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Plant classification and the scientific naming of plants help us identify plants exactly. The plant classification system groups plants with similar characteristics together and then creates sub-groups with more similar characteristics. Within those subgroups more subdivisions or groupings are made by getting even more specific. This process continues until a single plant with unique characteristics is named. A. Plant Groups and Sub-Groups: 1. Kingdom (plants) 2. Division (seed plants, non-seed plants) 3.

Parts of a seed: Every seed has three basic parts: an embryo, a food storage tissue, and a seed coat (Fig. 16). The embryo is a tiny plant formed during fertilization. It has two growing points, the radicle (a tiny root), and the plumule (a tiny shoot). The food storage tissue is either one or two cotyledon, which are attached between the two growing points on the embryo. In some seeds (as in corn) the single cotyledon is imbedded in an endosperm that is a food-storage area in the seed. The seed coat forms the outer layer and provides protection for the enclosed embryo.

Cork cambium produces this bark and is located just below the bark layers (Fig. 8). Fig. 7. Cross section of a herbaceous dicot stem. IDAHO MASTER GARDENER PROGRAM HANDBOOK 3-7 This cambium forms cork, or bark cells, that become coated with water resistant materials, die, and build up into a thickened, protective layer. The bark cells resist desiccation, disease, insects, and extreme temperatures. Only dicots produce the type of growth depicted in Fig. 8. On young twigs and small trunks of many kinds of trees and shrubs, lenticels, or pore openings, allow the outward and inward movement of gases.

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