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FC: Plant Structure | By: James Levinski Delwin Young Laneisa Maldonado

1: Leaves | Leaves are a primary photosynthesis. The stems of some pants have specialties like the spines of a cactus and tendrils of a garden pea are modified leaves. The cuticle is a cover that helps with the chloroplast. Stomata are one of the many openings in a leaf or a stem of a plant that enable gas exchange to occur. The different type of cells within a leaf are Epidermis. The outer nonvecular, nonsensitive layer of the skin, covering the true skin or corium. The Mesophyll, the soft chlorophyll-containing tissue of a leaf between the upper and lower layers of epidermis. The Palisade a layer of elongated mesophyll cells containing many chloroplasts, situated below the outer epidermis of a leaf blade. Also the Spongy having the absorbent characteristics of a sponge; absorbing or holding liquid or yielding liquid when pressed. Leaves are a primary photosynthesis. The stems of some pants have specialties like the spines of a cactus and tendrils of a garden pea are modified leaves. The cuticle is a cover that helps with the chloroplast. Stomata are one of the many openings in a leaf or a stem of a plant that enable gas exchange to occur.

2: ROOTS | Roots are made to absorb and store water and minerals from the soil for the plant. The taproot system has large control roots where smaller roots branch and fibrous root system is made of many roots around the same size. Dicots, such as carrots and radishes use the taproot system while monocots use the fibrous root system. Root hairs are slender projections of the cell membrane.

3: CENTRAL VACUOLE | The central vacuole is a large cavity, or sac, that is found in plant cells or protozoans and contains air or partially digested food.

4: Plants | Anglo sperms plants produce flowers. A sepal protect the plant from getting damage while its a bud. Petals attract poll, nator, also the colors attract birds and bees. The two partsof a stemen is the Anther , and the filaent, it produces pollen. Those are male parts of the plant. Stiggma, style, Ovary, Ovules are produced. Those are the female parts in the plant.

5: STEMS | The stem supports the leaves and house the vascular tissue, which transports substances between the roots and the leaves. A cactus, for example, is a stem that stores waters. The vascular bundles are surrounded by ground tissue in Monocots. In Dicot stems, the vascular bundles are arranged in a ring.

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