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Whether you will work with plants as a physiologist, pathologist, ecologist, agronomist, horticulturalist, or molecular biologist, you will need to know how a plant is constructed, how it grows, and how it functions. Depending on the need and your interests, you may work at the subcellular, cellular, tissue, organ, or whole plant level. As a result, it is important to have a comprehensive understanding of plant cell structure and function. In this course, we will start with the molecular and subcellular organization of a single plant cell. Subsequently, we will investigate tissue levels of organization and function. Emphasis will be placed on not only teaching the structural aspects but also discussing the functions of a plant cell, tissue, and organ.

PLS 359, Plant Cell Structure and Function University of Arizona

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Whether you will work with plants as a physiologist, pathologist, ecologist, agronomist, horticulturalist, or molecular biologist, you will need to know how a plant is constructed, how it grows, and how it functions. Depending on the need and your interests, you may work at the subcellular, cellular, tissue, organ, or whole plant level. As a result, it is important to have a comprehensive understanding of plant cell structure and function. In this course, we will start with the molecular and subcellular organization of a single plant cell. Subsequently, we will investigate tissue levels of organization and function. Emphasis will be placed on not only teaching the structural aspects but also discussing the functions of a plant cell, tissue, and organ.

    Aug_23_2012_Lecture2

    Aug_23_2012_Lecture2

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Aug_28_2012_Lecture3_part1

    Aug_28_2012_Lecture3_part1

    • 47 min
    Aug_28_2012_Lecture3_part2

    Aug_28_2012_Lecture3_part2

    • 27 min
    Aug_30_2012_Lecture4_part1

    Aug_30_2012_Lecture4_part1

    • 58 min
    Sep_4_Lecture5_part1

    Sep_4_Lecture5_part1

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Sep_6_2012_Lecture6

    Sep_6_2012_Lecture6

    • 1 hr 14 min

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