Learning Objectives

After completing this laboratory topic, students should be able to:

1 Understand the functional anatomy of roots, stems, and leaves.

  1. Recognize the anatomical differences between the vegetative organs of monocots and dicots.
  2. Recognize how environmental selection results in modifications of plant anatomy.
  3. Use a leaf key to identify trees.
  4. Create a leaf skeleton.

•Th-: ¿ngimpcrmh »>: flowering plann arc the chief source* offood, hever ago. mciiu.1110. wood, hcrin and spier*, doth, pcrnimc^ wrgetaMc oik, and mix h m»arc. Wohin the floweriiie planrs there arc two jrnKijn the monocots and dicot* Some familiar monocots include all grises, palm ticcs. occhidi. anil lilies wink dicot» are exemplified by oak*, maples, mint* and ro*cs.

6. Use knowledge of plant anatomy to practice supermarket botany.

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