Ppt on dispersal of seeds by animals pictures

Bio & E/E Warm-Up: 8/26/10 FACT: Biology is the study of life.

by a mutagen. ?: What is a biotic factor within an ecosystem? (SOMETHING ALIVE OR FORMERLY ALIVE…ANIMAL) An abiotic factor? (NOT ALIVE & NEVER WAS) Give examples of/to rise, which causes more erosion. ?: Which type of weather map displays real-time pictures of clouds? (SATELLITE) Which type displays real-time precipitation /(pollen joins with ovule to make a seed) 3) Dispersal (seeds spread) 4) Dormancy (seeds wait for opportunity to grow) 5) Germination (seeds sprout) ?: What are the major differences/

Plant Kingdom NOTES #2.

seeds are dispersed by animals Animals eat the fruit that surrounds the seeds and then the seeds are released by the animal as waste after the fruit is digested Other seeds are dispersed by wind and water These seeds are generally lightweight, allowing them to be carried in the air or float on the surface of the water MONOCOT VS. DICOT Parallel veins Complex arrangement of/jpg http://www.stargazerperennials.com/images/perennial-front-page-pictur.jpg http://www.onegreenworld.com/images/categories/blueberry./

Information Gathered from Hugh Ross’s

(i.e., constant) rates or rapidly at rates pulsed by major catastrophes. The young-earth versus old-earth debate is pictured in this context as a battle between the principles of uniformitarianism and the principles of catastrophism, with one significant twist. Catastrophism as defined by geologists refers to the formation of geologic structures through a variety of catastrophes occurring at different times. Young-earth creationists define catastrophism/

The Seed- God’s wonder and tiny mystery YOSHINOBU NAMIHIRA MD,FACG 3000 HALLS FERRY ROAD VICKSBURG, MS 39180 PH 601-638-9800,FAX 601-638-9808 E MAIL: NAMIHIRA.

. [1] [1] Establishment (2) The germination index can be used as an indicator of phytotoxicity in soils. The mortality between dispersal of seeds and completion of establishment can be so high, that many species survive only by producing huge numbers of seeds.phytotoxicity Germination rate In agriculture and gardening, germination rate is the number of seeds of a particular plant species, variety or particular seedlot that are likely to germinate. This/

What are the parts and function of a flower?

The agents of pollination are attracted to the flowers because of their color or their scent Sources All pictures are /disperse the seeds. Flowers help in reproduction of plants by forming fruits. The male and female parts of a flower contain male and female gametes respectively that fuse to form seed. This process takes place inside the ovary, which matures to form fruit. Pollination Pollen must fertilize an ovule to produce a viable seed. This process is called pollination, and is often aided by animals/

Kingdom Plantae. Outcomes  Recognize the role of plants within an ecozone  Use plant morphology to communicate about the role of plants in an ecosystem.

aid in dispersalFruits protect the seeds and aid in dispersal Have a more efficient vascular systemHave a more efficient vascular system Use animal and wind pollinationUse animal and wind pollination More diverse, occupy more nichesMore diverse, occupy more niches Vascular Seed Plants – Phylum Anthophyta - Monocots and Dicots  Angiosperms are divided into two classes: monocotyledones (monocots) and dicotyledones (dicots), by counting the number of seed leaves or coytledons, in/

Plant & Animal Interdependence Week 10 Directions 1.Prepare your desk for science. 2.Use voice level 2 (conversation) to discuss this question: What are.

Between an organism and the environment – Example(s) of the interaction – Picture(s) of the interaction Interactions Pollination Seed Dispersal Camouflage Migration Hibernation one station Pollination Flowers make a sweet liquid called nectar. This is a tasty food for bats, bees, butterflies, and birds. These and other animals move from flower to flower in search of nectar. The color of the petals and the flower’s scent guide/

PLANTS Year 1 Science. CLASS OPENER (15 MAY)  On the title page of your INB, complete the following:  Set up your title page using the illustration.

