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Define cuticle and stomata.Cuticle: waxy layer on leaves to prevent water loss. Stomata: pores in leaves for exchanged carbon dioxide and oxygen.
What does Gymnosperm mean in Greek?Naked seed, like pine cones
Define xylem and phloemXylem: Vascular tissue that conducts water up a plant. Phloem: Vascular tissue that conducts sugars both directions in a plant.
What is a fiddlehead? The young, coiled frond of a fern.
What is the function of petals?To attract pollinators to the flower.
What are the male parts of a flower?Stamen: Anther: makes pollen Filament: stalk that holds up anther
Both mosses and ferns produce __________________.spores
Asexual reproduction produces new plants that are genetically ______________ from the parent plant.identical
Angiosperms have what? Flowers FruitsAngie is a girls name. Girls like flowers. Jim is a boys name (Gymnosperms).
What are three types of plant tissue?Vascular Ground Dermal
The conducting cells of phloem are calledsieve tube cells.
Label the diagram. A. Ground tissue B. Xylem C. Phloem
Cactus spines are modified _________________.Leaves
Define Biennials require two growing seasons to complete their life cycle.
Do plant shoots show negative OR positive gravitropism?Negative (they grow against gravity).
The first sign of germination is the emergence of the embryo’sroot
As a member of the grass family (monocots), the veins in wheat leaves areparallel.
What do wheat flowers lack?sepals and petals, because they are not pollinated by insects or birds.
No Journal. Count and put the number on top. Pass them in.18
Standard III-2 Kingdom Plantae
Biology AHSGE Standard X- Kingdom Plantae. Eligible Content CONTENT STANDARD 10. Distinguish between monocots and dicots, angiosperms and gymnosperms,
PLANTS Chapters 23 & 24.
Flowering plants Cone-bearing plants Ferns and their relatives
Plant Cell Journal - Elodea
Plant Kingdom NOTES #2.
Bellwork: Label the parts of the flower.
PLANT STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
Leaves have many functions 1. Leaves are the photosynthetic organ of a plant; usually they are composed of 2 parts: the blade and petiole. 2. Leaves are.
Figure 24–5 The Structure of a Flower
Invasion of land Stomata: opening: allows CO2 into the leaf Cuticle: Protects from water loss Vascular tissue: xylem and phloem Roots: absorb nutrients.
Gymnosperms & Angiosperms
What is a plant??? Organism that is: Multicellular Eukaryote
Plant Structures Plant Science.
Unit 7: Plants 7.0 Botany: The study of plants. 7.1 Characteristics of Plants -Multicellular -Nucleus with DNA -Photosynthesis -Cell Wall -Sessile (Do.
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