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:
- Detailed introduction of plant structure at the level of cells, tissues, and organs;
- Introduce the relationship between plant structure and its functions;
- Understanding structural changes related to plant growth and development;
Examples of Projects Web Page:
- “Les Stomates” par Margaux Dubé et Khalil Abas (PDF).
- “Troublants tubercules et compagnie” par Florence Blanchard et Clément Robert-Bigras (PDF).
Links to useful media:
- Comming soon…
- Steeves TA, Sawhney VK (2017) “Essentials of Developmental Plant Anatomy.” Oxford University Press, Oxford.
- Peterson RL, Peterson CA, Melville LH (2008) “Teaching Plant Anatomy through Creative Laboratory Exercises.” NRC Press, Ottawa, Ontario, 164 pp;
- Raven PH, Evert RF, Eichhorn SE (2007) “Biologie Végétale.” DeBoeck Université.
- Evert R (2006) “Esau’s Plant Anatomy: Meristems, Cells, and Tissues of the Plant Body: Their Structure, Function, and Development.” Third Edition;
- Esau K (1979) “Anatomy of Seed Plants.” Wiley, New York;
- Roland JC, Roland F (1983) “Atlas de biologie végétale.” Masson, Paris;