Plant Physiology

Segment: 6. Plant & Animal Physiology, Standard: Apply knowledge of plant physiology and energy conversion to plant systems. (Technical II.A.3) Apply knowledge of plant physiology and energy conservation to plant systems activities. (Pathway II.B.3)


Plant physiology refers to the functions of specific plant parts. This can include concepts such as specific organ function, energy flow, growth, disease resistance, and nutrition. Relate plant growth, management, and harvesting strategies in response to stages of cellular respiration in plants. Use plant growth regulators (tropism) to predict desired responses from plants.


Teaching Methods

Lecture Discussion, Paired or Small Group Discussion, Demonstration, Field Trip, Resource People, Experiment, Supervised Study


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