Plant Anatomy

The study of the tissue and cellular makeup of plant organs is known as plant anatomy. When referring to plant life, the term "anatomy" typically refers to the systems that can be seen with an electron or powerful light microscope. Understanding the structural adaptations of plant life to various environmental situations is made possible by the study of plant anatomy. Additionally, it allows us to distinguish between monocots, dicots, and gymnosperms. Such an examination is related to plant skeletal design. As a result, it aids in the growth of food crops. The stigma, fashion, and ovary make up the pistil, which is typically located in the centre of the flower. The stigma is the clingy upper knob on

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