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Plant biology - Plant Anatomy: Overview  related topic: Botany
Botany online: the internet hypertextbook
Evolution of Land Plants Grasslands, Tropical Rain Forests, Lifestyles of Animals and Plants, How Seeds Travel, How Plants Reproduce, How Seeds Germinate, The Two Seed Types of Flowering Plants
Online biology book a tip
Plant biology comprehensive source of information about plants (horticulture), a tip
Plant biology to understand the processes through which plants function
Plant biology images Plant biology images
Plant biology images a large number of microscopic and macroscopic images
Plant physiology Cells: structure and function, Cell Types, Plant Tissues, Plant Cytology, Root, Stem, Leaf Morphology, Soils/fertilization, Diffusion, Osmosis, Mineral Nutrition, Diffusion/Osmosis, Transpiration, Mineral Nutrition, Osmosis, Enzymes, Photosynthesis, Light and Light Reactions, Seed Germination, Dormant Seeds Phototropism, Phototropism, Gravitropism, Cell Growth, Rapid & Sustained, Pea Stem Growth, Gibberellins, Cytokinins & Cell Cycle, Leaf Senescence, Fruit Ripening, Phytochrome, Photoperiodism
Plant physiology plant physiology
Plant physiology and photosynthesis water and mineral transport, sucrose transport, gas exchange, photosynthesis, chloroplast
Plant physiology online
Plant structure 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
Plant structure 2 Monocots and Dicots
Plant structure and growth roots anchor the plant, absorb minerals and water,conduct water and nutrients, and store food, the shoot system consists of vegetative shoots which produce leaves and floral shoots that end with the flower
Plant taxonomy systematic botany, plant nomenclature, vascular plants, biosystematics
Plant biology - Plant Anatomy  related topic: Botany
Anatomy of wood the microscopic cellular structure of wood, including annual rings and rays, produces the characteristic grain patterns in different species of trees, anatomy of wood, microscopic structure and grain of wood, stem & root anatomy
Cell Diagram
Flowering plant reproduction The plant life cycle has mitosis occurring in spores, produced by meiosis, that germinate into the gametophyte phase, ...
Flower structure the structure of a flower, flower structure, Stigma the receptive part of the female reproductive organs on which pollen germinates, Style the elongated part of a carpel, bearing the stigma, usually at its tip, Ovary the hollow basal region of a carpel, containing one or more ovules, pdf file
Flower structure
Flower structure
Flowering Plant Reproduction
Fruit Development
How do trees transport water? How do trees transport water? How do large trees, such as redwoods, get water from their roots to the leaves?
Images of Leaves, Stem, Root and Woody Tissues Sun vs Shade leaves, Aquatic leaves, Xeric or dry leaves, Mesic or leaves from 'typical" climates, C4 leaves with Kranz anatomy, Types of roots and root tissues, Symbiotic root relationships with mycorrhizae and N-fixing bacteria, Woody Tissues, Basics of woody growth: xylem, phloem, cortex, Basics of bark, Stem tissue
Mitosis review plant mitosis
Moss: life cycle of a moss animation
Moss life cycle moss life cycle, Sporophyte, Meiosis, Spores, Protonema, Mitosis, Gametophyte, Archegonium - Egg, Antheridium - Sperm, Fertilisation, Zygote
Noncyclic photophosphorylation
Phloem transport carbon compounds produced by photosynthesis in the leaves are distributed throughout the plant by the specialized conducting tissue known the phloem
Photosynthetic pigments
Photosynthetic process the energy in sunlight is introduced into the biosphere by a process known as photosynthesis, which occurs in plants, algae and some types of bacteria, oxygenic photosynthesis, light absorption, synthesis of carbohydrates. Photosynthesis can be defined as the physico-chemical process by which photosynthetic organisms use light energy to drive the synthesis of organic compounds
Photosynthesis Photosynthesis, Light dependent reactions, photophosphorylation, Cyclic photophosphorylation, Noncyclic photophosphorylation, Light independent reactions, Carbon fixation, Calvin cycle
