4The CellCell Wall:Provides Protection and supportMade of cellulose
5The 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.
6The Cell “Green jelly beans” Contains CHLOROPHYLL Makes food for cell Chloroplast:“Green jelly beans”Contains CHLOROPHYLLMakes food for cell(Photosynthesis – capturesENERGY IN SUNLIGHT(equation)
7Classification 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
8ALGAE Simple plants with no … There are three types … Roots Stems ChlorophytaALGAESimple plants with no …RootsStemsLeavesThere are three types …PhaeophytaRhodophyta
46How does pollen get from the stamen to the pistil? Insect PollinatorsWind
47Humans 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
48Seed & Fruit Production a) After pollen lands on stigma a tube grows down the style to an ovule.
49Seed & Fruit Production b) The fertilized zygote develops into a seed.
50Seed & Fruit Production c) The ovary that surrounds the ovules develops into a fruit.
51Seed & 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.