3  YOUR PICTURE MUST BE COLORED! Year 1 Science Review CLASS OPENER (18 MAY)  Come in quietly!  Take our your INBs and turn to page 2  Complete questions 11-20 on page 2 PARTS OF A FLOWERING PLANT REVIEW  Parts of a Flower: Review Parts of a Flower: Review LIFE CYCLE OF A PLANT LIFE CYCLE REVIEW  Dormancy  Germination  Pollination  Fertilization  Seed Dispersal - The dispersal of seeds by wind, animals, or water/

Benghal Dayflower (Commelina benghalensis L.) Seed Viability and Impact on Dispersal Mandeep Riar 1, Janet F. Spears 1, Joseph C. Burns 1, Theodore M.

dissemination methods that allow movement of weed seeds from one area to another. Seeds of some weed species disintegrate during animal digestion and pose no serious threat of seed dispersal. But the microbial digestion can break down dormancy mechanisms of other weed seeds, increasing seed germination. The purpose of this series of experiments was to examine the viability of Benghal dayflower seed that were subjected to extended periods of burial in soil, animal digestion, and simulated high/

The Ecology: Abiotic Factors Unit includes… A Four Part 2,400 Slide PowerPoint full of engaging activities, critical class notes, review opportunities,

Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy These type of animals are capable of maintaining a warm body temperature independent of environmental conditions. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy These type of organisms can’t regulate their internal temperature. When it/ require water because they breathe water vapor through external gills? Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What type of seed dispersal is represented by the picture below? Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy This is the term for how species spread through an island /

School’s Programme Below is a list of activities offered. An indication of whether it is a full or ½ day session and an explanation as to which sessions.

, including pollination, seed formation and seed dispersal. Links to Design and Technology. ½ day Science Plants/Forces KS2 Can be delivered to KS1 EYFS States of matter Using fire to discuss changes in states of matter- boiling a kettle, making charcoal in a can. Linking to water cycle game. Measuring puddles. Transpiration experiment between broadleaves and coniferous. Solids, Liquids, Gases. Identify the part played by evaporation and/

Investigations In Biology II Week 9: Fruits and Flying Seeds & Diversity of Leaves.

Seed dispersal ▪ Fruits not only protect the seeds, they can assist in dispersal upon maturity ▪ Fruits may depend on wind, water, or animals for seed dispersal ▪ Some seeds requiring animal dispersal produce sweet, nutrient rich flesh (e.g., blackberries, persimmons) ▪ Others hitch-hike instead of/surface of leaf are covered by an/pictures for studying later ▪ Fruits Exercise 2. Designing a wind-dispersed seed competition. You will work in groups of 2-4 to design a wind-dispersed fruit using a sunflower seed/

Classification The evolution of Complexity:

of the flower. It surrounds the seed and is often used to promote seed dispersal. Animals eat the fruit and seed and poop it somewhere else, this reduces competition with the parent plant. Parts of a Flower Pollination- fertilization of the female gamete by/ (egg) ex Platypus Body structure and development Animal Form Body structure and development Gastrulation of the blastospore Fig. 32-2-3 Remember this picture? Gastrulation of the blastospore Blastocoel Endoderm Cleavage Cleavage Blastula Ectoderm /

Biology EOC Review.

the environmental conditions improve. Metabolism is controlled by enzymes. Most bacteria are aerobic but /animals? Behavioral adaptations for mate recognition, increased parental care for young, balance of amount of eggs/sperm produced with success of fertilization. Greater protection and nutrition of developing egg….amniote egg. 125 What are the reproductive adaptations that offer the most success to plants? Pollination coevolution, protected seed in angiosperms, techniques for seed dispersal, evolution of/

Tropical Rainforest Biome By : Rana Asaad. Tropical Rainforest Tropical rainforest’s are located in South America, Africa and Asia "Rainforest Biomes."

of the first plants to rely on animals to disperse its seed. It does this by bribing them with a nutritious and smelly food surrounding its seed. Durian trees grows in lowland rainforests, scientists think it is one of the first plants to rely on animals to disperse its seed. It does this by/2012.. "Picture of Rainfores." Picture of Rainforest. Web. 25 Jan. 2012.. Human activities A few human activities that affect the rainforest is oil extraction, logging, mining, pollution, hunting, the collection of fuel /

Plants. Plants and Photosynthesis An Overview of Plants A.Plant Cells 1.Unlike animal cells, plant cells have a cell wall, which provide structure and.

