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Plant Anatomy & Physiology

Plant Anatomy & Physiology

Plant Anatomy & Physiology. By: Johnny M. Jessup Agricultural Instructor/FFA Advisor. The Four Basic Parts of Plants. Leaves Stems Roots Flowers. Leaves. Functions Make food through photosynthesis Site of gas exchange Respiration Photosynthesis Store food.

By Faraday
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How do natural resources affect the way we live?

How do natural resources affect the way we live?

How do natural resources affect the way we live?. Our Objective:. By the end of this lesson, we will be able to explain what a natural resource is, list several natural resources, and tell why they are important to humans. Think, pair, share!. What is a natural resource ?

By satin
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Plants: Multicellular , autotrophs, have cell walls.

Plants: Multicellular , autotrophs, have cell walls.

Plants: Multicellular , autotrophs, have cell walls. Appear 900 +million years ago!. Water Plants . Algae Nonvascular (no tubes). Brown Algae Gallaries. http://saltaquarium.about.com/od/algaephotosclassificati/ig/Brown-Algae-Photo-Gallery/Asteronema-breviarticulatum.htm.

By kail
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Plant Anatomy

Plant Anatomy

Plant Anatomy. Basic plant anatomy 1. root root tip root hairs. 1. Roots. Roots anchor plant in soil, absorb minerals & water, & store food fibrous roots (1) mat of thin roots that spread out monocots tap roots (2) 1 large vertical root

By vlad
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$1 Million

$1 Million

50:50. 15. $1 Million. 14. $500,000. Welcome to Who Wants to be a Millionaire. 13. $250,000. 12. $125,000. 11. $64,000. 10. $32,000. 9. $16,000. 8. $8,000. 7. $4,000. 6. $2,000. 5. $1,000. 4. $500. 3. $300. 2. $200. 1. $100. 15. $1 Million. 14. $500,000. 13.

By buffy
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DNT 200 NUTRITION FOR HEALTH SCIENCES

DNT 200 NUTRITION FOR HEALTH SCIENCES

DNT 200 NUTRITION FOR HEALTH SCIENCES. WATER & MINERALS. WATER & MINERALS. The cows are our friends, they give food, they give strength, they likewise give a good complexion and happiness Gautama Buddha, 500 B.C. WATER & MINERALS. Water and Body Fluids. WATER & MINERALS Water.

By faunus
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Kingdom Plantae Land Plants

Kingdom Plantae Land Plants

Kingdom Plantae Land Plants. Mr. Skirbst Life Science Topic 14. Land Plants. Requirements. Land plants need to …. Requirements. Land plants need to … Provide support (so they don’t collapse). Requirements. Land plants need to … Provide support Obtain water + minerals. Requirements.

By shalom
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SC.912.L.14.7

SC.912.L.14.7

SC.912.L.14.7. Relate the structure of each of the major plant organs and tissues to physiological processes. Identify the principal organs and tissues of seed plants: leaves. Function of Leaves Make food through photosynthesis Site of gas exchange Respiration Photosynthesis Store food.

By hidalgo-orrego
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Questions, p. 129-131

Questions, p. 129-131

Questions, p. 129-131. “Looking at Leaves”. 1. What is the main task of leaves? 2. What are the 2 basic parts of leaves? 3. What is the job of leaf veins? 4. The outer surface of a dicot leaf is known as the ___.

By melodie-levine
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Please turn in your Unit 9 Test Corrections on the table by the door.

Please turn in your Unit 9 Test Corrections on the table by the door.

Please turn in your Unit 9 Test Corrections on the table by the door. Staple your corrections to the back of your test. If you have not yet selected a Learning Objective for the PowerPoint assignment, please see me.  Due on April 24 th.

By deacon-wong
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Plant Anatomy & Physiology

Plant Anatomy & Physiology

Plant Anatomy & Physiology. By: Johnny M. Jessup Agricultural Instructor/FFA Advisor. The Four Basic Parts of Plants. Leaves Stems Roots Flowers. Leaves. Functions Make food through photosynthesis Site of gas exchange Respiration Photosynthesis Store food.

By petermullins
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Plant Anatomy

Plant Anatomy

Plant Anatomy. Basic plant anatomy 3. root root tip root hairs shoot (stem) nodes internodes buds terminal or apical buds axillary buds flower buds & flowers leaves mesophyll tissue veins (vascular bundles). Leaves. Function of leaves photosynthesis energy transformation

By kathleenrobertson
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Tissue Types

Tissue Types

Tissue Types. Meristematic Tissue (where mitosis occurs). Responsible for growth in plant Produces new cells that will eventually specialize ↑ height = apical ↑ diameter= lateral. Surface Tissue. Outer Layer = cuticle (waxy) Protects Plant and Prevents Water Loss. Waxy Coating on Leaves.

By tirizarry
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Plant Anatomy

Plant Anatomy

Plant Anatomy. Basic plant anatomy 1. root root tip root hairs. 1. Roots. Roots anchor plant in soil, absorb minerals & water, & store food fibrous roots (1) mat of thin roots that spread out monocots tap roots (2) 1 large vertical root

By legerj
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Plant Anatomy

Plant Anatomy

Plant Anatomy. Basic Plant Anatomy. root root tip root hairs shoot (stem) nodes internodes buds terminal or apical buds axillary buds flower buds & flowers leaves mesophyll tissue veins (vascular bundles). Leaves. Function of leaves photosynthesis energy transformation

By dunfordd
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