Root-Stem and Leaf

Root, Stem and Leaf:

Morphology of flowering plants or Angiosperms:

The plants that we generally see in the gardens and road-side belongs to the largest class of plants termed as flowering plants or Angiosperms (i.e., angio =box and sperm = seed). The term derives its origin from the fact that the ovules are enclosed in a box like organ termed as ovary. Therefore the seeds are bounded in the fruit. Angiosperms comprise more than 2,20,000 species showing a wide spectrum of forms and occupying a wide variety of habitats. Such a wide variety of flowering plants are recognized, explained and categorized based on their anatomy and morphology.

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Figure: Parts of a typical angiospermic mustard plant

 

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