Flashcards in Other [plant anatomy] terms idk (Lab Practical #1) Deck (13):
Abundant, least specialized, thin-walled, ground tissue cell type
Used mostly for storage
Type of flexible, elongated ground tissue cell with unevenly thickened cell walls
Alive at maturity
Used for organ support
Type of ground tissue cell with lignified, tough, thick secondary cell walls
No protoplasts at maturity
Used for mechanical function and support in body structure
(two types: fibers and sclereids)
Type of parenchyma that can photosynthesize
Dermal tissue cells that flank and control stomata.
Contain chloroplasts and found on leaf epidermis, some fruits and stems.
Stomata are more numerous on underside of leaves.
Hairlike, epidermal outgrowths anywhere except roots
One-way, unbroken transport of water and minerals
Two types: tracheids and vessels
Distinguish tracheids and vessels. Part of what vascular tissue?
Tracheids: tapered overlapping cells
Vessels: continuous, hollow cells
Two-way carb transport
Two types: sieve cells and sieve-tube members
Distinguish sieve cells and sieve-tube members. Part of what vascular tissue?
Sieve cells: pores same size
Sieve-tube members: different size pores
Specialized parenchyma that maintain sieve-tube members
Found only in ANGIOSPERMS
Asexual reproductive structure consisiting of algal cells wrapped in hyphae