An Overview of Plants A.Plant Cells 1.Unlike animal cells, plant/of above ground? Seed Dispersal Plants use different seed structures to insure dispersal (spreading) of their seeds. Ex. Dandelions, tree seeds (see Maple seed to left), nuts, fruit with seeds. How do you think each of the seed structures in the picture help the plant to disperse their seeds/ cells either side of the gap. Remember that you are looking at a section cut down through the leaf. Stomata should also be viewed by looking at a /

Gods Millennial Plan. Regardless of who you approach on the streets today, whether sinner or saint; They are conscious of the fact that time is about.

And in the process He destroyed all the corrupted seed/generations that were already below with the flood of water that covered the planet earth. He saved Noah/pictures Christ (John 6:51), but it also pictures the word of God: “... man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God.” (Luke 4:4) Thinking of the six day manna provision as a type of/ the outcasts of Israel, and gather together the dispersed of Judah from the four corners of the earth. Isa 2:1 The word that Isaiah the son of Amoz saw /

What do you think these are pictures of?.  Where can you find seeds? In our food In our backyards.

pictures of?  Where can you find seeds? In our food In our backyards Acorn Oak Tree Coconut Coconut Tree Maple Tree Pea Plants Peas Nourishment: The seed provides food for the young plant while it is developing the parts it needs to make its own food. Seed Dispersal: The design of the seed helps the seed travel to other places to germinate. YouTube - Seed Dispersal/ BEEN ABSORBED BY THE ROOTS. CARBON DIOXIDE EXHALED BY ANIMALS IS ALSO ABSORBED BY THE LEAVES Oxygen When the process of photosynthesis is /

Recommended Website: Chapter Nine Seed Plants Life Science Mr. Galloway 9.1 Characteristics of Seed Plants 9.2 Gymnosperms 9.3 Angiosperms 9.4 Plant Responses.

Seed Parts: (see the pictures on p. 276 of your book, & PowerPoint Online) 1. Embryo = the zygote, which is a tiny plant inside the covering. 2. Cotyledons = one or two seed leaves which store food for growth. 3. Seed Coat = keeps it from drying out (some last thousands of years). Seed Dispersal = scattering seeds away from parent plant. Look up a pic on the web * Animals/. (The dates given by your book of millions of years are false guesses. See the booklet by Dr. Humphreys.) Types of Gymnosperms: - Cycads /

Reading Strategy Guide. Making Connections Post –Its (T/S, T/W, T/T) Open Sort/Closed Sort (Words or Pictures) Connect Two Tracking Words Word Splash.

1 Group 2 Group 3 Birds Zoo Animals Farm Animals Closed Word Sort clothing government industries /at a picture Write 4 questions about the picture – you should have one question for each of the four types of QAR: / pocket chart Activity: Seed, Sprout, Flower reconstruction Seed, Sprout, Flower by Helen H. Moore A seed is planted: First /of San Juan county and dispersed to larger pueblos scattered throughout the drainages of the Colorado and Rio Grande Rivers in Colorado and New Mexico. They left behind many of/

Plant Growth and Adaptations Jeopardy Test Review Game Created by Eileen Kahl.

the process of transpiration. The process in which plants give off water vapors through tiny wholes in the leaves. How do seeds and spores travel or disperse, so that plants will reproduce in different places? They will travel by water, wind and on an animals or by animals. (Click the picture to watch the 10 minute video on how seeds disperse.) The difference between a spore and a seed. Seeds have many/

Vascular tissue seeds Flowers fruit Leaves.

