Morphology of Range Plants. Plant Morphology. Describes the physical form and external structures of a plant. Leaves. Important characteristics Type Arrangement Shape Margin Veination . Leaf Types. Simple Compound. Compound - Palmate. Compound - Pinnate. Leaf Arrangements. Opposite.
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Morphology of Range Plants
Compound - Palmate
Compound - Pinnate
Hollow or Pithy
Solid Not Jointed
Rhizomes are underground modified stems that give rise to new plants.Stolons are aboveground modified stems that give rise to new plants.
Both are forms of asexual reproduction. “Sod-forming” plants have rhizomes or stolons
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