Botany

Study Guide to the Science of Botany
A Free Online Textbook
Introduction to the Guide
How to use this Guide
A special note ~ How to contribute

Table of contentsEdit

Winter landscape in rural western Europe
Plants tend to dominate both natural and rural landscapes
in all but the most rigorous of environments

Plant BiologyEdit

Chapter 1 ~ An Introduction to Botany 100% developed  as of Jan 11, 2005
  • Botany as a Science
  • Living Systems
  • Plants and their Uses
  • Introduction to Classification
Chapter 2 ~ Plant cells 100% developed  as of Jan 11, 2005
  • Plant Cell Structure
  • Basic Cell Function
  • Plant Cell Specializations
Chapter 3 ~ Plant tissues 25% developed  as of Jan 11, 2005
  • Meristems
Chapter 4 ~ Plant organs 75% developed  as of Jan 11, 2005
  • The Leaf
  • The Stem
  • The Root
Chapter 5   ~ Plant reproduction 75% developed  as of Jan 11, 2005
  • Vegetative Reproduction
  • The Flower
  • The Seed and germination
  • The Fruit
Chapter 6   ~ Plant Morphology 25% developed  as of Jan 11, 2005

Plant SystematicsEdit

Chapter 7   ~ Plant Systematics 25% developed  as of Jan 11, 2005
Chapter 8 ~ Microbiology 75% developed  as of Jan 11, 2005
  • Bacteria
  • Viruses
Chapter 9   ~ Phycology (The Algae) 25% developed  as of Jan 11, 2005
Chapter 10   ~ Mycology (The Fungi) 25% developed  as of Jan 11, 2005
Chapter 11   ~ Bryology (The Liverworts & Mosses) 25% developed  as of Jan 11, 2005
Chapter 12   ~ Division Pterophyta (The Ferns) 25% developed  as of Jan 11, 2005
Chapter 13   ~ Division Equisetophyta (The Club Mosses and Horsetails) 50% developed  as of Jan 11, 2005
Chapter 14   ~ Division Pinophyta (conifers) 75% developed  as of Jan 11, 2005
Chapter 15   ~ Division Magnoliophyta (I) (flowering plants) 25% developed  as of Jan 11, 2005
  • Magnoliopsida (dicots)
Chapter 16   ~ Division Magnoliophyta (II) (flowering plants) 25% developed  as of June 15, 2005
  • Liliopsida (monocots)
  • Grasses
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