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Plant Structure & Function
Plant Structure Root System Shoot System –Stem –Leaves –Flowers
Root System Function Anchors Absorption Transportation Storage Structure Xylem Water & minerals from roots to leaves Phloem Sugars from leaves to roots
Root Types Taproots Fibrous Roots Adventitious
Shoot System - Stems Function Supports leaves Grows toward light Transports substances between roots and leaves Structure Herbaceous Soft and green Do not survive winter Woody Increases in size due to vascular cambium Survives winter
Shoot System - Stems Herbaceous StemWoody Stem
Woody Stems Key terms to know: Vascular Cambium Sapwood Heartwood Cork/Bark Resin/oil
Shoot System - Leaves Function Photosynthesis –Uses carbon dioxide –Produces oxygen and glucose Structure Designed to capture maximum light and minimize water loss
Shoot System - Leaves Key terms to know: Cuticle Epidermis Palisade layer Spongy mesophyll Veins (xylem & phloem) Stoma & guard cells Chlorophyll (plastids) Turgor pressure
Angiosperms Known as the flowering plants Divided into two types Monocotyledons (monocots) Dicotyledons (dicots)
Monocots vs. Dicots
Specialized Tissue in Plants
Ch 23- Roots, Stems, and Leaves
Chapter 3 Lessons 2 and 3 How do Materials move through plants?
Chapter 23 Biology – Miller • Levine
Plants as Living Organisms Plant Parts and Their Functions Plant and Soil Science Topic 2014.
Unit 7 Chapter 23 Plant Structure and Function
Characteristics of Seed Plants
Chapter 23 Roots 23:2.
Photosynthesis (leaf structure)
Chapter 9 Section 3. Leaves Stems Roots Vascular tissue Reproduce by seeds which contain embryo and stored food.
Characteristics of the Plant Kingdom 1.Plants can make their own food; they are autotrophs you know! 2. Plants have many cells with walls; we call them.
Chapter 23 Roots, Stems and Leaves.
Plant Structure Chapter 35.
Plant Form & Function Plant Anatomy
Secret Life of Plants Plant Anatomy. Terms Node – place where leaf petiole attaches Internode – stem between nodes Terminal bud – at the end of a branch.
Plant Structure and Tissue
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