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B4 a-d Pig (F)
Name the pores in the bottom of a leaf
What is the job of air spaces?
Allow gases to diffuse from palisade cell to air/air to palisade cell
List 3 adaptations of a leaf for efficient photosynthesis
Broad (large surface area) This (short diffusion distance) Palisade cells have many chloroplasts (containing chlorophyll) Veins bring water/remove sugar Stomata allow carbon dioxide in/oxygen out
What is osmosis
Diffusion of water from a high water concentration to a low water concentration across a partially permeable membrane
What is a partially permeable membrane?
A membrane that only lets certain (small) molecules, like water, through
What will happen to a red blood cell if you inject pure water into your veins?
Water will enter the cell by osmosis until it bursts
What do you call a plant cell that has lost a lot of water by osmosis
Name tube Z
What is the job of phloem?
Transporting sugars around the plant
What is this device called and what is it for?
Potometer Measuring water uptake (allow transpiration) in a plant
What is transpiration?
Loss of water vapour from the leaves
List 2 ways of increasing the rate of transpiration
Increase temperature Increase wind speed Decrease humidity Increase light intensity
List 4 minerals needed by a plant
Nitrate Phosphate Potassium Magnesium
Why does a plant need magnesium?
To make chlorophyll (for photosynthesis)
What will a plant look like if it is grown with very little nitrate?
How do minerals enter a root hair?
B4 a-d Pig (H). What is the job of air spaces?
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