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Plant Morphology & Anatomy

Diagram of Dicot Plant Activity 24.2 Roots node bud internode} Open the Roots simulation on the BiologyOne CD. Roots function to anchor the plant to the soil and to absorb water and nutrients from the soil.

Plant Anatomy and Morphology

8 ROOT ANATOMY Woody Dicot or Gymnosperm - Secondary Growth A woody dicot or gymnosperm root in secondary growth looks very similar to a stem in secondary growth.

Key to Woody Dicots

Leaves without stipules or with small stipules that do not extend across the stem; corollas either not tubular or absent; plants small shrubs to small trees, not sprawling. Woody Dicot Key Page 4

CMG GardenNotes #135 Plant Structures: Flowers - Colorado ...

have sepals and petals in fours, fives, or multiples thereof. Monocots typically have flower parts in threes or multiples of three. [Figure 2] Figure 2. Monocot and dicot flowers

Monocot vs. dicot

Monocot vs. dicot •Angiosperms (flowering plants) are divided into monocots and dicots •As the zygote grows into the embryo, the first leaves of the young sporophyte develop and are called as cotyledons (seed leaves)

Taxonomic diversity of stomata in dicot flora of a district ...

African Journal of Biotechnology Vol. 8 (6) , pp. 1052-1055, 20 March, 2009 Available online at http: //www. academic journals. org/AJB ISSN 1684-5315 © 2009 Academic Journals Full Length Research Paper Taxonomic diversity of stomata in dicot flora of a district tank (N. W. F. P. ) in Pakistan ...

Dicot Root Apex

Dicot Root Apex Drawing 1. Sketch the root apex showing the basic structures and location of the apical meristem, primary meristems, and root cap.

A. Leaf Morphology

- 2 - B. Dicot Leaf Structure Examine a prepared slide of a lilac, Syringa, or similar leaf. Note the large midvein. As you scan your section locate the many branching veins, some of which will be in longitudinal section while others are in cross section.

Botany. Homework Chapter 6

Botany. Homework Chapter 6 1. In a mature, woody dicot stem, the tissue between the xylem and the phloem is the A) vascular cambium. B) cortex. C) apical meristem.

Primary stems and variations in l i g h t h a r v e s t i n g ...

There are a number of types of vascular bundle in stems and a common type is the collateral bundle with phloem external to xylem as shown in Figure 2 ( in this weeks AV) A, B and C. View the dicot and monocot collateral bundles in Slides 1 and 2 in your carrel box, compare the monocot vascular bundle ...