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Biology 2e, Biological Diversity, Seed Plants, The Role of Seed Plants
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By the end of this section, you will be able to do the following:

Explain how angiosperm diversity is due, in part, to multiple complex interactions with animals
Describe ways in which pollination occurs
Discuss the roles that plants play in ecosystems and how deforestation threatens plant biodiversity

Subject:
Applied Science
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Module
Date Added:
09/20/2018
Biology 2e, Biological Diversity, Seedless Plants, Seedless Vascular Plants
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By the end of this section, you will be able to do the following:

Identify the new traits that first appear in seedless tracheophytes
Discuss how each trait is important for adaptation to life on land
Identify the classes of seedless tracheophytes
Describe the life cycle of a fern
Explain the role of seedless plants in the ecosystem

Subject:
Applied Science
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Module
Date Added:
09/20/2018
Biology 2e, Plant Structure and Function, Plant Reproduction, Asexual Reproduction
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By the end of this section, you will be able to do the following:

Compare the mechanisms and methods of natural and artificial asexual reproduction
Describe the advantages and disadvantages of natural and artificial asexual reproduction
Discuss plant life spans

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Applied Science
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Module
Date Added:
09/20/2018
From Growing to Biology: Plants
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Ready to find out how plants are grown and function? Take a fantastic voyage through plants. From Growing to Biology: Plants 1e brings the latest information for understanding of traditional and modern plant growing, form, and production. Topics covered in 30 chapters include concise and up-to-date ‘big picture’ infographics, student learning outcomes (SLOs), key vocabulary, assessment, as well as identification of 120 species, and more. Moreover, author Dr. G. Hacisalihoglu emphasizes on leaning concepts, binding those concepts together with visuals approach to make learning faster and more memorable.

From Growing to Biology: Plants 1e is packed full of horticultural information that is ideal for both academia and industry growers. It is basic enough that if you are just getting started learning plants, you will be able to catch up. Always remember that practice makes permanent and keep going to take your learning plant bio to new levels.

Table of Contents
CHAPTER 01. PLANTAE KINGDOM
CHAPTER 02. PLANT CELLS AND TISSUES
CHAPTER 03. ROOT SYSTEM
CHAPTER 04. SHOOT SYSTEM
CHAPTER 05. SYSTEMATICS
CHAPTER 06. ALGAE (PROTISTA PHYLUM)
CHAPTER 07. BRYOPHYTES
CHAPTER 08. SEEDLESS PLANTS (FERNS AND FERN RELATIVES)
CHAPTER 09. GYMNOSPERMS (CONE BEARING)
CHAPTER 10. FLOWERS, FRUITS, AND SEEDS (FLOWERING ANGIOSPERMS)
CHAPTER 11. PLANT HORMONES
CHAPTER 12. GENETICS
CHAPTER 13. PLANT NUTRITION
CHAPTER 14. WATER AND SOLUTE TRANSPORT
CHAPTER 15. SECONDARY GROWTH
CHAPTER 16. PHOTOSYNTHESIS (PS)
CHAPTER 17. CELLULAR RESPIRATION
CHAPTER 18. INDOOR VERTICAL FARMING AND CULTIVATING PLANTS IN MICROGRAVITY
CHAPTER 19. HUMAN NUTRITION FROM PLANTS AND PLANT-BASED PROTEINS
CHAPTER 20. SEED GERMINATION AND SEEDLING ESTABLISHMMENT
CHAPTER 21. TEA GROWING, BREW, AND LEAVES
CHAPTER 22. COFFEE GROWING, ROAST, GRIND, AND BEANS
CHAPTER 23. SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AND FOOD SYSTEMS
CHAPTER 24. SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY AND CRISPR GENE EDITING IN CROPS
CHAPTER 25. MINING PLANT SUPERB VARIETIES FOR INCREASED RESILIENCE TO SUBOPTIMAL CONDITIONS
CHAPTER 26. FUNGI KINGDOM
CHAPTER 27. CYANOBACTERIA AND VIRUSES (COVID-19 PANDEMIC EDITION)
CHAPTER 28. GROWTH MINDSET AND GRIT
CHAPTER 29. STUDENT LEARNING
CHAPTER 30. HOW TO STUDY STEM (SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATH)

Subject:
Biology
Natural Science
Material Type:
Textbook
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About The Contributors
Date Added:
04/16/2021
Introduction to Botany
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This text is a re-structuring the “classical” introductory botany course into a more logical sequence of themes with two main ideas: (1) put as much plant-related information as possible into an evolutionary context and (2) explain complicated problems with simple words and metaphors.