Wind can also disperse the seeds Some animals will break cone open and eat the seeds When female cone matures it opens and releases seeds Fruits : animals eat them and disperse seeds Seeds : protective covering & contain food for the developing embryo Flowers : attract pollinators with bright colors, scent, and/or nectar Inside Story The Parts of a Flower Page 665 Draw a flower and label the petals, stigma, style, ovary/

Student understanding of species diversity in communities. 2011 Ecological Society of America Presentation Laurel Hartley 1, Brook Wilke 2, Cornelia Harris.

animals. B. If you took a bunch of seeds /dispersed into the forest 2 Uses the words adapt/niche/natural selection but doesnt explain what that means OR because of the climate/weather OR because there are lots of seeds/pictures above and decide which one you want to answer questions about. Which one would you pick? a) What does the living thing you picked eat? How does it get its food? b) What abiotic (non-living) factors does it change as it gets its food? c) What kinds of living things would be affected by/

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seed (mature ovule) 53 Flowers and Diversification Wind-pollinated flowers are usually not showy Bird-pollinated flowers are often colorful Night-blooming flowers attract nocturnal mammals or insects Usually white or cream-colored Fruits of flowers protect and aid in dispersal Utilize wind, gravity, water, and animals for dispersal 54 Uses of/ X Pictures/PunchStock 57 Review Evolutionary History The Green Algal Ancestor Alternation of Generations Nonvascular Plants Vascular Plants Seedless Seed Angiosperms /

Recommended Website: Chapter Nine Seed Plants Life Science Mr. Galloway 9.1 Characteristics of Seed Plants 9.2 Gymnosperms 9.3 Angiosperms 9.4 Plant Responses.

of years). http://facultyweb.cortland.edu/klotz/Seeds/BeanSeed.jp g Seed Dispersal = scattering seeds away from parent plant. Look up a pic on the web * Animals eat fruit and seeds exit their digestive tract. * Some seeds have hooks to stick to animal fur. * Water and wind disperse other seeds (Pine seed helicopters) * Some shoot out their seeds when the drying seed/. (The dates given by your book of millions of years are false guesses. See the booklet by Dr. Humphreys.) Types of Gymnosperms: - Cycads (/

The East End School presents Discovering at East End School TreeHugger Club By the students and teachers of East End School Our explorations and writing.

numbers are greater here than in the forests because of the additional availability of food eaten by these omnivores. Their city diets include garbage can feedings, park feedings by humans, acorns, bird feeders, flowers, and mush- rooms. Because of their acorn burying habits, squirrels were mentioned by Thoreau in his journals as being responsible for the widespread dispersion of oak trees. They will create more than a thousand/

Bull Thistle Cirsium vulgare. Introduction of Bull Thistle Bull thistle is native to Europe, western Asia and North Africa. Bull thistle was introduced.

close pictures, mark location, and at the office identify plant. Plants don’t run away, you can always go back later. Range of Bull/ of Bull Thistle Not grazed by cattle because of spines Grazed pastures contain excess N which Bull thistle is competitive at capturing. Produces lots of seeds Effectively disperses via/control after enough plants establish because of seed numbers and dispersal factors. Isolate areas and avoid transportation via vehicles, people, animals as much as possible. Eradication and/

Bio = Life Geo = Earth Graphy = Description of ( a picture) A description of living things on Earth.

= Description of ( a picture) A description of living things on Earth A. One factor that has affected how species are distributed is the motion of Earth’s continents. B. The continents are parts of huge blocks of solid rock called/dispersed by other living things. 1. Examples = birds deposit seeds in waste, animals carry seeds in fur, humans move plants/seed/insects 2. An organism that is carried into a new location by people is referred to as an Exotic Species. A. Three factors that limit dispersal of/

Pre-AP Biology Study Guide Review. In the figure above, what is picture 3 a model of? A.Active transport B.An isotonic solution C.A hypotonic solution.

above, what is picture 1 a model of? A.A hypotonic solution B.An isotonic solution C.A hypertonic solution D.Active transport Refer to the illustration above. The cell shown is probably an animal cell because A.It/of 2 strands of nucleotides joined by hydrogen bonds. C.Every DNA nucleotide contains of a sugar, a phosphate group, and a base. D.Short strands of DNA are contained in chromosomes inside the nucleus of a cell. A substance consisting of 2 or more substances mixed together and uniformly dispersed/

Biomes A look at biomes of the world Biogeography Biogeography – the study of where organisms live. Alfred Russell Wallace pioneered biogeography and.

