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Plant reproductive organs built

Knowledge Title: Plant reproductive organs built Other Title: plant reproductive organogenesis Knowledge Content:  That is, the differentiated growth process of genital flowers, fruits and seeds. The stage after flowering of higher plants is usually referred to as reproductive long-term development. The formation of flowers, fruits and seeds is seen in flowers, fruits, and seeds.……

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Soil-plant-atmospheric patterns

Knowledge Title: Soil-plant-atmospheric patterns Other Title: soil-plant-atmosphere model Knowledge Content:  A mathematical equation or textlogical schema that represents the interrelationship between soil, plants, and atmosphere, or a mathematical equation of text. SPAM regards soil, plants and atmosphere as a unified whole (system), through electronic computer, mathematical equations to approximate the various intricate quantitative relationships, including the soil, plants and atmosphere between the energy conversion and material transport, as well as the final completion of plant growth and development, yield formation of complex processes.  In 1969, W.K. Lemon first proposed the concept of integrated soil-plant-atmospheric systems for the efficient use of natural resources. He believes that research should focus on three aspects: (1) improving plant physiological function and genetic characteristics and photosynthesis efficiency; ;(3) The soil-plant-atmosphere system is studied as a system, and the optimal meteorological conditions are proposed for the ideal yield.……

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Garden land is planted by plants

Knowledge Title: Garden land is planted by plants Other Title: landscape cover plant Knowledge Content:  Dense, low-slung plants (less than 50 cm) used to cover garden floors. Lawn plants are also part of the garden area is plant edgy, but because it is mainly composed of grasses such as birch, salsa and grass, and need to be often pruned, it is usually divided into a separate category.  Functional Garden land is an important material for landscaping, which is different from the meaning of the common plantology (refers to the dead branches and leaves of the plant community) and moss. Its main functions are: (1) to protect the environment. These include purifying the atmosphere, reducing the damage caused by dust, bacteria and wind and sand, regulating temperature, humidity and daylight radiation, and maintaining soil and water, fixing embankments, and reducing weeds.……

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Transport of substances in plants

Knowledge Title: Transport of substances in plants Other Title: transport of substancesin plant Knowledge Content:  That is, the movement of water and nutrients in plants. The many substances required in plant life activities are absorbed and synthesized by their components (organs, tissues, etc.). Therefore, there must be exchange of substances between the parts of the plant in order to maintain the overall survival. Cells are the components of a plant body and are a relatively independent system surrounded by membranes outside. The exchange of matter can be carried out through the transfer of cell membranes and the transport of cells between cells. Higher plants, because of their tall bodies consisting of roots, stems and leaves, are not enough to cope with the exchange of substances between different organs by transporting matter between cells alone, and they develop in progress to form a channel maintenance system with higher transmission efficiency to carry out long-distance transportin in the body.……

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Plant tissue

Knowledge Title: Plant tissue Other Title: plant tissue Knowledge Content:  A group of cells in a plant that have the same source and morphological structure and perform the same function. They are formed on the basis of cell differentiation and are produced by plants or organs as they evolve and individuals develop to a certain stage.  Low-level plants such as large algae have been differentiated by assimilation tissue, sub-organization and transmission tissue. The differentiation of the living tube plants in the land is highly complicated and is obviously assembled into various tissue systems. Each organization performs certain functions. Crops are mostly highly evolved dimensional tube plants, not only the appearance of organ differentiation, the internal cell function and structure of the differentiation is also very significant. Plant tissues are divided into the following nine categories according to their function, occurrence sequence and morphological structure:……

