Ch 18: Plant Cell Morphology

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Use the short video lessons in this chapter to refresh your understanding of plant cell morphology. Prepare for an upcoming test or class project by taking our multiple-choice self-assessment quizzes to see how well you understand these scientific topics.

Plant Cell Morphology - Chapter Summary

This chapter presents you with an overview of the internal morphology of plant cells. You can learn what makes plant cells so unique and what differentiates them from the cells found in humans. Once you work through these lessons, you should be able to do the following:

  • Explain why the chloroplast is the perfect place for photosynthesis to occur
  • Describe what the nucleus of a plant cell does
  • Detail the structures and functions of the organelles found in eukaryotic cells

Use our printable lesson transcripts to make hard-copy study guides you can take with you anywhere. Our video lessons are short and created by professional instructors to make learning enjoyable. If you're unsure if you've grasped the material, take the multiple-choice quizzes that accompany our lessons to test your knowledge.

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