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 Anatomy of Flowering Plants

Online Biology Class 

  • Following is the list of topics that are covered during online biology classes for NEET preparation.

  • After completion of all the topics of the chapter, MCQs based on NEET Pattern questions are discussed.

  • Doubts during the class are also cleared. You can also post your doubts and we will promptly answer it.

6.1 Meristematic tissues

  • Characteristics of meristematic tissues

  • Types of meristems

  • According to position

  • Apical meristem

  • Intercalary meristem

  • Lateral meristem

  • Based on origin and method of development

  • Promeristem/primordial meristem/embryonic meristem

  • Primary meristem

  • Secondary meristem

  • Structure and organization of Apical Meristem

  • Shoot apex

  • Histogen theory

  • Dermatogens

  • Periblem

  • Plerome

  • Tunica corpus theory

  • Tunica

  • Corpus

  • Root apex

  • Histogen theory

  • Plerome

  • Periblem

  • dermatocalyptrogen

6.2 Permanent Tissues

  • Simple tissues

  • Parenchyma

  • Functions

  • Collenchymas

  • Functions

  • Sclerenchyma

  • Fibres

  • Sclereids

  • Brachy-sclereids or stone cells

  • Macrosclereids or rod cells

  • Astrosclereids or stellate cells

  • Trichosclereids or internal hairs

  • Complex tissues

  • Xylem

  • Tracheids

  • Wall thickenings in tracheids

  • Functions

  • Vessels

  • Wall thickenings in vessels

  • Functions

  • Xylem fibres(wood fibres)

  • Xylem parenchyma

  • Wood parenchyma

  • Ray parenchyma

  • Phloem

  • Sieve elements

  • Structure

  • Sieve plate and sieve areas

  • Functions of sieve elements

  • Companion cells

  • Phloem parenchyma

  • Phloem fibres

6.3 Epidermal tissue system

  • Epidermis

  • Cuticle and was

  • Stomata

  • Trichomes

  • Hair

  • Unicellular hair

  • Multicellular hair

  • Scales

  • Colleters

  • Water vesicles or bladders

  • Functions of epidermal tissue

6.4 Ground tissue system

  • Cortex

  • Endodermis

  • Pericycle

  • Medullary rays

  • Pith

  • Ground tissue of leaves

6.5 Vascular tissue system

  • Radial

  • Conjoint

  • Collateral

  • Bicollateral

  • Concentric

  • Amphivasal

  • Amphicribal

  • Open vascular bundles

  • Closed vascular bundles

  • Medullary bundles

  • Cortical bundles

  • Exarch

  • Endarch

  • mesarch

6.6 Primary structure of root

  • Internal structure of typical dicot root

  • Internal structure of typical monocot root

  • Epiblema

  • Cortex

  • Endodermis

  • Pericycle

  • Vascular bundles

  • pith

6.7 Secondary growth in roots

  • Secondary growth in dicot roots

  • Initiation of vascular cambium

  • Initiation of activity of cork cambium

6.8 Primary structure of dicot stem

  • Epidermis

  • Cortex

  • Endodermis

  • Pericycle

  • Vascular system

  • Medullary rays

  • pith

6.9 Primary structure of monocot stem

  • Epidermis

  • Hypodermis

  • Ground tissue

  • Vascular system

  • Secondary growth in stem

6.10 Secondary growth in dicot stem

  • Formation of vascular cambium

  • Vascular cambium

  • Activity of vascular cambium

  • Formation of secondary xylem and secondary phloem

  • Formation of secondary medullary rays

  • Formation of annual rings

6.11 Heart wood and sap wood

  • Formation of periderm

  • The lenticels

6.12 Anomalous secondary growth

  • In monocots

  • In dicots

6.13 Internal structure of leaves

  • Types

  • Bifacial or dorsoventral

  • Unifacial

  • Equifacial or isobilateral

  • Internal structure of dicot leaf

  • Epidermis

  • Mesophyll

  • Vascular system

  • Internal structure of monocot leaf

  • Epidermis

  • Mesophyll

  • Vascular system

6.14 Wood as raw material

  • Weight

  • Easily transportable

  • Strength

  • Toughness

  • Durability

  • Stiffness

  • Cleavability

  • Poor conductor

  • Porosity

  • Shock absorber

  • Limitations of wood

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