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Chapter 30

Chapter 30

Chapter 30. Plant Diversity II: The Evolution of Seed Plants. Seed Plant Reproductive Adaptations. Reduction of the gametophyte : shift from haploid to diploid condition; female gametophyte and embryo remain in sporangia (protection against drought and ionizing radiation on land?)

By Roberta
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Plant Form and Function

Plant Form and Function

Plant Form and Function. Learning Goal: How are plants structurally adapted for survival? Concept 1: Analyzing the structure, growth, development and nutrition of plants (Ch 35, 37) Refer to pg 207-210; 215-216 in Holtzclaw Ch 35, 37 in Campbell Media resources.

By nerita
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Fruits and Vegetables

Fruits and Vegetables

Fruits and Vegetables. Scientifically and Common Use. What is a fruit?. Common use tells us that fruits are sweet, juicy and seasonal. Scientific communities define fruits as the ovaries of a plant.

By lotte
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Plants Continued

Plants Continued

Plants Continued. Plant Sex. Pollen Grain – male gamete – many forms of distribution – wind, animal, water Ovule – Female gamete – inside flower. Pollination – transfer of pollen from anther to pistil Pollen makes a pollen tube to egg then fertilizes the egg, makes seeds. Ovules. Ovules.

By gerard
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Anatomy, Morphology, & Growth of Angiosperms – Ch. 5-8

Anatomy, Morphology, & Growth of Angiosperms – Ch. 5-8

Anatomy, Morphology, & Growth of Angiosperms – Ch. 5-8. Two plant groups: monocots & dicots. Structure Reflects Function. http://www.fugu-sg.org/~elia/cambodia/templesfacesweb/pages/A3_Embracing_Roots.htm. Structure of a plant determined by:. Genetics Environment – two time scales:

By alaura
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Anatomy & Growth of Angiosperms

Anatomy & Growth of Angiosperms

Anatomy & Growth of Angiosperms. Two plant groups: monocots & eudicots. Structure Reflects Function. http://www.fugu-sg.org/~elia/cambodia/templesfacesweb/pages/A3_Embracing_Roots.htm. Structure of a plant determined by:. 1. Genetics 2. Environment – two time scales:

By vine
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The Plant Body

The Plant Body

The Plant Body. 34 The Plant Body. 34.1 How Is the Plant Body Organized? 34.2 How Are Plant Cells Unique? 34.3 How Do Meristems Build the Plant Body? 34.4 How Does Leaf Anatomy Support Photosynthesis?. 34.1 RECAP:. Monocots & Dicots Basic body plan: root system & shoot system

By cayla
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QUIZ Diagram

QUIZ Diagram

QUIZ Diagram. 2. Plant Structure: Leaves. Organs attached to stems of vascular plants. Plant leaves. Usually site of photosynthesis. Today. Leaf structure. Types of leaves. Leaf arrangements. Types of leaf venation. Internal leaf anatomy. Types of modified leaves.

By mercer
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The Flower - What is it?

The Flower - What is it?

The Flower - What is it?. from Schleiden 1855. “ foliar theory ” of flower - J.W. von Goethe in “ Attempt to Interpret the Metamorphosis of Plants ” (1790). The Flower — What is it?. thus, a flower is a specialized shoot that:. is determinate (vs. indeterminate)

By kyria
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Chapter 35

Chapter 35

Chapter 35. Plant Structure, Growth, and Development. Figure 35.1 Fanwort (Cabomba caroliniana). Reproductive shoot (flower). Terminal bud. Node. Internode. Terminal bud. Shoot system. Vegetative shoot. Blade Petiole. Leaf. Axillary bud. Stem. Taproot. Root system.

By emmet
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Plant

Plant

Reproductive shoot (flower). Terminal bud. Node. Internode. Terminal bud. Shoot system. Vegetative shoot. Blade Petiole. Leaf. Axillary bud. Stem. Taproot. Root system. Lateral roots. Plant. Three basic organs evolved: roots, stems, and leaves

By ezekiel-acevedo
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DIVERSITY OF LIVING THINGS G9 α ∆ Ω

DIVERSITY OF LIVING THINGS G9 α ∆ Ω

DIVERSITY OF LIVING THINGS G9 α ∆ Ω. PLANTS. CROSS-SECTION OF A LEAF. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palisade_cell. CONTROLLING GAS EXCHANGE AND WATER LOSS For photosynthesis to occur properly there must be a perfect balance of materials.

By carlos-goff
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Plant Structure and Function

Plant Structure and Function

Plant Structure and Function. Plant Structure and Growth. Angiosperm Structure. Three basic organs : 1. Roots (root system) fibrous: mat of thin roots taproot: one large, vertical root 2. Stems (shoot system)

By solomon-chapman
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Plant

Plant

Reproductive shoot (flower). Terminal bud. Node. Internode. Terminal bud. Shoot system. Vegetative shoot. Blade Petiole. Leaf. Axillary bud. Stem. Taproot. Root system. Lateral roots. Plant. Three basic organs evolved: roots, stems, and leaves

By royse
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Chapter 35

Chapter 35

Chapter 35. Plant Structure, Growth, and Development. Figure 35.1. Overview: No two Plants Are Alike To some people The fanwort is an intrusive weed, but to others it is an attractive aquarium plant This plant exhibits plasticity The ability to alter itself in response to its environment.

By deandrea
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Quarter ends Friday – I accept NOTHING after Friday. Test corrections – due Friday

Quarter ends Friday – I accept NOTHING after Friday. Test corrections – due Friday

Quarter ends Friday – I accept NOTHING after Friday. Test corrections – due Friday Tomorrow – Pre-lab for Photosynthesis due River Run – April 8 - 17. Chapter 35: Plant Structure, Growth & Development. What are the 3 main plant organs? Roots Stems Leaves. Reproductive shoot (flower).

By juliusz
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Chapter 35

Chapter 35

Chapter 35. Plant Structure, Growth, and Development. Figure 35.1. Overview: No two Plants Are Alike To some people The fanwort is an intrusive weed, but to others it is an attractive aquarium plant This plant exhibits plasticity The ability to alter itself in response to its environment.

By marciahernandez
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Plants

Plants

Plants. Eukaryotic Cellulose Autotroph Photosynthesis Stems, Roots, Leaves Alternation of Generations. Plants. Eukaryotic Cellulose Autotroph Photosynthesis Stems, Roots, Leaves Alternation of Generations. Seeds Vascular. No Seeds Vascular. No Seeds Avascular. Plants. No Seeds

By michaelvaldes
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