Plant Anatomy, Metabolism, Regulation and Phytology

Plant anatomy is the part of botany, which is concerned with the study of the internal structure of plants. It is called as Phytotomy. Understanding plant function is the key to enhancing crop production, producing medicines, preserving plant biodiversity. Plant metabolism is known as the complex of chemical and physical events of respiration, photosynthesis, and the synthesis and degradation of organic compounds. Phytology deals with the scientific study of plants. It involves a wide range of scientific discipline such as structure, metabolism, growth, reproduction, development, diseases, and chemical properties, transportation and translocation of plants.

  • Herbalism
  • Biochemistry of plants
  • Biological pigment
  • Gene expression
  • Evolutionary developmental biology

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