Photosynthesis The Dark Reactions of Photosynthesis, Assimilation of Carbon Dioxide And The Calvin Cycle
Photosynthesis Photosynthesis, Light dependent reactions, photophosphorylation, Cyclic photophosphorylation, Noncyclic photophosphorylation, Light independent reactions, Carbon fixation
Photosynthesis - carbon metabolism the incorporation of CO2 into carbohydrates
Photosynthesis what is photosynthesis, leaves and leaf structure, nature of light, chlorophyll and accessory pigments, structure of the chloroplast and photosynthetic membranes, stages of photosynthesis, light reactions, dark reaction
Photosynthesis 1 chloroplast compartments, energy source for ATP formation, overall redox reaction, electron transport, overall energy source, events during light reaction, cyclic photophosphorylation, equation for light reaction, fate of excited pigment molecules
Photosynthesis 2 Calvin experiment, Calvin cycle reactions, equation for dark reaction, Calvin cycle experiment, basic equation of photosynthesis, dark reactions, C4 plants, C4 photosynthesis
Photosynthesis 3 photosynthesis is the process by which plants, some bacteria, and some protistans use the energy from sunlight to produce sugar, which cellular respiration converts into ATP, the "fuel" used by all living things. The conversion of unusable sunlight energy into usable chemical energy, is associated with the actions of the green pigment chlorophyll
Photosynthesis and its applications
Photosynthesis and the web a tip
Photosynthesis - light reactions photosynthesis is the physico-chemical process by which photosynthetic organisms use light energy (photo) to drive the synthesis of organic compounds
Plant anatomy introduction to plant structure, vascular tissues, plant cells, anatomy of stems, analysis of plant genes, anatomy of leaves, meristems, growth, & differentiation, anatomy of roots, epidermis, vascular cambium, simple tissues
Plant Anatomy for Ethnobotanists Plant Anatomy
Plant and plant cell image database This library of over 31,000 photographic images of plant species and plant habitats is intended for public as well as professional use. The web images may be used as presented for non-commercial purposes only
Plant Chromosome Numbers (IPCN) Plant Chromosome Numbers
Plant cells, tissues, and tissue systems plant cells, tissues, and tissue systems, the three different tissue systems (dermal, ground, and vascular) and see how they function in the physiology of a plant
Plant hormones abscisic acid, auxins, cytokinins, ethylene, gibberellins
Plant hormones
Plant hormones Classes of plant hormones, Abscisic acid, Auxin, Cytokinin, Ethylene, Gibberellin
Plant hormones, nutrition and transport plant hormones, nutrition and transport
Plant life cycles and angiosperm development
Plant tissues image database
Plant tissue systems cells are arranged in tissues such as epidermis, cork or pith. Several tissues make up a plant system
Plant water regulation Plant water regulation, a plant requires water as an essential ingredient of photolysis, the photochemical stage of photosynthesis where water is split using light energy. This is the part of the process in which a plant obtains its' energy, and thus illustrates the importance of water to a plant
Plant Water Relations Water Potential Concept
Plasmolysis plasmolysis occurs when a plant cells membrane shrinks away from its cell wall.  This phenomenon occurs when water is drawn out of the cell an into the extracellular (outside cell) fluid
Reproductive morphology of flowering plants
Seeds and seed germination seeds and seed germination
Seeds and seed germination
Seeds and seed germination
Transpiration & translocation
Tree basics swf file
Vegetative propagation natural vegetative propagation
Vegetative propagation natural vegetative propagation
Water and mineral transport water and mineral transport
Water and solute transport in trees Water and solute transport in trees, pdf file
Why do leaves turn color in fall
Why do trees die? Why do trees die? pdf file
Woody tissue- xylem, phloem and ray tissue Annual Growth rings, Ring-porous wood, diffuse porous wood, The vascular cambium, Heartwood, xylem vessels

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