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Biology 203 Labs
... Plants Fruit Types and Fruit Classification Plant Tissues Shooting Idioblasts Root Structure Primary Stem Structure Secondary Growth and Wood Structure Leaf Structure Modified Structures Water Transport in Plants Transpiration Bryophytes Spore-Dispersing ...
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The Pines
... evergreen Male & female reproductive organs borne in cones (conifer means bearing cones) They show vigorous secondary growth with little or no pith. As for other plants considered so far they have no ...
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LAB 5
... -veined 3 Stem vascular bundles scattered Stem vascular bundles in a ring 4 No secondary growth - no true trees! Secondary growth - many woody plants 5 Fibrous rooted Tap-rooted Spider lily, Hymenocallis caribaea, and ...
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Bamboo
... , such as bamboo and palms, do not have a vascular cambium and do not exhibit secondary growth by the production of concentric annual rings. They cannot increase in girth by adding lateral ... is composed of concentric layers of dense, lignified cells containing cellulose and lignin in their secondary walls. In addition to cellulose and lignin, the thick-walled fibers of bamboo also contain ...
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Stem & Root Anatomy
... About The Forces Of Imbibition In Plants Polysacharride Gums: Hydrogels & Phycocolloids Spiral thickenings in the secondary walls of vessels and tracheids gives them the appearance of microscopic coils under high ... as corn, palms and bamboos, do not have a vascular cambium and do not exhibit secondary growth by the production of concentric annual rings. They cannot increase in girth by adding ...
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Alismatidae UW Aberystwyth Botanic Gardens
... dicots in the Cretaceous period, 100-120 Myr ago. All monocots lack the type of secondary growth (ie. wood) found in dicots and therefore it is believed that the monocots evolved from ...
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Arecidae UW Aberystwyth Botanic Gardens
... are unusual among monocots in having broad leaves and an arborescent (tree) habit (though without secondary growth). They are not deciduous and the vast majority are limited to tropical regions. Palms bear ...
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Botany online: Dermal Tissues, Parenchyma and Assimilation Tissues
... Tissues Dermal, Parenchyma and Assimilation Tissues Cell Types of the Epidermis Rhizodermis - Endodermis Secondary Dermal Tissues Ground Tissue or Parenchyma The Mesophyll, Main Assimilation Tissue of Leaves ... normally gone through secondary growth. Their primary dermal tissues are replaced by a secondary dermal tissue, the bark. The bark is produced by the phellogen, a secondary cambium, and is ...
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2000 American Penstemon Society Meeting
... does not cut his beds back each year and so there is a lot of secondary growth on the older plants. I was amazed at how woody the stems were. These species ...
www.biosci.ohio-state.edu

OSU PCMB 101 - Lecture Manual
... whole ball of wax: The vascular plant. Lecture #4 [pdf] From little acorns grow: Plant growth hormones. Lecture #5 [pdf] Exploring the world of the cell: The cell and its parts ... Exam. Lecture #15 [pdf] Reaching for the sky: Stems. Lecture #16 [pdf] Middle age spread: Secondary growth. Lecture #17 [pdf] Underground parts: Roots. Lecture #18 [pdf] A place to stand: Soil and ...
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