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Plant development

Knowledge Title: Plant development Other Title: plant development Knowledge Content:  That is, the individual development of a plant, refers to the whole process that plant life goes through. From the initial division of fertilized eggs, through seed germination, nutrient formation, reproductive formation, flowering, pollination and fertilization, firmness and other stages, until aging and death. But it usually begins with seed germination. The cells and organs that make up the individual plant also have their own developmental processes of origin, formation and aging. Development includes growth and differentiation. Growth refers to the irreversible increase in the number of plant cells, tissues and organs. Differentiation is the specialization of cells during growth, i.e. from the same type of cell to the structurally different cell type, such as thin-walled cells differentiated into thick wall cells, wood, ligaments, etc. The result of cell differentiation is the construction of various tissues and organs.……

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Plant respiratory effects

Knowledge Title: Plant respiratory effects Other Title: plant respiration Knowledge Content:  The process by which organic matter in the cell is gradually oxidized and decomposed under the action of a series of enzymes, while releasing energy. Respiratory action is a common feature of all living cells. Substances that are oxidized during breathing are called respiratory substrates. The three most abundant organic substances in plants – carbohydrates, proteins and lipids – can all be used as breathing stocks, but the most common is glucose in carbohydrates; Under aerobic conditions, O2 participates in the reaction and the organic matter in the plant is completely oxidized into carbon dioxide and water. Under the condition of anaerobic, the organic matter in the plant can be oxidized by dehydrogenation, desicing and other means of oxidation and degradation, but after oxidation, most of the carbon is still organic, which also retains more energy, is an incomplete oxidation.……

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Plant nutrition organ built

Knowledge Title: Plant nutrition organ built Other Title: plant vegetative organogenesis Knowledge Content:  That is, the differentiated growth process of the roots, stems and leaves of the nutritional organs. From the stage after seed germination to the stage before flowering is usually called nutritional long-term. During this period, various nutrients (including roots, stems and leaves) of the plant (including roots, stems and leaves) began to develop as seedling cells grew, differentiated and tissueed. At this time, due to the conditions for photosynthesis, the nutritional method is also transferred from the seed germination period to the stage of self-cultivation. The growth and differentiation of plant nutrients is the basis of reproductive body formation.  Features The nutritional organs of plants are built with the following characteristics.  One of the characteristics of the growth area and infinite growth Of higher plants is that the growth of the former is limited to certain parts, while the latter has no such limitation.……

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Plant oil processing

Knowledge Title: Plant oil processing Other Title: vegetable oilseed processing Knowledge Content:  The process of extracting grease from plant seeds, fruits, etc. There are many oils available for oil extraction, mainly soybeans, vegetables, cotton, peanuts, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, hazelnuts, hazelnuts, olives, castor, flax, hemp, coconut dried, palm fruit and so on. Fat is an indispensable nutrient for human nutrition, providing the highest heat among a variety of major nutrients, up to 37.7 kJ/g. The main components of oil for a variety of triglycerides, but also contains phospholipids, sterols and vitamins, in addition to edible, but also industrial production, such as soap, paint, glycerin, ink, lubricants, spices and other important raw materials. After oiling, the bread is rich in protein and is a good feed and fertilizer. Soybean, peanuts and other bread cake can also extract edible protein or processed into other food.……

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Hydrolysis of plant raw materials

Knowledge Title: Hydrolysis of plant raw materials Other Title: hydrolysis of plant raw materials Knowledge Content:  The high polysaccharide contained in the plant raw material spawns the monosaccharide with the action of water under the presence of the catalyst. The plant raw materials used for hydrolysis production are mainly waste from deforestation or wood processing (e.g. foreign materials, sheet skins, wood chips) and agricultural waste (e.g. corn cores, sugar cane residue, cottonseed shells, etc.). Commoncatalysts are acid and enzyme. In the more complete hydrolysis conditions of monosaccharides are mainly glucose and xylitose, in addition to a certain amount of glycose, semi-lactose, arabic sugar and other monosaccharides, of which glucose, sugar, semi-lactose belong to the sugar, the remaining sugar. At the same time, a certain amount of volatile by-products such as acetic acid, ant acid, acetaldehyde and formuol can be obtained in the production of monosaccharide.……

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