page                                     TABLE OF CONTENTS
Relationship of  Horticulture to Other Agricultural Disciplines and Sciences
 1     Relationship Tree
 2     Definition of Areas of Horticulture and Other Agricultural Disciplines
Plant Anatomy, Morphology and Development
 3     Organs and Tissue Systems in Plants
 4     Plant Organs, Tissue Systems, Tissues and Cell Types
 5     Cell Components
 6     Cell Structure
 7     The Genetic Basis of Life
 8    Meristems and Growth
 9     Distinguishing Characteristics of Monocots, Dicots and Gymnosperms
10    Functions of Organs
11    Stem Morphology
12    Stem Anatomy - Dicots and Gymnosperms
13    Stem Anatomy - Monocots; Root Anatomy
14    Leaf Morphology
15    Leaf Types
16   Leaf Anatomy
17    Function of Leaf Parts
18    Summary of Anatomy
19  Flowers, Flower Parts, Fruits and Seeds
20    Flower, Fruits and Seed Structure
Physiology of Plants
21  Photosynthesis
22   Biochemical Reactions of Photosynthesis - C-3 Type
23   Types of Plants Based on Types of Photosynthesis
24   Factors Affecting Photosynthesis
25   Effect of Light Quality on Photosynthesis
26   Effect of Light Intensity and CO2 on Photosynthesis
27   Biochemical Reactions of Respiration
28   Factors Affecting Respiration
29   Summary of Reactions of Photosynthesis and Respiration
Plant Hormones and Growth Substances
30  Definition, Types and Properties
31    Effects and Practical Applications - Auxin, and Cytokinin
32    Effects and Practical Applications  - GA, Ethylene and ABA
Temperature
33    The Relationship Between Temperature, Heat and Energy
34    The Greenhouse Effect
35    Practical Applications of Temperature Relations
36    Climate and Global Climatic Zones
37    Factors That Affect Temperature
38    Season of the Year is Determined by the Position of the Earth Relative to the Sun
39    Temperature Effects on Growth and Survival
40    High Temperature Effects on Plants
41    Types of Cold Damage and Types of Freezes
42    How a Radiational Freeze Develops
43    Low Temperature Damage
44    Methods to Prevent Freeze Damage
45    Types of Dormancy
46    Plants and Organs that Exhibit Rest
47    Chilling Requirements of Temperate Fruit Trees
48    Chilling Hour Zones of Texas and the Southern U.S.
49    Vernalization and Biennials
Light
50    Properties of Light
51    Measurement of Light Intensity
52    Effect of Light Quantity on Plants
53    Indoor Performance of Shade Versus Sun Foliage Plants
54    Effect of Light Intensity on Photosynthesis/Respiration Relations of Sun Vs. Shade Plants
55    Methods of Acclimatization - Grow Under Reduced Light Intensity
56    Methods of Acclimatization - Give Final Period of Greatly Reduced Light Intensity
57    Effect of Light Quality on Plants
58    Response of Plants to Photoperiod
59    Mechanisms of Photoperiodic Responses
Water
60    Properties of Water
61    Atmospheric Water
62    Precipitation or Hydrologic Cycle
63    Pathway of Water Through Plants
64    Absorption, Translocation and Transpiration
65    Factors that Affect Transpiration
66    Methods of Irrigation
Soil and Growing Media
67    Functions and Soil Profile
68    Soil Composition
69    Properties of Sand, Silt and Clay
70    Soil Chemistry
71    Growing Media for Containers
72    Soil Moisture
73    Mulches
Nutrition and Fertilizers
74    Essential Elements, Mobility and pH Effect
75    Fertilizer Analysis and Ratio
76    Function of Nutrients
77    Nutrient Tissue Concentration, Deficiency Symptoms, and Fertilizer Sources
78    Nutrients with Similar Deficiency Symptoms
79    Nitrogen Cycle
80    Nitrogen Conversions
Propagation - Sexual and Asexual
81    Sexual Vs. Asexual Propagation
82    Sexual (Seed) Propagation
83    Sexual Life Cycle of Higher Plants (Angiosperms)
84    Seed Dormancy
85    Cuttings
86    Types of Cuttings
87    Chimera
88    Never Propagate Chimeras by Leaf Cuttings - Why?
89    Layering
90    Types of Layering
91    Grafting and Budding
92    Types of Grafting
93    Types of Budding
Pruning and Growth Control
94    Pruning Terminology and Objectives
95    Pruning Methods
96    Factors to Consider on When to Prune
Pests
97    Pest and Pest Control
98    Types of Pests - Insects
99    Types of Pests - Arachnids, Nematodes and Mollusks
100  Types of Pests - Disease Causing  Pests and Weeds

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