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Plant Structure and Transport Notes

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Form & Function in Flowering Plants ? Structure; Transport Categories: Life Spans: Annuals ? go through complete life cycle in one year or less Biennials ? go through life cycle over a two year period Perennials ? live for many years and typically reproduce yearly Classes: Monocots Dicots http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/glossary/gloss8/monocotdicot.html Plant Form and Function: Cells and Tissues: Primary growth: Apical Meristem ? transverse in position thus contributes primarily to an increase in length of the organ ? Fundamental tissues Procambium Ground meristem Protoderm Calyptrogen (only in roots) ? Primary Permanent Tissues
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