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Adaptation of Plants to Environment Slide Set

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This set includes Adaptation to temperature, Adaptation to unusual modes of nutrition, Adaptation to water: Hydrophytic plants, Adaptation to damp habitats: Hygrophytic plants, Adaptation to dry habitats: Xerophytic plants...

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    Adaptation to temperature
    1 - Ilex, t.s. of leaf showing cuticula
    2 - Aesculus, t.s. of leaf bud showing bud squama
    3 - Fern, t.s. of subterraneous rhizome
    4 - Beta, beet, t.s. of a subterraneous storage root
    5 - Solanum, potato, t.s. of subterraneous tuber
    6 - Allium, l.s. of a subterraneous bulb
    7 - Ranunculus ficaria, t.s. of subterraneous tuber
    8 - Taraxacum, dandelion, t.s. of tap root
    9 - Dentaria, l.s. of germinal bulb

    Adaptation for gaining light
    10 - Galium, w.m. of leaf showing climbing hairs
    11 - Cucurbita, l.s. of stem showing sieve tubes
    12 - Viscum album, t.s. of leaf
    13 - Orchis, epiphytic, t.s. of aerial root
    14 - Dischidia, t.s. of pitcher leaf showing root

    Adaptation to unusual modes of nutrition
    15 - Rhiziphora, mangrove, t.s. of adventitious root
    16 - Philodendron (Araceae), t.s. of aerial root
    17 - Liana, climbing plant, t.s. of root
    18 - Cuscuta, dodder, t.s. of host showing haustorium
    19 - Viscum album, mistletoe, l.s. showing parasitic root in host
    20 - Orchis, t.s. of root showing endotrophic mycorrhiza
    21 - Alnus, alder, t.s. of tuber showing actinomyces in symbiosis
    22 - Drosera, w.m. of leaf showing glandular hairs
    23 - Drosera, t.s. of leaf showing glandular hairs
    24 - Pinguicula, t.s. of leaf showing gland cells
    25 - Utricularia, w.m. of bladder
    26 - Nepenthes, t.s. of pitcher showing glands
    27 - Dionaea, Venus flytrap, t.s. of leaf

    Adaptation to water: Hydrophytic plants
    28 - Elodea, w.m. of a submersed leaf without stomata
    29 - Elodea, t.s. of leaf
    30 - Nymphaea, t.s. of aquatic stem showing air vascular system
    31 - Hippuris, t.s. of stem showing regular placed air chambers
    32 - Nymphaea, t.s. of leaf showing air chambers, a typical floating leaf
    33 - Potamogeton, t.s. of leaf
    34 - Taxodium (Cypressacea), t.s. of root for respiration
    35 - Potamogeton, t.s. of aquatic stem showing air chambers

    Adaptation to damp habitats: Hygrophytic plants
    36 - Ruellia, t.s. of leaf showing raised stomata
    37 - Polypodium (fern), t.s. of leaf showing modification of epidermis (water pit)
    38 - Urtica, nettle, w.m. of stinging hairs (one cellular)
    39 - Myosotis palustris, w.m. of leaf showing hairs for water reservoir

    Adaptation to dry habitats: Xerophytic plants
    40 - Hedera, t.s. of an evergreen leaf
    41 - Nerium, oleander, t.s. of leaf showing sunken stomata
    42 - Dune grass, t.s. of rolled leaf
    43 - Verbascum, t.s. of leaf showing branched hairs
    44 - Elaeagnus, squama of leaf or stem, w.m.
    45 - Orchis, epiphytic, t.s. of aerial root
    46 - Aloe, t.s. of succulent leaf
    47 - Sedum, t.s. of succulent leaf
    48 - Pelargonium, t.s. of succulent root
    49 - Cactus, t.s. of succulent stem
    50 - Cactus, t.s. of succulent leaf