Anatomia plantarum

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Anatomia plantarum sive phytotomia est studium intestinae plantarum structurae. Quod primum morphologiam plantarum amplectebatur, descriptionem formae physicae externaeque plantarum structurae, sed anatomia plantarum e medio saeculi vicensimi separata res habetur, quae solum ad intestinam plantarum structuram pertinet.[1][2] Anatomia plantarum saepissime in cellulis plantae nunc investigatur, et saepe textus secatos et microscopiam implicat.[3]

Partes structurales[recensere | fontem recensere]

Diagramma anatomiae cuiusdam plantae, structuralibus plantarum et radicum partibus nominatis: 1, systema surculorum; 2, systema radicum; 3, hypocotylus; 4, gemma terminalis; 5, lamina folii; 6, internodium; 7, gemma axillaria; 8, nodus; 9, caulis; 10, petiolus; 11, radix palaris; 12, capilli radicis; 13, apex radicis; 14, pileus raducis.

Quamquam nonnulla anatomiae plantarum studia rationes systematicas sequuntur, sicut studium textuum vascularium,[4] anatomia plantarum secundum traditionem[5] in has categorias structurales digeritur:

Anatomia florum
Calyx
Corolla
Androecium
Gynoecium
Anatomia foliorum
Epidermis
Cellulae vallorum
Anatomia caulum
Structura caulum
Anatomia seminum
Ovulum
Structura seminum
Pericarpium
Fructus accessorius
Anatomia ligni
Cortex
Suber
Phloema
Cambium vasculare
Lignum
Anatomia radicum
Structura radicum

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Raven, Evert, et Eichhorn 2005: 9.
  2. Hagemann 1992: 38–48.
  3. Evert et Esau 2006: xv.
  4. Ordinatur ratio systematica in agitationibus plantae, sicut circulus nutrimentorum transportandorum, vel circulus florendi, pollinandi, embryogenesis, et incrementi seminum cycle (Howell 1998: xiii).
  5. Craig et Vassilyev.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Generalia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Eames, Arthur Johnson, et Laurence H. MacDaniels. 1947. An Introduction to Plant Anatomy. Ed. 2a. Novi Eboraci: McGraw-Hill/Nexus. Nexus editionis primae, 1925.
  • Esau, Katherine. 1965. Plant Anatomy. Ed. 2a. Novi Eboraci: Wiley.
  • Hagemann, Wolfgang. 1992. The Relationship of Anatomy to Morphology in Plants: A New Theoretical Perspective. International Journal of Plant Sciences 153 3(2): 38–48. JSTOR 2995526. doi:10.1086/297062.
  • Howell, Stephen Herbert. 1998. Molecular Genetics of Plant Development. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-58784-6.
  • Meicenheimer, R. History of Plant Anatomy. Miami University, Nexus.
  • Raven, P. H., R. F. Evert, et S. E. Eichhorn. 2005. Biology of Plants. Ed. 7a. Novi Eboraci: W. H. Freeman. ISBN 0-7167-1007-2.

Praecipua[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Cutler, D. F., M. Gregory, et P. Rudall, eds. 19602014. Anatomy of the Monocotyledons. 10 voll. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press.
  • Evert, Ray Franklin, et Katherine Esau. 2006. Esau's Plant anatomy: meristems, cells, and tissues of the plant body - their structure, function and development. Hoboken Novae Caesareae: Wiley. SBN 0-471-73843-3.
  • Farabee, M. J. 2001. Plants and their structure. Phoenice Arizonae: Estrella Mountain Community College. Nexus.
  • Goffinet, B., W. R. Buck, et J. Shaw. 2008. Morphology, anatomy, and classification of the Bryophyta. In Bryophyte Biology, ed. 2a, ed. B. Goffinet et J. Shaw, 55–138. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press. Nexus primae editionis, 2000.)
  • Jeffrey, E. C. 1917. The anatomy of woody plants. Sicagi: University of Chicago Press. Nexus.
  • Metcalfe, C. R. et L. Chalk. (1957) 1979-1998. Anatomy of the Dicotyledons: Leaves, stem and wood in relation to taxonomy, with notes on economic uses. Ed. 2a. 4 vol. Oxoniae: Clarendon Press.Nexus.
  • Schoute, J. C. 1938. Anatomy. In Manual of Pteridology, ed. F. Verdoorn, 65–104. Hagis: Martinus Nijhoff. Nexus.
  • Schweingruber, F. H., A. Börner, et E. Schulze. 20112013. Atlas of Stem Anatomy in Herbs, Shrubs and Trees. Vol. 1, 2011, Nexus. Vol. 2, 2013, Nexus. Berolini et Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

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