4 The CellCell Wall:Provides Protection and supportMade of cellulose
5 The CellVacuoles: Larger in plantsOsmosis – the movement of water from a high concentration to a low concentrationIf a plant does not receive enough water it will wilt.
6 The Cell “Green jelly beans” Contains CHLOROPHYLL Makes food for cell Chloroplast:“Green jelly beans”Contains CHLOROPHYLLMakes food for cell(Photosynthesis – capturesENERGY IN SUNLIGHT(equation)
7 Classification of Plants Nonvascular vs. Vascular Plants Do not contain tubes to carry water up and down plantAlgaeChlorophytaPhaeophytaRhodophytaBryophytaMossesLiverwortsVascular:Do have tubes to carry water, usually tallerFernsGymnospermsAngiosperms
8 ALGAE Simple plants with no … There are three types … Roots Stems ChlorophytaALGAESimple plants with no …RootsStemsLeavesThere are three types …PhaeophytaRhodophyta
46 How does pollen get from the stamen to the pistil? Insect PollinatorsWind
47 Humans can also selectively pollinate flowers: Taking pollen from one plant with a certain trait and placing it on a plant with a different trait.For example, taking pollen from a short plant and placing it on a plant that is tall.Crosspollination
48 Seed & Fruit Production a) After pollen lands on stigma a tube grows down the style to an ovule.
49 Seed & Fruit Production b) The fertilized zygote develops into a seed.
50 Seed & Fruit Production c) The ovary that surrounds the ovules develops into a fruit.
51 Seed & Fruit Production c) The ovary that surrounds the ovules develops into a fruit(if the fruit dries out it becomes a shell).Produces nuts, grainsAcorns, etc.