BIO2372

Plant Anatomy and Morphogenesis

Fundamental concepts of plant anatomy and morphogenesis. The relationships between tissue and organ structures and their functions. This course is composed of 3 h of theory and 3 h of practicals (4 credits).


Aims of this course:

  1. Detailed introduction of plant structure at the level of cells, tissues, and organs;
  2. Introduce the relationship between plant structure and its functions;
  3. Understanding structural changes related to plant growth and development;

Examples of Projects Web Page:

  1. “Les Stomates” par Margaux Dubé et Khalil Abas (PDF).
  2. “Troublants tubercules et compagnie” par Florence Blanchard et Clément Robert-Bigras (PDF).

Links to useful media:

  1. Comming soon…

Literature:

  1. Steeves TA, Sawhney VK (2017) “Essentials of Developmental Plant Anatomy.” Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  2. Peterson RL, Peterson CA, Melville LH (2008) “Teaching Plant Anatomy through Creative Laboratory Exercises.” NRC Press, Ottawa, Ontario, 164 pp;
  3. Raven PH, Evert RF, Eichhorn SE (2007) “Biologie Végétale.” DeBoeck Université.
  4. Evert R (2006) “Esau’s Plant Anatomy: Meristems, Cells, and Tissues of the Plant Body: Their Structure, Function, and Development.” Third Edition;
  5. Esau K (1979) “Anatomy of Seed Plants.” Wiley, New York;
  6. Roland JC, Roland F (1983) “Atlas de biologie végétale.” Masson, Paris;