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Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 1 (Introduction)
00:12:32
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 2 (Meristematic Tissue Characteristics)
00:12:23
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 3 (Meristematic Tissue :- types and location)
00:10:38
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 4 (Permanent tissues: types Parenchyma)
00:09:06
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 5 (Permanent tissues: collenchyma)
00:16:17
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 6 (Complex permanent tissue: xylem)
00:06:53
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 7 (Xylem elements proto, meta xylem)
00:14:13
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 8 (Phloem elements)
00:11:58
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 9 (Difference between)
00:04:27
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 10 (Plant tissue system: epidermis)
00:10:51
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 11 (Stomata structure)
00:09:04
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 12 (Opening and closing of stomata)
00:15:46
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 13 (Epidermal Appendges :- root hairs)
00:06:39
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 14 (Vascular Tissue System)
00:08:20
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 15 (Monocot Root Anatomy)
00:17:40
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 16 (Dicot Root anatomy)
00:08:11
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 17 (Monocot Stem anatomy)
00:06:54
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 18 (Dicot Stem anatomy)
00:07:42
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 19 (Dicot leaf anatomy)
00:13:08
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 20 (Monocot leaf anatomy)
00:03:39
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 21 (Secondary vs primary growth)
00:04:20
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 22 (vascular cambium)
00:08:33
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 23 (cork cambium: secondary growth roots)
00:09:45
Anatomy of Flowering Plants part 24 (Questions)
00:10:16

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Anatomy and functions of different parts of flowering plants: root, stem, leaf, inflorescence, flower, fruit and seed (to be dealt along with the relevant experiment of the Practical Syllabus).

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