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Figure 35.0 The effect of submersion in water on leaf development in Cabomba. Figure 35.0x The effect of wind on plant form in fir trees. Figure 35.2 Morphology of a flowering plant: an overview. Figure 35.1 A comparison of monocots and dicots. Figure 35.3 Radish root hairs.

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Figure 35.4 Modified shoots: Stolons, strawberry (top left); rhizomes, iris (top right); tubers, potato (bottom left); bulb, onion (bottom right)

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Figure 35.6 Modified leaves: Tendrils, pea plant (top left); spines, cacti (top right); succulent (bottom left); brightly-colored leaves, poinsettia (bottom right)

figure 36 12 an open left and closed right stoma of a spider plant chlorophytum colosum leaf
Figure 36.12 An open (left) and closed (right) stoma of a spider plant (Chlorophytum colosum) leaf
figure 37 7 poor soil conservation has contributed to ecological disasters such as the dust bowl
Figure 37.7 Poor soil conservation has contributed to ecological disasters such as the Dust Bowl
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Figure 35.30 The fass mutant of Arabidopsis confirms the importance of cortical microtubules to plant growth
figure 35 36 the abc hypothesis for the functioning of organ identity genes in flower development
Figure 35.36 The ABC hypothesis for the functioning of organ identity genes in flower development