. Dandelion seeds dispersed by wind Plants seed in cat fur Continental Drift/Plate tectonics Earth’s Biomes Biome – a group of ecosystems with similar climate & organisms. Temperature & rainfall amounts usually determine biomes Biomes include: –Desert –Rainforest –Deciduous Forest –Grasslands –Taiga (Boreal Forest) –Tundra –Mountains –Pond/Lake –River –Estuary –Marine (ocean) Desert *Extreme temperatures –Hot (day) Cold (night) Animals adapted to extreme temperatures & lack of water Very little/

2 nd Period Review Projects. LO 3.33: The student is able to use representation(s) and appropriate models to describe features of a cell signaling pathway.

basically responsible for spring. They are the pollinators that help fertilize different plants and help seed dispersal. Without keystone species, new plants and animals (Nonnative Species) could also come into the habitat and push out the native species. Nonnative species destroy habitats and causes a decline of natives species because of the competition for the same limited resources. The nonnative species brings in diseases and/

 Plants reproduce sexually, often relying on pollinators to bring sperm and egg together.  The sporophyte (diploid) develops from the zygote by mitosis;

the previous picture to see the male parts in a diagram  Female parts are located in the central part of the /seedsSeeds have coevolved with particular dispersing agents – currents of air or water, or animals passing by  Example: Pericarp of maple seeds extends out like wings to catch the wing and be transported  Some fruits are dispersed by sticking on animal bodies or by passing through the digestive tract to be deposited in the feces  Humans are perhaps the grand dispersing agents by virtue of/

Tropical Plants By: Shannon Burke. California Fan Palm Tree REAL NAME - Washingtonia Filifera Habitat - Most Soils along alkaine streams and mountain.

picture so well. Native - These trees are one of only eleven native palm species to North America. Also known as the Califonia Wahingtonia and the Desert Palm, this is one of the largest species of palm trees in all of North America. Human Impact - The Cahuilla Indians of/Figs are an essential part of several animals’ diets.  Provides food to a large majority of the animals that live in the rainforest.  Native to Burma, Ceylon and India.  Humans can disrupt the seed dispersion process, and therefore, /

Life Boot Camp 5.10A#1 Compare the structures and functions of different species that help them live and survive such as hooves on prairie animals or webbed.

leaves The diagram below shows the seed of a maple tree. 18. How is this seed MOST LIKELY dispersed (spread)? A It is carried by the wind. B It floats in moving water. C It passes through an animal’s digestive system. D It sticks to an animal’s fur. 19. What do /the plant C To carry water through the plant D To keep the plant shaded from the sun 33. Study the picture of the hawk shown above. Which of the following body parts BEST helps the hawk to meet its basic needs? A Its sharp claws for grabbing prey B /

Lifecycle of a Tree. Lifecycle of Trees How to Measure & ID Week 1 Day 3 It is important that students understand the biology of trees to further be aware.

. The fruit of a pine is a cone and the seed is winged and resembles a miniature helicopter when falling. Wind, water, animals, and people disperse seeds to the forest floor, open fields, yards and roadsides. Where conditions are favorable for germination, seeds will germinate and/in the picture would you say is a mature tree? Decline The life span of a tree is a wide-range, yet death is inevitable. A combination of factors overcome a tree and causes it to die. – Injury, drought stress, followed by disease, /

BATS OF TENNESSEE AND THE WORLD What are bats? Do they serve a purpose in this world? Bats are some of the most fascinating, beneficial and likable animals.

is covered with condensed moisture droplets in this picture. Theses small bats are solitary hibernators. They are yellow to drab brown in color and one of the smallest eastern bats. Females give birth /animals. They do this by making a small incision and lapping, not sucking the blood out. An anticoagulant from vampire bat saliva may soon be used to treat patients. This substance thins blood causing it to flow more freely. Hundreds of kinds of fruit and nectar eating bats pollinate flowers and disperse seeds/

