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Learning unit 0 Welcome and introduction 4, Learning unit 1 Introduction The world of plants 15. Learning unit 2 The structure of cells 24, Learning unit 3 Plant structure growth and development 32. Learning unit 4 Roots stems and leaves the primary plant body 36. Learning unit 5 Secondary growth in plants 52, Learning unit 6 Reproduction meiosis and life cycles 57. Learning unit 7 Biological Evolution 62, Learning unit 8 Classification Naming and organising plants and microbes 72. BOT1501 001 4 2018, Welcome to Plant Structure Cytology Morphology and Anatomy BOT1501.
This module is online but you can also use this document for your studies It is a convenient document that you can consult at. any time and you can make notes on it I would nevertheless encourage you to also make use of the module site because it. has several advantages You can access any part of the study material by clicking on the links in the table of contents of the. study units learning units and you can communicate with your lecturer and fellow students on the course website s discussion. This document contains the text of the Plant Structure Cytology Morphology and Anatomy module learning units You must. definitely read learning unit 0 because it contains important information about the module Remember to read Tutorial Letter. 101 where you will find essential information about the module and the assignments. I wish you all the best in your studies,Your lecturer. Learning Module site Things to,Units remember,Learning Learning unit 0 Welcome and introduction. 0 1 Getting started,0 2 Lecturer and contact details. 0 2 1 Lecturer and department,0 2 2 University,0 2 3 Student support services. 0 3 Purpose and outcomes of this module,0 4 How the content of this module is structured.
0 5 Learning resources,0 6 Study plan,0 7 How should you go about studying this module. 0 7 1 Learning strategies you can apply the SSS method. 0 7 1 1 Skimming,0 7 1 2 Scanning and outlining,0 7 1 3 Study reading and active learning. 0 7 2 Managing your self paced study time,0 7 3 Finding research scientific articles. 0 7 4 Avoiding plagiarism,0 8 Using myUnisa,0 8 1 The myUnisa menu options. 0 8 2 myUnisa etiquette,0 8 3 Activity 0 1 Introduce yourself.
0 9 Assessment in this module,0 1 Getting started, Welcome to Plant Structure Cytology Morphology and Anatomy BOT1501 This module is offered by. Unisa s Department of Life and Consumer Sciences, This is an online module which means that you will find everything you need to complete the module. on this site Check this site regularly for updates posted announcements and additional resources that. will be uploaded throughout the semester, The university s online platform myUnisa allows you to. submit assignments I recommend that you submit your assignment online as this will ensure. that you receive rapid feedback and comments,access your official study material. BOT1501 001 4 2018,access the Unisa Library functions.
chat to your lecturer or to fellow students and participate in online discussion forums. access a variety of learning resources, Please take some time to familiarise yourself with the site so that you get to know where the different. tools and resources are I shall give you more information about this later in this learning unit. Although I really encourage you to study this module online I realise that some of you don t have online. access at all while others may have online access only from time to time For this reason Unisa has. provided a printed study pack for this module,Your study material for this module consists of. your prescribed textbook,these learning units,Tutorial Letter 101. any other tutorial letters you may receive throughout the year. Details of your prescribed book are given in the Prescribed books menu option which you can access. on the left hand side of this screen and also in Tutorial Letter 101. Tutorial Letter 101 will be posted to you but you also can access it on this site Do this by clicking on. Official Study Material in the menu on the left Once there select Tutorial Letter 101. Tutorial Letter 101 is just one of the tutorial letters you will be receiving during the semester Please. read it carefully You also will receive further tutorial letters shortly after the due dates for the. submission of the assignments these will contain suggested solutions to the assignment questions. In this learning unit I shall give you an overview of and some general information about this module I. also shall tell you more about possible study strategies how to use myUnisa and about the assessment. in the module, Click on Next below to go to the next screen where you will find more information about contact. 0 2 Lecturer and contact details, In this section I shall give you my own contact details as well as details of the Department of Life and.
Consumer Sciences at Unisa which is the academic department that offers this module I also shall. give you the university s contact details as well as some information about the student support services. at Unisa which you are welcome to use, Whenever you contact the university whether in writing or by phone always provide the module code. and your student number, If you write to Unisa you may enclose more than one letter in an envelope but do not direct enquiries. to different departments e g Despatch and Library Services in the same letter as this will cause. replies to your enquiries being delayed Please write a separate letter to each department and mark. each letter clearly for the attention of that department You may not send letters to lecturers in the. same envelope as your assignments,0 2 1 Lecturer and department. Lecturer Mr Ambani R Mudau, Telephone number 27 11 471 3921 during office hours 8 00 16 00. E mail address mudauar unisa ac za,Postal address,The Lecturer BOT1501.
