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1 Welcome to TURNER Field

2 RULES You need to have a set batting list of your players (Boy, Girl, Boy, Girl order) The player that is batting gets to decide if they want to run a SINGLE, DOUBLE, TRIPLE, or HOMERUN. You have 30 seconds to write your answer on the board and raise it up. (You may discuss with your teammates, but the person batting must write the answer and have the board). If you don’t answer it in 30 SECONDS then the other team can get a chance to answer. You can STEAL a base, but you have to answer a 3rd base question. If you get it wrong you’re OUT!



5 1 2 3 4 5 6 1st base 2nd base 3rd base Home run 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1

6 Question 1 Give me three characteristics that all plants have. Answer

7 Answer Multicellular Autotrophic Have organ systems Eukaryotic Home

8 QUESTION 2 Write two land adaptations of plants. Answer

9 Answer Waxy cuticle Thick cell walls made of cellulose Roots Seeds
Leaf shapes HOME

10 Question 3 3. What is the difference between vascular and non vascular plants? Answer

11 Answer Vascular have xylem and phloem and which gives structure to the plants. Vascular plants’ dominant life stage is the sporophyte. HOME

12 Question 4 What is the most successful group of plants? (Give me the phylum name) Answer

13 Answer Anthophyta HOME

14 Question 5 A B C 5. Label the three male parts of the flower. Answer

15 Answer A: Stamen B: Anther C: Filament HOME

16 Question 6 6. What is the term used for “naked seed”? Answer

17 Answer Gymnosperm HOME

18 Question 7 7. Xylem and Phloem are part of the vascular tissue. What is each part responsible for? Answer

19 Answer Xylem: Water Phloem: Nutrients, Sugar HOME

20 Question 8 8. What is the difference between a monocot and dicot?

21 Answer Monocot has one seed leaf, usually have parallel veins, flower parts are in multiples of three and scattered vascular tissue. Dicots hae two seed leaves, netlike viens, flower parts in multiples of four or five, and ringed vascular tissue. HOME

22 Question 9 What is the term that describes a seed that is enclosed by a fruit? Answer

23 Answer Angiosperm HOME

24 Question 10 10. List three common name examples of nonvascular plants.

25 Answer Liverworts Hornworts Mosses HOME

26 Question 1 What two phases do plant life cycles alternate between?

27 Answer Sporophyte phase (2n spore producing plant) and Gametophyte Phase (n gamete-producing plant). HOME

28 Question 2 2. What do plants do when conditions are hot and water is lost through the leaves by transpiration? Answer

29 Answer Guard cell deflates and closes the stomata. P. 653 HOME

30 Question 3 3. What does thigmotrophism mean? Answer

31 Answer Movement of plants through touch (like Venus Fly Trap) HOME

32 Question 4 4. Give me two examples of plants that are gymnosperms.

33 Answer Ginkgo, Cycads, Conifers, Gnetum, Welwischia, Ephedra HOME

34 Question 5 What are the three parts of a female flower parts called?
B What are the three parts of a female flower parts called? Answer C

35 Answer A: Stigma B: Style C: Ovary HOME

36 Question 6 6. What goes in the blank?
Anther: Male gametophyte in a flowering plant. __________: Male gametophyte in a non- vascular plant. Answer

37 Answer Antheridium HOME

38 Question 7 7. What part of the plant are you looking at? Answer

39 Answer The stem HOME

40 Question 8 8. A carrot is an example of a(n) ____. Answer

41 Answer Taproot HOME

42 Question 9 9. If monocots do not have wood then what supports palm trees? Answer

43 Answer Rely on overlapping leaf bases, thickened enlarged cells. And prop roots to stay up HOME

44 Question 10 Are pine trees monocots or dicots? Answer

45 Answer Pines are conifers meaning they are neither monocots or dicots. They have gymnosperms. HOME

46 Question 1 What is a disadvantage if the stomata is closed due to loss of water? Answer

47 Answer There might not be enough CO2 for photosynthesis to occur.

48 Question 2 2. One thing on your bucket list is to make the world’s tallest plant. You decide to try this over your spring break. What hormone could you use in order to try to cross that off of your bucket list? Answer

49 Answer Gibberellins p HOME

50 Question 3 Give the phylum name that is vascular, does not have protected seeds, and have needle-leaved plants. Answer

51 Answer Phylum: Coniferophyta HOME

52 Question 4 4. Name four blanks of your choice. Answer G F E D A C B

53 Answer A: Xylem/Phloem B: Stomata C: Lower Epidermis D: Spongy Mesophyll E: Palisade Mesophyll F: Upper Epidermis G: Cuticle p. 655 HOME

54 Question 5 5. I am a non-vascular moss. What Phylum am I? Answer

55 Answer Phylum Bryophyta HOME

56 Question 6 6. Which plant tissue is responsible for photosynthesis in leaves – sclerenchyma, parenchyma or collenchyma? Answer

57 Answer Parenchyma p HOME

58 Question 7 In terms of being adapted to land, what are the most successful plants and the least successful plant phyla? Give me a phylum name for both. Answer

59 Answer Anthophyta and Bryophyta HOME

60 Question 8 What is the Latin word for Hepato? Answer

61 Answer Liver. HOME

62 Question 9 When you are eating a fruit what are you eating? Answer

63 Answer A mature ovary. HOME

64 Question 10 Does it make sense that Spongebob’s pineapple house grew underwater? Explain the science behind your conclusion. Answer

65 Answer If a plant were to grow underwater it would have too much moister in its roots which would lead to decrease in O2 for the plants. The plants will then have excess CO2, Nitrogen which would suffocate the plant. HOME

66 Question 1 You need to ship fruits across the globe. You don’t want the fruits to ripe during that time, what hormone would you want to slow down to prevent this from happening? Answer

67 Answer Ethylene must be filtered out. Ethylene controls fruit ripening. p. 681 HOME

68 Question 2 How could have a cuticle evolved through natural selection?

69 Answer Cuticles are waxy particles that prevent water loss. Some plants that are living in the dry environments could have had a mutation that created this cuticle which helped them survive and reproduce. HOME

70 Question 3 You have a vine growing sideways, twisting along the railing. What type of tropism is this plant showing? Answer

71 Answer Thigmotrophism p HOME

72 Question 4 What three tissues make up the simple tissues of a plant?

73 Answer Dermal: covers the plant Ground: makes up most of the plant Vascular: transports fluids throughout the plant p. 642 HOME

74 Question 5 Explain how tree rings form. Answer

75 Answer Tree rings form due to uneven growth over the season. During the spring you have your plenty of water which lead to new xylem cells that are wide and have thin walls. This results in the light color. During harsh weathers there is not enough water so the xylem cells are smaller and have thicker walls so they have a darker color. HOME

76 Question 6 What environments would you find non- vascular plants?

77 Answer Small, inhabiting shady, moist areas. HOME

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