Ecology of Organisms and Populations Ch. 18. Ecology Study of interactions between organisms and their environment Ecology can be divided into four increasingly.

to them by wind. Organisms such as plants depend on wind to disperse pollen and seeds. Can also affect the pattern of a plant’/by organisms, or repopulated by survivors. The structure of the community undergoes a succession of changes during the rebound. Ecosystems  What biotic and abiotic factors do you see in this picture of/Poison Ivy http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Toxic odendron_radicans.jpg Animal Defenses Against Predators Behavioral defenses Alarm cries Distraction displays Cryptic coloration//

ECOLOGY Honors Biology. What you will learn…  1. Ecology general overview.  A. Definition  B. Levels of Organization  C. Abiotic vs. Biotic Factors.

habitat conditions and social interactions make random dispersion rare. 2 C. Population Structure  Life Tables  Used to determine the average lifespan of various plants and animal species to study the dynamics of population growth.  http://www.ssa.gov/of the early colonizers. Lichens and mosses are gradually overgrown by grasses and shrubs that sprout from seeds blow in from nearby areas or carried in by animals. Eventually, the area is colonized by plants that become the community’s prevalent form of/

Adaptations for survival 1 EL: To see what we already know about adaptations and begin learning about different types of adaptations.

signals in plant cells Geotropism What type of tropism is shown in these pictures? Thigmotrophism Thigmotrophism Geotropism Phototropism Phototropism Plant /of another plant. How? – Blown by wind what sort of flower would these have? – Carried by an animal vectors (e.g. bees) what sort of flower would these have? Pollen transfer Wind pollinatedVector pollinated Dispersing offspring Embryo encased in a seed (sometimes found in a fruit) that can be dispersed through: – wind – Water – In or on animals/

Warm-Up / EOC Prep 1. Which of the following kingdoms is characterized by autotrophic multicellular organisms? A. AnimaliaB. Fungi C. PlantaeD. Eubacteria.

How seeds are dispersed? – What type of pollination? – Leaves or no leaves? What type? – 3 examples – 1 picture Use /dispersal (spreading of offspring) 4. Delayed growth until conditions are good The third adaptation is the flower, which is a reproductive structure that produces pollen and seeds. Most plants today are flowering plants, which make plant reproduction more efficient. Flowers are produced by angiosperms and help transfer gametes (reproductive cells) by attracting birds, insects, or other animals/

Origin of Plants Land plants came from Green Algae A plant is a multicellular autotroph in which the embryo develops within the female parent.plant.

& must disperse. Adaptations: –produce their gametes in a "jacket" of protective cells. The protective jacket surrounds a moist chamber where gametes can develop without dehydrating. –Sperm reach the eggs by pollen grains, which are carried by wind or animals Mosses (Bryophytes/seeds that are not enclosed in an ovary. Conifers – most common gymnosperms. Picture 1: Why does the celery turn red? Picture 2: What are the red dots on the celery? Land Plants ProblemSolution(s) cuticle Not in water – can’t disperse/

Populations. A population is a group of organisms of the same species living in the same place at the same time. Populations evolve according to their.

territory among their neighbors Random distribution the lack of any strong social interactions between species (dandelions seeds dispersed by the wind) Random distribution the lack of any strong social interactions between species (dandelions seeds dispersed by the wind) Clumped pattern could result from behavior (pack animals), or a very spotty arrangement of suitable habitat (animals need certain resources to survive. When resources are rare animals tend to “clump” together around these resources/

BAT DAY A Really Great Lesson by Mrs. Golenberke This lesson is dedicated to the memories of Dr. Kenneth Andersen – the “Bat Man” of Gannon University.

by rabies  you are more likely to contract rabies from a skunk or domestic animal mean  Bats are not aggressive  They often look mean because of photographers wanting good pictures Mrs. G has even more to say… Importance of Bats There are nearly 1000 species of/ mosquitoes with tail 2. Eat Fruit & Pollen (Tropics)  important for pollination & seed dispersal (bananas, cashews)  loss of bats could threaten survival of tropical rainforests Bats do hibernate  live in trees, tree bark, caves, bridges, mines/

