phytotomy

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phytotomy

(faɪˈtɒtəmɪ)
n
(Botany) botany the study of the internal structure or anatomy of plants
Translations
Phytotomie
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Students also took part in planting activities, which helped them familiarise and identify plant anatomy and function.
Vessel grouping, Although vessel grouping or lack of vessel grouping in woods has been figured beginning in the earliest works on plant anatomy, such as that of Grew (1682), Its physiological significance has been appreciated only recently (Carlquist, 1984).
Finalists also participated in lectures, study sessions and laboratory exercises led by biology experts in fields that include cellular & molecular biology, plant anatomy & physiology, animal anatomy & physiology, genetics & evolution, ecology, ethology, and biosystematics.
The first chapter is a review of the basics of botany, plant anatomy, and horticultural terms.
The anatomical assessments were carried out at the Plant Anatomy Laboratory at the Federal University of Lavras (UFLA) Department of Biology.
The activity presented here is used following a unit on plant anatomy and cellular ultrastructure.
It covers plant anatomy, biochemistry, and metabolism, plant cell biology and cell wall biosynthesis, plant growth and development, plant-microbe interactions, and the use of plant cell walls as a renewable material resource.
Plant anatomy is the study of the internal tissues and cells of plants.
There were about five nearly human-sized pieces that resembled cactus and numerous smaller pieces whose forms reminded me of coral reefs, plant anatomy, sombreros, UFOs or tropical fish.
Feedstock has various physical and chemical properties depending on the selected plant anatomy, growing conditions, and time of harvest.
There are a number of specialisms in botany, including the study of specific plant groups, plant anatomy and physiology, biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics, ecology, marine botany and taxonomy (the identification and classification of plants).

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