The study of different outside features of the organism is known as morphology. The angiosperms are described by nearness of roots, stems, leaves, blooms and fruits. The roots are divided into different regions: Root cap, meristematic region, a region of elongation, root hair region, and region of maturation. Morphology is the part of science which manages the study of form and structure. In botany, The stem in plants is modified for various secondary functions like storage, climbing, flat, expanded lateral outgrowth of a stem arising from the node and helps in photosynthesis, exchange of gases and transpiration through stomata. It, for the most part implies the study of exterior features, forms and relative places of various organs on plants.
Section 1: Morphology of Flowering Plants