Table of Contents:

1: Introduction to the Introduction
2: Symbiogenesis and the Plant Cell
3: Photosynthesis
4: Multicellularity, the Cell Cycle & the Life Cycle
5: Tissues and Organs - How the Plant is Built
6: Growing Diversity of Plants
7: The Origin of Trees and Seeds
8: The Origin of Flowering
9: Plants and Earth
10: Methods of Taxonomy and Diagnostics

Subject:
Botany
Natural Science
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
Alexey Shipunov
Date Added:
02/02/2021
Open Textbook Library
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Inanimate Life is an open textbook covering a very traditional biological topic, botany, in a non-traditional way. Rather than a phylogenetic approach, going group by group, the book considers what defines organisms and examines four general areas of their biology: structure (their composition and how it comes to be), reproduction (including sex), energy and material needs, and their interactions with conditions and with other organisms. Although much of the text is devoted to vascular plants, the book comparatively considers ‘EBA = everything but animals’ (hence the title): plants, photosynthetic organisms that are not plants (‘algae’, as well as some bacteria and archaebacteria), fungi, and ‘fungal-like’ organisms. The book includes brief ‘fact sheets’ of over fifty organisms/groups that biologists should be aware of, ranging from the very familiar (corn, yeast) to the unfamiliar (bracket fungi, late-blight of potato). These groups reflect the diversity of inanimate life

Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Organisms
Chapter 2: Taxonomy and Phylogeny
Chapter 3: Boundaries
Chapter 4: Organism form: composition, size, and shape
Chapter 5: Cellular Structure in Inanimate Life
Chapter 6: Organ, Tissue, and Cellular Structure of Plants
Chapter 7: Producing Form: Development
Chapter 8: Vascular plant anatomy: primary growth
Chapter 9: Secondary growth
Chapter 10: Vascular Plant Form
Chapter 11: Reproduction and sex
Chapter 12: Fungal sex and fungal groups
Chapter 13: Sex and reproduction in non-seed plants
Chapter 14: The Development of Seeds
Chapter 15: Sex and Reproduction in Seed Plants
Chapter 16: Reproduction: development and physiology
Chapter 17: Sex, evolution, and the biological species concept
Chapter 18: Matter, Energy and Organisms
Chapter 19: Cellular Respiration
Chapter 20: Photosynthesis
Chapter 21: Metabolic diversity
Chapter 22: Nutrition and nutrients
Chapter 23: Soils
Chapter 24: Material movement and diffusion’s multiple roles in plant biology
Chapter 25: Plant growth—patterns, limitations and models
Chapter 26: Interactions Involving Conditions
Chapter 27: Biotic Interactions
Chapter 28: Agriculture
Chapter 29: Weeds and weed control
Chapter 30: Threats to agriculture: insects and pathogens
Chapter 31: Propagating plants and developing new plants
Organisms

Subject:
Biology
Botany
Natural Science
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
George M. Briggs
Date Added:
09/21/2021
A Photographic Atlas for Botany
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This book provides images and descriptions for the organismal groups and anatomical features covered in general botany.

Table of Contents:

1: Diversity of Life Introduction
2: Prokaryotes
3: Fungi and Lichens
4: "Protists"
5: Bryophytes
6: Seedless Vascular Plants
7: Gymnosperms
8: Angiosperms
9: Introduction to Microscopy
10: Cells and Tissues
11: Roots
12: Stems
13: Leaves
14: Ecology

Subject:
Botany
Natural Science
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
Maria Morrow
Date Added:
02/02/2021
Plant Anatomy and Physiology : Images and diagrams to explain concepts
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This book was created to support teaching of an introductory unit on plant environmental physiology at Charles Darwin University. It makes use of various images of cells and tissues to introduce and illustrate the range of plant organelles, cells, tissues and organs.

Table of Contents:

1.0 Inside a plant cell
2.0 Plant cells and meristems
3.0 Stem, leaf and root anatomy

Subject:
Botany
Natural Science
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
Sean Bellairs
Date Added:
02/02/2021
Plant Biology
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The field of plant physiology includes the study of all the internal activities of plants—those chemical and physical processes associated with life as they occur in plants. This includes study at many levels of scale of size and time. At the smallest scale are molecular interactions of photosynthesis and internal diffusion of water, minerals, and nutrients. At the largest scale are the processes of plant development, seasonality, dormancy, and reproductive control. Major subdisciplines of plant physiology include phytochemistry (the study of the biochemistry of plants) and phytopathology (the study of disease in plants). The scope of plant physiology as a discipline may be divided into several major areas of research.

Subject:
Biology
Botany
Natural Science
Material Type:
Module
Provider:
African Virtual University
Provider Set:
OER@AVU
Author:
Rémi Rakotondradona
Date Added:
02/27/2018