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Botany Basics

Botany Basics

This note covers the following topics: Nomenclature, Leaves, The photosynthesis process, The Root System, Growth controls, Growth Responses to Light, Growth Responses to Gravity, Hormones and Plant Functions, The Aging Process, Branching and Root Formation, Plant Defenses, Dormancy, Mechanical and chemical Protection, Alkaloids, Wound Healing.

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