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1 Review for Plants Test Test Date: Friday, Feb. 8 th All Core Classes

2 Study Guide 1.The part of the plant that takes in water and nutrients is the __________________. 2.The two main reproductive structures in a flower are the _____________ and the ____________. 3.The ____________ consists of two parts: the filament and the anther.

3 Study Guide 1.The part of the plant that takes in water and nutrients is the roots. 2.The two main reproductive structures in a flower are the _____________ and the ____________. 3.The ____________ consists of two parts: the filament and the anther.

4 Study Guide 1.The part of the plant that takes in water and nutrients is the roots. 2.The two main reproductive structures in a flower are the pistil and the stamen. 3.The ____________ consists of two parts: the filament and the anther.

5 Study Guide 1.The part of the plant that takes in water and nutrients is the roots. 2.The two main reproductive structures in a flower are the pistil and the stamen. 3.The stamen consists of two parts: the filament and the anther.

6 Study Guide 2. The two main reproductive structures in a flower are the pistil and the stamen. 3.The stamen consists of two parts: the filament and the anther. 4.Pollen is found inside the ______________.

7 Study Guide 2. The two main reproductive structures in a flower are the pistil and the stamen. 3.The stamen consists of two parts: the filament and the anther. 4.Pollen is found inside the anther.

8 Study Guide 3. The stamen consists of two parts: the filament and the anther. 4.Pollen is found inside the anther. 5.A dicot seed has _______ seedleaves.

9 Study Guide 3. The stamen consists of two parts: the filament and the anther. 4.Pollen is found inside the anther. 5.A dicot seed has two seedleaves.

10 Study Guide 3. The stamen consists of two parts: the filament and the anther. 4.Pollen is found inside the anther. 5.A dicot seed has two seedleaves. 6.The parts of a ___________ flower are usually in fours or fives.

11 Study Guide 3. The stamen consists of two parts: the filament and the anther. 4.Pollen is found inside the anther. 5.A dicot seed has two seedleaves. 6.The parts of a dicot flower are usually in fours or fives.

12 Study Guide 4. Pollen is found inside the anther. 5. A dicot seed has two seedleaves. 6. The parts of a dicot flower are usually in fours or fives. 7. There are ___________ shapes of leaves.

13 Study Guide 4. Pollen is found inside the anther. 5. A dicot seed has two seedleaves. 6. The parts of a dicot flower are usually in fours or fives. 7. There are many shapes of leaves.

14 Study Guide 5. A dicot seed has two seedleaves. 6. The parts of a dicot flower are usually in fours or fives. 7.There are many shapes of leaves. 8._____________ trees shed their leaves each year.

15 Study Guide 5. A dicot seed has two seedleaves. 6. The parts of a dicot flower are usually in fours or fives. 7.There are many shapes of leaves. 8. Deciduous trees shed their leaves each year.

16 Study Guide 6. The parts of a dicot flower are usually in fours or fives. 7.There are many shapes of leaves. 8. Deciduous trees shed their leaves each year. 9. Coniferous trees are also called ___________ because they stay green all year.

17 Study Guide 6. The parts of a dicot flower are usually in fours or fives. 7.There are many shapes of leaves. 8. Deciduous trees shed their leaves each year. 9. Coniferous trees are also called evergreen because they stay green all year.

18 Study Guide 7.There are many shapes of leaves. 8. Deciduous trees shed their leaves each year. 9.Coniferous trees are also called evergreen because they stay green all year. 10. Plants need ____________, sunlight, and carbon dioxide to carry out photosynthesis.

19 Study Guide 7.There are many shapes of leaves. 8. Deciduous trees shed their leaves each year. 9.Coniferous trees are also called evergreen because they stay green all year. 10. Plants need water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide to carry out photosynthesis.

20 Study Guide 9.Coniferous trees are also called evergreen because they stay green all year. 10. Plants need water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide to carry out photosynthesis. 11. The products of photosynthesis are ____________ and _____________.

21 Study Guide 9.Coniferous trees are also called evergreen because they stay green all year. 10. Plants need water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide to carry out photosynthesis. 11. The products of photosynthesis are oxygen and glucose.

22 Study Guide 10. Plants need water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide to carry out photosynthesis. 11. The products of photosynthesis are oxygen and glucose. 12. Photosynthesis occurs in the ____________ of the plant cell.

23 Study Guide 10. Plants need water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide to carry out photosynthesis. 11. The products of photosynthesis are oxygen and glucose. 12. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast of the plant cell.

24 Study Guide 11. The products of photosynthesis are oxygen and glucose. 12. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast of the plant cell. 13. _____________ is the opposite process of photosynthesis, which breaks down glucose to release stored energy.

25 Study Guide 11. The products of photosynthesis are oxygen and glucose. 12. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast of the plant cell. 13. Respiration is the opposite process of photosynthesis, which breaks down glucose to release stored energy.

26 Study Guide 12. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast of the plant cell. 13. Respiration is the opposite process of photosynthesis, which breaks down glucose to release stored energy. 14. During ______________, plants release water vapor through their leaves.

27 Study Guide 12. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast of the plant cell. 13. Respiration is the opposite process of photosynthesis, which breaks down glucose to release stored energy. 14. During transpiration, plants release water vapor through their leaves.

28 Study Guide 13. Respiration is the opposite process of photosynthesis, which breaks down glucose to release stored energy. 14.During transpiration, plants release water vapor through their leaves. 15. Transpiration is part of the __________ cycle.

29 Study Guide 13. Respiration is the opposite process of photosynthesis, which breaks down glucose to release stored energy. 14.During transpiration, plants release water vapor through their leaves. 15. Transpiration is part of the water cycle.

30 Study Guide What part of the plant is shown?

31 Study Guide What part of the plant is shown? 16. anther

32 Study Guide What part of the plant is shown? 16. anther 17. leaf

33 Study Guide What part of the plant is shown? 16. anther 17. leaf 18. pollen

34 Study Guide What part of the plant is shown? 16. anther 17. leaf 18. pollen 19. roots 20.

35 Study Guide What part of the plant is shown? 16. anther 17. leaf 18. pollen 19. roots 20. filament

36 Study Guide Identify each leaf

37 Study Guide Identify each leaf. 21. oak

38 Study Guide Identify each leaf. 21. oak 22. holly 23.

39 Study Guide Identify each leaf. 21. oak 22. holly 23. blackthorn

40 Study Guide 24. Explain how plants and animals exchange gases and energy.

41 Study Guide 24.Explain how plants and animals exchange gases and energy. Plants use carbon dioxide, water and sunlight to produce glucose and oxygen. Animals eat the glucose and breathe in the oxygen to get their energy. Then they breathe out carbon dioxide so the cycle continues.

42 Study Guide 25.Describe what would happen to a plant left in a closet.

43 Study Guide 25.Describe what would happen to a plant left in a closet. The plant would not receive sunlight in the closet, so it would not be able to carry out photosynthesis and would not have the energy it needs to live.

44 Plants Test This Friday, 2/8/13 No books, notes, study guide Will be on Computer Questions will not be in same order


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