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Chapter #19 The Importance of Leaves
Chapter 19.1 Notes Blade- thin, flat part of leaf. Stalk-usually joins the leaf to the stem. Midrib-is the main vein of the leaf. Stalk Blade Midrib
Leaves are arranged in 3 different ways. Alternate Opposite Whorled Opposite Alternate Whorled
Waxy layer- protective layer, protects from water loss & insects. Epidermis-is the outer layer of cells of a plant. Palisade layer- the layer of long, green cells below the upper epidermis (makes most of food). Spongy layer- below palisade layer is a layer of round, green cells. Has air spaces. Stoma- is a small pore or opening in the epidermis allows air and water to go in and out. Guard cells- are green cells that change the size of stoma in a leaf. Found on either side of stoma.
Transpiration- the process of water passing out through the stomata of leaves. Wilting- is when a plant loses water faster than it can be replaced.
Chapter 19.2 Notes Photosynthesis- is the process in which plants use water, carbon dioxide, and energy from the sun to make food 6 CO 2 + 6H 2 O C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 Carbon dioxide + water = sugar + oxygen Sunlight Raw materials Final Product Waste Product
Chapter 19.3 Notes Food chain- always start with the sun…then a producer (green plant) Leaves are used for food, flavorings, spices, and making drugs… Digitals-drug used to treat heart disease.
Common pigments colors in leaves 1.Red 2.Yellow 3.Green Why do leaves change color? 1.Flow of sap in the stem slows down 2.Temperature drops 3.Less sunlight 4.Chlorophyll breaks down 5.Other pigments show through
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