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Fig. 38.4

a group of cells functioning together in some specialized activity MERISTEMS.ends of stems.a mass of self-perpetuating cells. branches ◦ Lateral meristems are parallel to sides of plant parts and increase girth.  . which are not yet committed to developing into a specialized cell type ◦ Terminal meristems. TISSUES.base of leaves. branches and roots ◦ Axillary meristems.

  Primary ◦ Apical Meristems Secondary ◦ Vascular cambium ◦ Cork Cambium .

 Dermal ◦ Cover surface of plant ◦ Protection   Ground Vascular ◦ Conducting tissue .

 Epidermis ◦ epidermal cells  Periderm ◦ cork cells .

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g. roots to shoots  Phloem ◦ Mostly to conduct sugars.. amino acids. leaves to roots or flowers ..g. ◦ E. etc. Xylem ◦ Mostly to conduct water and nutrients ◦ E.

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 Roots  Stems  Leaves .

   Anchor the plant Absorb water and minerals from soil Storage .

    Root cap Zone of cell division Zone of cell elongation Zone of maturation .

    Vascular bundle (Stele) = contains xylem and phloem Cortex Epidermis Root hairs ◦ Absorb water and minerals .

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minerals.   support leaves to maximize light absorption part of conduit for transport of water. and organic solutes storage .

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   Discrete vascular bundles replaced by continuous rings of xylem Each ring is xylem produced during one growing season Vascular cambium .

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•Vascular tissue. (xylem) makes up the bulk of the stem •Form tree rings .

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 Main photosynthetic structure .

   Blade Petiole Pair of stipules .

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beans ◦ trees: oak. tulips ◦ trees: palm  dicotyledon ◦ roses. asters ◦ grapes. maple. . Monocotyledon ◦ grasses ◦ lilies.

Woodpeckers like EAB larvae.What to know about EAB: • • It attacks only ash trees (Fraxinus spp. Indiana. Firewood cannot be moved in many areas of Michigan. Michigan) • It probably came from Asia in wood packing material. • • • Adults leave a D-shaped exit hole in the bark when they emerge in spring. heavy woodpecker damage on ash trees may be a sign of infestation. .). Ohio and Indiana because of the EAB quarantine ( Ohio. Adult Beetles are metallic green and about ½-inch long.