Department of Life and Consumer Sciences,Private Bag X6. Telephone number Departmental secretary 27 11 471 2230. Fax number 27 11 471 2796,0 2 2 University, If you need to contact the university about matters not related to the content of this module consult my. Studies Unisa This brochure contains information on how to contact the university e g to whom you. can write with different queries important telephone and fax numbers addresses and details of the. opening and closing times of particular facilities You may access this site at. www unisa ac za contents study2012 docs myStudies Unisa 2014 pdf. You also can use the following contact routes, Unisa website http www unisa ac za http mobi unisa ac za. E mail general enquiries info unisa ac za, International students can use the e mail address info unisa ac za. study info unisa ac za for enquiries related to application and registration. assign unisa ac za for assignment enquiries,exams unisa ac za for examination enquiries.
despatch unisa ac za for study material enquiries,finan unisa ac za for student account enquiries. myUnisaHelp unisa ac za for assistance with myUnisa. myLifeHelp unisa ac za for assistance with myLife e mail accounts. SMS 32695 South Africa only, You will receive an auto response SMS with the various SMS options The cost per SMS is R1 00. Fax 012 429 4150,0 2 3 Student support services, For information about the various student support systems and services available at Unisa e g student. counselling tutorial classes language support consult my Studies Unisa at. www unisa ac za contents study2012 docs myStudies Unisa 2014 pdf. Fellow students, It s always a good idea to have contact with fellow students You can do this using the Discussion. menu option on myUnisa You also can use the Discussion forum to find out whether there are students. in your area who would like to form study groups, my Studies Unisa lists all the services offered by the Unisa Library at the site.
www unisa ac za contents study2012 docs myStudies Unisa 2014 pdf. To log onto the Library website you need to provide your login details i e your student number and. BOT1501 001 4 2018, your myUnisa password to access the Library s online resources and services This will enable you to. request library material,view and renew your library material. use the Library s e resources, Unisa Directorate for Counselling and Career Development DCCD. DCCD supports prospective and registered students before during and after their Unisa studies There. are resources on its website, http www unisa ac za Default asp Cmd ViewContent ContentID 15974 and also printed booklets. available to assist you with, career advice and how to develop your employability skills.
study skills, academic literacy reading writing and quantitative skills. assignment submission,exam preparation, Advocacy and Resource Centre for Students with Disabilities ARCSWiD. You will find more information about this centre on its web page at. http www unisa ac za default asp Cmd ViewContent ContentID 19553 You also can contact Ms. Vukati Ndlovu on 012 441 5470,0 3 Purpose and outcomes of this module. The purpose of this module is to acquaint you with some of the most important concepts in Plant. Science This includes the structure and functions of the primary and secondary plant body normal and. modified plant organs and flowers seeds and fruit You also will learn more about the importance of. plants for life on Earth basic evolutionary theory and the development of classification systems. The outcomes of the module are that after completing the module you should be able to. compare the structures and functions of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. discuss the structures and functions of primary and secondary cells and tissues. explain the structures and functions of the normal and modified plant organs of which the plant. body consists, relate flower morphology to the types of seeds and fruit that are produced. substantiate the importance of plants for sustaining life on Earth. discuss the evidence of evolution and the main evolutionary mechanisms that lead to new. explain the development of classification systems, The next section will give you a better idea of how the content of the module is structured and how the.
various ideas expressed in the learning outcomes are related. 0 4 How the content of this module is structured, This module covers a wide range of subject areas It may be useful to consider the module as starting. with an introduction to plant structure from deep within a cell where you will look at organelles such as. the cell membrane ribosomes endoplasmic reticulum Golgi apparatus to mention a few Then you will. expand your view to look at the tissues and organs of the plant particularly those involved in storing. transporting as well as protecting the body from damage and disease Finally you will focus on an even. larger picture by examining the evolution and classification of plants. We shall start out in learning unit 1 by looking at some general aspects of plants such as plants. contribution on Earth and the way humans use plants In learning unit 2 we shall study the plant cell. and in learning units 3 to 6 we shall study the structure of plants which includes the primary and. secondary plant body and plants reproductive organs In learning unit 7 we shall look at evolution and. in learning unit 8 at plant classification, Now that you have a better idea of how the module is structured let s look at what your studies will. 0 5 Learning resources, Your main learning resources for this module will be your prescribed textbook and these learning units. These resources will be supported by tutorial letters. The prescribed textbook that you need to use in conjunction with the online material is. Graham Linda Graham J and Wilcox L 2014 Plant Biology Pearson New International Edition 2nd. edition Essex Pearson ISBN 9781292042497, You will find more details about the textbook in the menu option Prescribed books to the left of this. screen and also in Tutorial Letter 101, The textbook is a comprehensive guide that covers a large scope in the field of Botany such as plant.
anatomy and physiology taxonomy environmental botany and plant systematics Thus you don t have. to learn everything in the textbook so please follow the guidelines I shall be giving you in terms of what. to study Also use the online learning material to guide you in what you need to learn You will need to. study the chapters listed at the beginning of each learning unit and any recommended reading sections. If you find a topic particularly interesting you re very welcome to do additional reading about it. For the sake of convenience I shall refer to the textbook in the learning units as Graham et al 2014. 0 6 Study plan, Consult my Studies Unisa for suggestions on general time management and planning skills Access. this at www unisa ac za contents study2012 docs myStudies Unisa 2014 pdf. This is a semester module offered over 15 weeks and requires at least 120 hours of study time This. means that you will have to study this module at least eight hours per week. Here is a schedule that you could use as a guideline for studying this module. ACTIVITY HOURS, Reading and rereading Tutorial Letter 101 and learning unit 0 3. Skimming learning units and textbook forming a thorough general impression 5. of the whole module, First reading of learning units 1 8 and textbook two hours per learning unit 1. BOT1501 001 4 2018 3 Preface Welcome to Plant Structure Cytology Morphology and Anatomy BOT1501 This module is online but you can also use this document for your studies It is a convenient document that you can consult at any time and you can make notes on it I would nevertheless encourage you to also make use of the module site

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