2 edition of Plant structure and development found in the catalog.
Plant structure and development
Terence P. O"Brien
|Contributions||McCully, Margaret E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 114 p. illus. ;|
|Number of Pages||114|
The early embryo is linear with apical meristems on either end and one or two seed leaves or axis below the cotyledons is called the hypocotyl, at the tip of which is the radicle that gives rise to the primary root of the seedling. The axis above the attachment of the cotyledons is the epicotyl, which also ends in an apical some seeds, the first foliage leaves . This modernised new edition covers all aspects of comparative plant structure and development, arranged in a series of chapters on the This modernised new edition covers all aspects of comparative plant structure and development, arranged in a series of chapters on the stem, root, leaf, flower, pollen, seed and : Paula Rudall.
Traditional plant anatomy texts include primarily descriptive aspects of structure, this book not only provides a comprehensive coverage of plant structure, but also introduces aspects of the mechanisms of development, especially the genetic and hormonal controls, and the roles of plasmodesmata and the : Charles B. Beck. A plant has two organ systems: 1) the shoot system, and 2) the root system. The shoot system is above ground and includes the organs such as leaves, buds, stems, flowers (if the plant has any), and fruits (if the plant has any). The root system includes those parts of the plant below ground, such as the roots, tubers, and rhizomes.
In a plant’s male reproductive organs, development of pollen takes place in a structure known as the microsporangium (Figure ). The microsporangia, which are usually bilobed, are pollen sacs in which the microspores develop into pollen grains. And it is those structure–function aspects that are emphasized here, underlining Evert's view that a ‘thorough knowledge of the structure and development of cells and tissues is essential for a realistic interpretation of plant function ’ (Preface, page xv).Cited by:
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Traditional plant anatomy texts include primarily descriptive aspects of structure, this book not only provides a comprehensive coverage of plant structure, but also introduces aspects of the mechanisms of development, especially the genetic and hormonal controls, and the roles of plasmodesmata and the by: Cambridge Core - Plant Sciences - An Introduction to Plant Structure and Development - by Charles B.
BeckAuthor: Charles B. Beck. "Plant Structure: Function and Development, first published inremained in print for such a short time that many of us missed the opportunity to purchase a copy (I have been working with a tattered photocopy for the past 7 years).
The authors note in the preface that "complex plants, particularly woody plants have survived eons of Cited by: This revision of the now classic Plant Anatomy offers a completely updated review of the structure, function, and development of meristems, cells, and tissues of the plant body.
The text follows a logical structure-based organization. Beginning with a general overview, chapters then cover the protoplast, cell wall, and meristems, through to phloem, periderm, and secretory. An Introduction to Plant Structure and Development: Plant Anatomy for the Twenty-First Century.
growth –growth throughout the life of the plant. This unlimited growth potential is due to meristem tissue –a special, undifferentiated tissue with unlimited replicative potential. • in contrast, animals and some plant structures (e.g., flowers, thorns) exhibit determinate growth in which they stop growing when they reach a certain sizeFile Size: 3MB.
It is an auxin, a member of one of six known classes of plant growth regulators (sometimes called plant hormones), all of which have powerful influences on plant development. The five other known classes are the gibberellins, the cytokinins, abscisic acid, the gas ethylene, and the brassinosteroids.
In angiosperms, the process of seed development begins with double fertilization and involves the fusion of the egg and sperm nuclei into a zygote. The second part of this process is the fusion of the polar nuclei with a second sperm cell nucleus, thus forming a.
Plant Propagation. This book explains the following topics: The Propagation Environment, Biology of Plants, Development of Seeds, Seed Selection, Seed Production and Handling, Principles of Propagation from Seeds, Techniques of Propagation by Seeds and Cuttings, Principles of Grafting and Budding, Techniques of Grafting, Propagation by Specialized Stems and Roots.
In the third edition of her successful textbook, Paula Rudall provides a comprehensive yet succinct introduction to the anatomy of flowering plants.
Thoroughly revised and updated throughout, the book covers all aspects of comparative plant structure and development, arranged in a series of chapters on the stem, root, leaf, flower, seed and fruit.4/5(1).
An Introduction to Plant Structure and Development Plant Anatomy for the Twenty-First Century Second Edition This is a plant anatomy textbook unlike any other on the market Size: KB. An introduction to plant structure and development. Plant anatomy for the Twenty-first Century Article (PDF Available) in Annals of Botany (3):vi-vii August with 3, ReadsAuthor: Nigel Chaffey.
An Introduction to Plant Structure and Development incorporates basic knowledge of plant anatomy with contemporary information and ideas about the development of structure and form.
This textbook has been designed for undergraduates with a background in introductory botany or biology and basic knowledge of plant systematics and evolution. Chapter 35 Plant Structure, Growth, and Development. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn.
Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. structure that has potential to form a lateral shoot or branch (most are dormant) -help support young parts of plant shoot, -thicker primary walls, unevenly thickened, -lack secondary walls, -no lignin.
@bul:* Provides clear synthesis and review of hormonal and environmental regulation of plant growth and development * Contains more than illustrations supplementary information on techniques and/or related topics of interest * Single-authored text provides uniformity of presentation and integration of the subject matter * References listed.
Root growth begins with seed germination. When the plant embryo emerges from the seed, the radicle of the embryo forms the root system.
The tip of the root is protected by the root cap, a structure exclusive to roots and unlike any other plant structure. The root cap is continuously replaced because it gets damaged easily as the root pushes.
Structure and Development of the Plant Body—An Overview. Search for more papers by this author. Book Author(s): Ray F. Evert. Katherine Esau Professor of Botany and Plant Pathology, Emeritus University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA.
Development of the Plant Body. References. Citing Literature. Esau's Plant Anatomy: Meristems, Cells, and. This book is not a survey of the whole of plant development but is meant to concentrate on the possible component cellular and molecular processes involved.
Consequently, a basic knowledge of plant structure is assumed. The facts of plant morphogenesis can be obtained from the books listed in the General Reading seetion at the end of Chapter : Springer Netherlands.
What I'm gonna show you now, is the molecular model for flower development, which is termed the ABC model. This model was first proposed by Elliot Myerwitz, and his labmates at Cal Tech University.
And it's based on numerous studies of mutants in floral structure. The ABC model claims three types of genes that are needed for flower development. All cells of a plant are descendents of the zygote.
The question is, then, why and how do they have different structural and functional attributes. Development is the sum of two processes: growth and differentiation. To begin with, it is essential and sufficient to know that the development of a mature plant from a zygote (fertilised egg) followFile Size: KB.
Plant Botany An introduction to plant anatomy, morphology and physiology. This guide explains the following topics: Life domains and phylogeny of tree growth on Earth, Plant Cell, Tissues, Roots, The stem, Leaf, Propagation and reproduction of woody plants, Basics of woody plant physiology, Respiration, Photorespiration, Water regime of woody plants, Mineral nutrition of .The plant cell is surrounded by a cell wall which is involved in providing shape to the plant cell.
Apart from the cell wall, there are other organelles that are associated with different cellular activities. Let us have a detailed look at the plant cell, its structure, and functions of different plant cell organelles.
Plant Cell Definition.This brief and specialized book is designed for general, non-majors biology courses, and includes a brief history of vascular plant tissues, growth patterns, plant nutrition and transport, plant hormones, reproduction, and development.
PLANT STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION covers Unit V from BIOLOGY: THE UNITY AND DIVERSITY OF LIFE. Research has given us a better .