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which water is transported within plants? Can they explore the part that flowers play in the life cycle of flowering plants, including pollination, seed formation and seed dispersal? Year 3 (Challenging) Can they explain how the muscular and skeletal systems work together to create / with text, pictures and animation to make a simple slide show? Can they use the shape tools to draw? Can they send and reply to messages sent by a safe email partner (within school)? Can they word process a piece of text? Can /

Biological Weapons: Essential Information on Category A Agents Felissa R. Lashley, RN, PhD, FAAN, FACMG Professor, College of Nursing, and Interim Director,

spores mainly through the US mail to various people occurred in the fall of 2001. In all, there were 22 known cases of anthrax; 11 were inhalational. Picture from CDC. Inhalational anthrax. Categories of Critical Biological Agents as Specified by CDC Three Categories of Agents: Three Categories of Agents: Category A Agents: Pose the greatest threat to national securityCategory A Agents: Pose the greatest threat to national/

Invasion of land Stomata: opening: allows CO2 into the leaf Cuticle: Protects from water loss Vascular tissue: xylem and phloem Roots: absorb nutrients.

develop into fruit that is used for seed dispersal via wind, water, or animal. Pollination can be by wind, bird, bat, insect. Most advanced (recent) Gametophyte is reduced and within the flower. Most diverse: grasses to trees Monocot and Dicot The subdivisions of angiosperms. One cotyledon or two cotyledons “cot” = cotyledon (seed leaf) Monocots Often grasses and the relatives of grasses Dicots Garden plants, trees, Differences Vascular/


Animals understanding the similarities and differences among the types of plants on earth Defining Compare / Contrast Problem / Solution Sequencing Descriptions Why are monocots considered primitive plants and dicots as more modern plants? Why is seed dispersal important to terrestrial plants and spore dispersal important to aquatic plants? How do the structures of/ among the types of plants on earth Kingdom Plantae Structure Reproduction by becoming aware of the by comparing Function by comparing s NAME /

Presentation Assignment As a table you will create a presentation on one of the 6 kingdoms that will be presented next class. Each one of you need to research.

by using a flash drive or saving to your email. Each Presentation should include the following about your kingdom: –Define the kingdom –Provide pictures and scientific names of at least 10 organisms with in kingdom (See notes about plant and animal / large flowers to attract insects and birds. Many flowering plants depend on animals to disperse their seeds and carry their pollen. Angiosperms Most land animals are dependent on flowering plants. Most of the food we eat, such as wheat, rice, beans, oranges, /

Quarter At-A-Glance December 2015 Lady Vivian Finnell/Christ Temple Apostolic Faith Assembly, Indianapolis, IN Quarter Theme: The study of this quarter.

The tower of Babel: When the post-flood would unified in idolatry and rebellion, God dispersed it by fragmenting / the seed of Abraham (12:3). The N.T. applies 12:3 directly of God’s provision of redemption in/OF SOLOMON 6 Printed Text SONG OF SOLOMON 6:4–12 Devotional Reading JOHN 10:7–15 LESSON AIM By the end of this lesson, we will: EXPLORE love and adoration as pictured in the Song of/species of animals, and twenty varieties of plant life; both of these groups were investigated and mentioned by Solomon /

Bio Revision Year 11. Definition Asexual reproduction is the process resulting in the production of genetically identical offspring from one parent.

cells. (daughter cells) In some parts of a plant or animal it happens rapidly all of the time – skin. Chromosomes in nucleus are/of pollen Sticky stigma to collect pollen Brightly coloured petals nectar and a scent present Pollen has barbs for hooking onto insect fur Anthers positioned to rub pollen onto insects Flower Structure Pollination Fertilisation Seed Dispersal Germination Test Pollen can be carried between flowers by insects or by wind Flower Structure Pollination Fertilisation Seed Dispersal/

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