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Anatomy of Flowering Plants

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This chapter is focussed on the of anatomy of the angiosperm which means the study of internal structure. The plants are made of plant cells and they are grouped to form tissue. Plant tissue that the tendency of cell division is meristematic tissue due to which the growth of plant parts remains continuous. Later the meristematic tissue becomes permanent. Permanent tissue is of two types: simple permanent and complex permanent. Internally the plant has a different arrangement of cell. That determines its shape and size. Monocots do not have well developed vascular tissue in comparison with dicot plants. Monocot leaf, stem and roots are distinct from dicot in various forms this is explained in anatomy of flowering plants.

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