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  • 1. Where do the rights of one specie start and the other ones end?
  • 2. ANATOMY OF A VASCULARPLANT
  • 3.  They represent the most extensive group of plants in the Plantae Kingdom. There are around 250.000 species of angiosperms identified and classified. They are known for their flowers, fruits and cormophyte characteristics.
  • 4.  All of them have flowers. They produce seeds. They have endosperm within the seed. They produce fruits that contain the seed.
  • 5. HERBS SHRUBS TREES
  • 6. RootSeed StemFruit Leaf Flower
  • 7.  The root system is the subterranean or underground part of the plant body while the shoot is the aboveground part. The plant root has no leaves, nodes, internodes and buds.
  • 8. A hard, protective rootcap at the tip of the root.Absence of the pith.Presence of endodermis.Presence of pericyclenext to the endodermis.
  • 9. Region of Cell Region of Cell Division Region of Cell Elongation Differentiation and Maturation.•Which includes the apical •Where individual cells •Where the different meristem protected by the elongate and force the tissues of the root get root cap. root tip to move forward their own characteristics through the soil. and functions. •It´s very short.
  • 10. Anchorage Absorption and Storage: Photosynthesis: Aeration: Movement: Reproduction: and support. conduction:•The plant •The plant •The root •Some roots •Plants that •In many •The plant root system root system serves as are capable of grow in bulb- and root system anchors the absorbs storage organ performing stagnant corm-forming also serves as plant in the water, oxygen for water and photosynthesi water or other plants, contra a natural soil and and nutrients carbohydrates s, as in the watery places ctile means of provides from the soil . epiphytic have modified roots pull the perpetuating physical in mineral orchids and roots plant a species. support. solution, aerial roots of called pneum downward mainly mangrove. atophores to into the soil through the which oxygen where the root hairs. from the air environment •They are diffuses. is more capable of stable. absorbing inorganic nutrients in solution even against concentration gradient.