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Eudicots

Stems & Leaves

Examples of herbaceous eudicots include tomatoes, marigolds, alfalfa, pansies and petunias and examples of woody eudicots include pecan trees, oaks and maples.

RAVENS CH 20 452-474

Some Flowering Plants Are Neither Monocots Nor Eudicots In Chapter 19, we discussed the two largest classes of angiosperms, the monocots and the eudicots, which between them comprise 97 percent of the members of the phylum.

Tissues and Stems and Roots LAB

Tissues and Stems and Roots LAB In this Lab you will be 1) recognizing primary and secondary growth and associated tissues. You will also be differentiating between eudicots, monocots and in some cases gymnosperms.

Diversity and Evolution of Caryophyllids

Caryophyllids Caryophyllids • First of the core eudicots we • First of the core eudicots we will examine will examine core eudicots core eudicots • = order Caryophyllales • = order Caryophyllales (sometimes Polygonales is also (sometimes Polygonales is also recognized) recognized) What are caryophyllids?

tricolpate - pollen Eudicots

Eudicots * all have exceptions characteristic features * 1. tricolpatep. ollen 2. well-differentiated sepals . and petals, often in 5’s . 3. slender filaments Ranunculus Ranunculaceae

Diversity and Evolution of Caryophyllids

Diversity and Evolution of Caryophyllids. . . carnations, cacti, chenopods . . . Caryophyllids • First of the core eudicots we will examine core eudicots • = order Caryophyllales (sometimes Polygonales is also recognized) What are caryophyllids?

RAVENS CH 31

In some groups of conifers and eudicots—mainly trees—the associations are mostly with basidiomycetes but also with certain ascomycetes; such associations are called ectomycor-rhizae.

Student Guide for Roots, Stems, and Leaves – F07

Student Guide for Roots, Stems, and Leaves - F07 Student Guide for Roots, Stems, and Leaves – F07

Ch 11- Leaves: Photosynthesis and Transpiration Leaves occur ...

Leaves occur in a vast range of forms Ch 11- Leaves: Photosynthesis and Transpiration In eudicots, the typical foliage leaf consists of: blade-petiole Many leaves also have stipules at the base of the petiole. axil

The Structure of Flowers

Angiosperms The 250,000 known species of flowering plants are called angiosperms because their ovules, unlike those of gymnosperms, are enclosed within diploid tissues at the time of pollination.