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Overview

 These organisms are made out of an underground root system and an overground shoot system. Tissues are the collection of cells that have a common origin and common function. The plant tissues are classified into two main types based on their capacity to divide: meristematic tissue and permanent tissue. Plant cells are shaped at meristems, and after that form into cell types which are grouped into tissues. Plants have just three tissue types: 1) Dermal 2) Ground and 3) Vascular.

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  • Class 12 Student

Skills Covered

  • Flowering Plant Morphology

Expert Review

The science of morphology deals with the study of form and structure. Flowers, leaves, roots, stems, and fruits comprise a flowering plant's morphology, regardless of the plant.

We will discuss the flowering plants and morphology of flowering plants in detail.

Flowering Plants

Plants with flowers are the most diverse group of land plants, with more than 300,000 species known. They produce seed-bearing fruits and are also known as angiosperms. Gymnosperms evolved into flowering plants during the Triassic period, and the first flowering plant appeared 140 million years ago.

A flowering plant's reproductive organs are the most important feature that sets it apart from other seed plants. Due to these factors, angiosperms have evolved speciation enabling them to adapt to diverse ecological niches.

A flowering plant reproduces through pollination. The pollen grains transfer from the anthers of male flowers to the stigmas of female flowers, where fertilization occurs and seeds are formed.

A flowering plant has two distinct systems: a root system and a shoot system. A root is an underground part, and a shoot is an above ground part.

Morphology is the study of various external features of an organism. 

An adaptation can be defined as any change in the structure or function of an organism or any of its parts resulting from natural selection and by which the organism becomes better suited to survive and multiply in its environment. 

Root: The root is an underground part of the plant and develops from the embryonic radicle.   


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                                 Leena S

Leena S

I Am a Trained Teacher having more than 10 years of experience in Biology subject also I deal with school operation and Management. I have done masters In Biotechnology.