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Plant Anatomy Video: The Primary Plant Body Part 1

Video title: The Primary Plant Body Part 1

Use this Plant Anatomy video entitled The Primary Plant Body Part 1 to study the anatomical structures of of a vast array of plants, and the tissues of roots, stems and leaves.

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Plant Anatomy Video: The Primary Plant Body Part 1. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Plant Body. Learn about The Primary Plant Body. Study the anatomical structures of plants, and examine the tissues of roots, stems and leaves. Identify pinnate, palmate, compound pinnate, compound palmate, peltate, and sessile leaves; describe three patterns of leaf attachment to the stem; and identify six types of buds.
  • Describe the function of a leaf's epidermis, mesophyll, vein, palisade parenchyma, and spongy parenchyma, and identify the blade, petiole, leaf base, and stipules of a leaf.
  • Contrast the functions of the apical and lateral meristems, discuss the functions of the vascular cambium and the cork cambium, and state the three layers of the plant cell wall.
  • Learn the location and function of secondary growth in plants, explain how growth rings are formed, identify three patterns of bark, and name the two major types of root systems.
  • Study the organization of vascular plant tissues into dermal, vascular, and fundamental tissue systems, and review the major types of cells that form the vascular plant body.
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