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Morphology of Flowering Plants

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Term morphology is the study of external or physical appearance of plants. The parts we see like flowers, leafs, stem, root are the morphological parts of plants. Wide varieties of plants are in our surrounding adapted to different physical features according to the habitat. Some are herbs like grass and huge trees like Eucalyptus with different patterns of leaf, root. In this chapter we will focus on the type of the root, leaf, stem and inflorescence. Seed producing plants are classified as monocot and dicot. Both of them have different types of root system and pattern of arrangement of leaf on stem. Yet one more important aspect is the modification of leaf stem. As we can see in cactus the fleshy leaf like structure is a modified stem known as phylloclade and different other features are explained in this chapter.

Exercise 1