BIO 103.2
1. Support
2. Protection
3. Storage
4. Reproduction
Specialized or Modified Leaves
Tendrils
Garden Pea
Spines
Leaves as Colorful Bracts
Reproductive Leaves
Kalanchoe daigremontiana
Cotyledons or “seed leaves”
Venation Types
Netted or Reticulate
Venation
Parallel Reticulated
Tissue Organizational of Leaves
Lily
Dicot
Monocot
Modified Stems
Bio 103.2 External and Internal Structure of Leaf
Bio 103.2 External and Internal Structure of Leaf
Bio 103.2 External and Internal Structure of Leaf
Bio 103.2 External and Internal Structure of Leaf
Bio 103.2 External and Internal Structure of Leaf
Bio 103.2 External and Internal Structure of Leaf
Bio 103.2 External and Internal Structure of Leaf
Bio 103.2 External and Internal Structure of Leaf
Bio 103.2 External and Internal Structure of Leaf
Bio 103.2 External and Internal Structure of Leaf
Bio 103.2 External and Internal Structure of Leaf
Bio 103.2 External and Internal Structure of Leaf
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  • Bio 103.2 External and Internal Structure of Leaf

    1. 1. BIO 103.2
    2. 2. 1. Support 2. Protection 3. Storage 4. Reproduction Specialized or Modified Leaves
    3. 3. Tendrils Garden Pea
    4. 4. Spines
    5. 5. Leaves as Colorful Bracts
    6. 6. Reproductive Leaves Kalanchoe daigremontiana
    7. 7. Cotyledons or “seed leaves”
    8. 8. Venation Types Netted or Reticulate Venation
    9. 9. Parallel Reticulated
    10. 10. Tissue Organizational of Leaves
    11. 11. Lily
    12. 12. Dicot
    13. 13. Monocot
    14. 14. Modified Stems

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