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These cells consist of Radially arranged cellulose microfibrils
Guard Cells
Guards cells have an inner and outer wall which is thicker and which is thinner
Outer wall=thinner
Inner wall= thicker
What does the stomatal complex consist of?
Guard cells, stomatal pore, and subsidiary cells
These cells have the stomatal complex
Guard cells
The factors for movement control
Light+CO2 +H2O+ Abscisic acid+ circadian rhythm
What are the four steps in dessication
1.) Dessication: ABA production
2.) ABA stimulates k+ movement out of guard cells
3.) Stomata close
4.) Conserves H2O
Minimal structure
efficient meethod to harvest meager sunlight available
What are the 3 main functions of Roots?
1.) Anchorage
2.) Absorption of H20 and dissolved minerals
3.) storage- carbohydrates transported elsewhere when needed
These types of roots grow straight down
tap roots
These types of roots are a bunch of roots the same size
Fibrous Roots
This type of root grow from any part of the plant other than the primary root such as stems, leaves
Adventitious Roots