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9.1 Transport in the Xylem of Plants

9.1 Transport in the Xylem of Plants

9.1 Transport in the Xylem of Plants. Plant Leaves. Absorb radiant energy Optimize the rate of photosynthesis Cross Section of a leaf. Transpiration . The passive movement and evaporation of water from the stems and leaves of a plant Made of two types of cells Tracheid cells

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Lecture 7 Growth and Development

Lecture 7 Growth and Development

Lecture 7 Growth and Development. Growth Irreversible change in Mass Development Irreversible change in State Embryogenesis Juvenile Adult Vegetative Adult Reproductive. Growth. Components 1. Cell Division 2. Cell Enlargement 3. Cell Differentiation. Cell Division.

By Albert_Lan
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Cells have chloroplasts. The green chlorophyll traps light energy.

Cells have chloroplasts. The green chlorophyll traps light energy.

Cells have chloroplasts. The green chlorophyll traps light energy. This is the inside of a leaf. The top cells have many chloroplasts and no gaps. Air spaces let gases move around. Veins bring water to the cells. Thin, flat leaves catch light. They have a large surface area.

By farren
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Plant Form

Plant Form

Plant Form. Chapter 35. Meristems. Meristematic tissues are clumps of small cells with dense cytoplasm and proportionately large nuclei. Elongation of roots and shoots takes place by repeated cell divisions and subsequent elongation by the apical meristem.

By devika
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Recap

Recap

Recap. Possible words Tracheae Diffuses Pizza All parts Branch Slower . Spiracles Quicker Hydrogen Oxygen Carbon dioxide Atmosphere Diffusion . Answers.

By carol
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Leaf Tissue

Leaf Tissue

Leaf Tissue. Function . Leaves are mainly uses in the process of photosynthesis to enable the plant to gain energy from the sun so it can make food. The leaves have different layers that protect, collect sunlight or collect carbon dioxide to help with the process. Leaf layers.

By vilina
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PLANT DIVISIONS

PLANT DIVISIONS

PLANT DIVISIONS. Plants. NOTE: We use the term Divisions instead of the term Phyla when referring to plants. Characteristics of plant kingdom members Alternation of generations with the diploid sporophyte generation dominant except in bryophytes. Vascular tissue.

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WATER TRANSPORT IN PLANTS

WATER TRANSPORT IN PLANTS

WATER TRANSPORT IN PLANTS. An Overview of Transport in Plants. Transport Occurs on 3 Levels. Uptake of water and loss of water and solutes by cells. Aquaporins assist water transport.

By yoshino
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Plant Cell Journal - Elodea

Plant Cell Journal - Elodea

Plant Cell Journal - Elodea. Make a wet mount slide and observe the Elodea under the microscope. Draw and color FIVE to SIX plant cells from what you see in the microscope on either medium or high power. Label the cell walls and chloroplasts containing chlorophyll. Vocab Definitions:

By susannah
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Chapter 32: Leaf Structure and Function

Chapter 32: Leaf Structure and Function

Chapter 32: Leaf Structure and Function . Function – photosynthesis Shape – max. light absorption Diffusion of CO2 and O2 Ordered arrangement for light Loss of water vapor Trade off between photosynthesis and water conservation. External form.

By ivan
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Structure, development and functioning of conifers

Structure, development and functioning of conifers

Structure, development and functioning of conifers. Conifers as principal tree species in dry regions. The Pinyon pine-Juniper community is an extreme, but widely distributed type in SW USA. Zion Canyon. Pinyon pine and Juniper. Juniperus osteosperma. Pinus monophyllum.

By fisk
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Basic Parts of the Plant

Basic Parts of the Plant

Basic Parts of the Plant. Roots Stems Leaves Flower. Roots. 1. Anchor Plant 2. Absorb water and minerals 3. Translocate water and minerals to stem 4. Store Food. Stems. 1. Translocate water, minerals and food to the leaves 2. Support the leaves and display them to light

By keelty
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Chapter 5 BOT3015L Regulation of Plant Growth by Plant Hormones

Chapter 5 BOT3015L Regulation of Plant Growth by Plant Hormones

Chapter 5 BOT3015L Regulation of Plant Growth by Plant Hormones. Presentation created by Danielle Sherdan All photos from Raven et al. Biology of Plants except when otherwise noted. Today. The 5 main groups of plant hormones Auxin Cytokinins Ethylene Abscisic Acid Gibberellins

By cree
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Invasion of land

Invasion of land

Invasion of land. Stomata: opening: allows CO2 into the leaf Cuticle: Protects from water loss Vascular tissue: xylem and phloem Roots: absorb nutrients and water vs. rhizoids of moss and holdfasts of algae that don’t. Seeds: dormancy Fruit: seed dispersal Flowers: pollination/reproduction.

By landis
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Tissues

Tissues

Tissues. Chapter 4. Outline. Organs and Tissues Meristematic Tissues Apical Meristems Lateral Meristems Intercalary Meristems Tissues Produced by Meristems Simple Tissues Complex Tissues. Organs and Tissues. Plants have 3 or 4 major groups of organs : Roots Stems Leaves

By suzy
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Plants – Vocabulary and Processes

Plants – Vocabulary and Processes

Plants – Vocabulary and Processes. Plant Vocabulary. Roots – secure the plant in the ground; take the water & nutrients from the soil Stem – connects the leaves to the roots; helps hold the leaves up to the sunlight

By nasnan
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Lesson 2: Leaves

Lesson 2: Leaves

Unit 5: Plants. Lesson 2: Leaves. What are the functions of leaves?. Site of photosynthesis Leaf cells absorb energy from sunlight through organelles called chloroplasts. When solar energy is absorbed, the plant cell uses it to convert carbon dioxide and water into glucose and oxygen.

By sanne
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PHOTOSYNTHESIS

PHOTOSYNTHESIS

Chapter 3. PHOTOSYNTHESIS. Plants, algae, some protists , some bacteria capture about 5% of Sun’s energy. Absorb CO2, water, and radiant energy  chemical potential energy (glucose). Introduction. Plants, algae, some protists , and cyanpbacteria .

By hayes
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Quiz Wiz

Quiz Wiz

Quiz Wiz. 1-25. 1. How do unicellular organisms transport?. 2. How do hydra transport?. 3. How do complex animals like insects transport?. 4. How do complex organisms like humans transport?. 5. What do humans have in their transport system that insects do not have?.

By africa
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Diversity Part 2: Plants

Diversity Part 2: Plants

Diversity Part 2: Plants. Chapter 24 and 25. Photosynthesis. Carbon Dioxide + Water  Glucose + Oxygen How does a plant obtain the carbon dioxide it needs for photosynthesis? Pores called stomata. Sunlight. Stomata. Holes in the plant leaves

By hansel
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