Stem Structure and Function

This unit will explore the external morphology of woody and herbaceous stems and the internal anatomy of herbaceous dicot, woody dicot and monocot stems.

Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens Monocots and Dicots: A Crash Course in Cutting and Comparing Corn and Coleus Overview After a lecture on monocot and dicot anatomy, fresh mounts of corn and coleus stem material are used to identify tissues and cells and make ...

Monocots and Dicots Lesson Plan

Specific Expectations Understanding Basic Concepts Describe the structure and function of the components of each of the leaf, the stem, and the root of a representative vascular plant (AT MUSEUM) Differentiate between monocot and dicot plants by observing and comparing the structure of their seeds and ...

Title: Flowers, fruits and seeds

Identification of Monocots and Dicots : If you have the leaves or seeds from any of these plants the students also can classify the edible plants into monocot and dicot groups (as shown in the table 3).

Leaf Structure Illustrations

- 1 - Leaf Structure Illustrations Dicot Leaf Structure Dicot Leaf, Syringa, Cross Section Monocot Leaf, Zea , Cross Section Monocot Leaf Structure

Primary Plant Body: The Shoot System

Typical Dicot: Helianthus stem cross-section (cross-section abbreviated as "c.s.") Things to see & do: -dicot organization of 3 tissue systems (as per Fig. 9).-types tissues (i.e., parenchyma and collenchyma) in the ground tissue.-diversity of cell types in the xylem and phloem.