Presentation on theme: "Adaptations to prevent water loss… Waxy covering? Vascular tissue? Stomata?"— Presentation transcript:
Adaptations to prevent water loss… Waxy covering? Vascular tissue? Stomata?
Male reproductive part? Name the 2 parts. Female reproductive part? Name the 3 parts. Bottom or outside whorl used to protect developing flower? Inner whorl of a flower used to attract pollinators?
Cell involved in photosynthesis Cell involved in support of growing regions Cell that supports nongrowing regions Site of attachment of leaves Largest root of a plant
Specialized root that grows from uncommon places Secondary growth of xylem Phloem produced near outside of stem Increase root surface area Lighter colored wood near outside of trunk
When a flower is pollination – what develops into the seed? Fruit? Response to environmental stimuli? –If stimuli is water? –If stimuli is touch? –If stimuli is light? –If stimuli is gravity? Vascular plants with naked seeds? Vascular plants with seeds enclosed in a fruit? Plants with true roots, stems, leaves, xylem and phloem? What does xylem transport? phloem?
Internal factors that affect the growth and development of a plant? –Inhibits growth of buds and germination –Ripens fruit and promotes abscission –Promotes lateral bud growth –Promotes cell elongation and rooting –Promotes germination and increases size of fruit
Leaf, Stem, Root (include all correct locations) –Primary site of photosynthesis - –Transport of water and nutrients – –Store nutrients and water – –Control transpiration – –Have stomata - –Support leaves - –Site of gas exchange –
Monocot, Dicot, Both –Ringed vascular tissue - –Scattered vascular tissue - –Found in angiosperms - –1 cotyledon - –Vascular seed plant - –Parallel venation - –Petals and sepals in 3’s -