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Homeostasis - the maintenance of a constant internal environment .

Homeostasis - the maintenance of a constant internal environment .

AQA BIOLOGY UNIT 5: HOMEOSTASIS. Homeostasis - the maintenance of a constant internal environment . The main things we need to control in the body are: Temperature (thermoregulatory centre in the brain) Blood glucose (pancreas) Water (kidneys) Mineral ions/salts (kidneys)

By ewa
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Title: Plants and tropisms 13 th March 2014

Title: Plants and tropisms 13 th March 2014

Title: Plants and tropisms 13 th March 2014. Learning question : How do plants use hormones to respond to stimuli?. Homework: Study for homeostasis test on Thursday. Starter:. Key words… Tropism Positive phototropism Negative phototropism Geotropism Auxins gibberellins. Tropisms.

By whitney
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Plants that are thousands of years old have

Plants that are thousands of years old have

Plants that are thousands of years old have. no meristems. a rigid body organization. the ability to continue growing. predetermined growth patterns. The regions of tissue in a plant that produce cells that later become specialized tissues are the. roots. stems. leaves. meristems.

By bebe
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Coordination in plants

Coordination in plants

Coordination in plants. Response of plants to the stimulus is much slower and usually respond to stimulus movement of growth. This sort of response is called a TROPISM. - phototropism - geotropism . Phototropism – respons to light.

By marissa
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Chapter 39 Notes

Chapter 39 Notes

Chapter 39 Notes. Plant Responses to Internal and External Signals. Concept 39.1. Concept 39.1. Concept 39.1. Messages are sent by hormones through a signal-transduction pathway - a hormone binds to a specific receptor on the cell wall

By viet
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Unit 3 Lesson 5 Plant Hormones and Their Effects

Unit 3 Lesson 5 Plant Hormones and Their Effects

Unit 3 Lesson 5 Plant Hormones and Their Effects. Functions of Plant Hormones. Plant hormones are chemicals that are produced in one part of the plant and transported to another part, where it causes a physiological change. . Types of Plant Hormones.

By glynn
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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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Plant Transport

Plant Transport

Plant Transport. Water Transport 1. Enters root by osmosis 2. Passes through cortex (parenchyma) tissue by osmosis 3. Passes through endodermis One way only Combination of active transport and osmosis. Plant Transport. Water Transport (cont) 4. Enters xylem Cohesion-

By hunter
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Chap 5. Differentiation and Development

Chap 5. Differentiation and Development

Chap 5. Differentiation and Development. General Information Plant Growth Hormones Vegetative Physiology Reproductive Physiology. 1. Process of Differentiation. Differential growth in cell and tissues: Orderly and systematic in mitotic cell division Genetically controlled development

By jeri
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Plant control and homeostasis

Plant control and homeostasis

Plant control and homeostasis. Concept 39.1: Signal transduction pathways link signal reception to response. Plants have cellular receptors that detect changes in their environment For a stimulus to elicit a response, certain cells must have an appropriate receptor

By afya
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What a Seed Needs: Pre-Lab Assessment

What a Seed Needs: Pre-Lab Assessment

What a Seed Needs: Pre-Lab Assessment.

By barny
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Plant Growth & Development

Plant Growth & Development

Plant Growth & Development. Chapter 27. Plant Growth and Development. How do cells differentiate and form organs of the primary body of a plant? Internal and external factors Growth cell enlargement Development genetically programmed succession from simple to more advanced form

By hal
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Plant Response

Plant Response

Plant Response. Plant reactions. Stimuli & a Stationary Life Animals respond to stimuli by changing behavior Move toward positive stimuli Move away from negative stimuli Plants respond to stimuli by adjusting growth & development. Signal Transduction Pathways in Plants.

By trey
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Concept 39.2: Plant hormones help coordinate growth, development, and responses to stimuli

Concept 39.2: Plant hormones help coordinate growth, development, and responses to stimuli

Concept 39.2: Plant hormones help coordinate growth, development, and responses to stimuli. Hormones are chemical signals that coordinate different parts of an organism. The Discovery of Plant Hormones.

By mauli
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Reproduction

Reproduction

Reproduction. Plant Propagation Pollination Germination. Asexual Reproduction involves only 1 parent offspring genetically identical to parent involves regular body cells its quick. Sexual Reproduction involves 2 parents offspring genetic mix of both parents

By tino
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Tertiary Amber

Tertiary Amber

Tertiary Amber. Miocene [17-20 mya ] Ecocene [44 mya ] DNA has been claimed from amber preserved insects Complete sequences not available Contamination Families, genera 10’s of millions of years old Many species may be ~million years old. Freshwater or Terrestrial origin.

By caesar
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ORGANIC COMPOUNDS

ORGANIC COMPOUNDS

ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. Growth Defined. 1. Increase in mass due to the division and enlargement of cells 2 . Types of growth in plants a . Determinate growth b . Indeterminate growth 3 . Differentiation of cells. Development Defined.

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ORGANIC COMPOUNDS

ORGANIC COMPOUNDS

ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. Growth Defined. 1. Increase in mass due to the division and enlargement of cells 2 . Types of growth in plants a . Determinate growth b . Indeterminate growth 3 . Differentiation of cells. Development Defined.

By tyrell
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Plant growth, development and differentiation ( 6 hr)

Plant growth, development and differentiation ( 6 hr)

Plant growth, development and differentiation ( 6 hr). - Plant growth and development - Plant cell differentiation - Plant hormones and their controls in plant development - Control of flowering. Growth การเติบโต Development การเจริญ. www.gutenberg.org.

By arlais
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Plant Response to Stimuli

Plant Response to Stimuli

Plant Response to Stimuli. Mechanisms plants have to respond to environmental stimuli. How do plants respond to stimuli!. They don’t get up and run away! They do: Have tropisms in response to: Light, Gravity, Touch Have defense against pathogens

By kacy
(166 views)

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