Most terrestrial plants anchor themselves to the ground using roots that also take up water and nutrients that the plant needs. The shoot above the ground, called stem, serves simultaneously to produce and support leaves and branches and to transport the assimilation products processed in the leaves to the plant’s storage organs. Cells and cell organelles. Plastids. Nuclear division and cell division. Vacuole and cell wall. Spherosomes. Storage areas in the cell. Meristem, parenchyma, aerenchyma, epidermis. Trichomes and emergences. Supporting tissue. Conducting tissue. Vascular bundles and their arrangement in the stem. Secondary growth of the stem. Wood and bast secondary tissue. Vegetative apex. Leaf formation. Stomata. Leaf stalk. Leaf formation and habitat. The root. Secondary growth of the root. Symbiosis. Flowers. Meiotic nuclear division in pollen mother cells. Structure of the ovary. Development of the embryo sac. Pollen tube. Double fertilization. Embryo and endosperm development. Seed and fruit.
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