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  1. 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: Photosynthesis (110) Chlorophyll (110) Cell wall (79) Producer (9 or 78) Cellular Respiration (111)

  2. Plant Cell Journal – Elodea (continued)

  3. Nonvascular Plant Journal - Moss • Observe moss and the parts listed below under a dissecting microscope. • Draw, color and label: leaflike structure, stalk, spore capsule and rhizoid using your own eyes or low power. Vocab Definitions: Nonvascular plant (80) Rhizoid (82)

  4. Vascular Seedless Plant Journal - Fern • Label the parts of the fern on the diagram using the word bank. • Observe the parts of the fern under a dissecting scope. Draw, color and label: the frond (leaf), spore packs (underneath of frond), and fiddlehead (if available) using your own eyes. Vocab Definitions: Vascular plant (80) Spore (61)

  5. Vascular Seedless Plant Journal – Fern (continued) Word Bank: frond fiddlehead rhizome root

  6. Gymnosperm Journal – Conifer Needles • Using a dissecting microscope, observe and compare the conifer needles of an Arborvitae branch to a Douglas fir branch. Describe the difference in the two types of needles. Vocab Definition: Gymnosperm (80)

  7. Gymnosperm Journal – Conifer Cones • Use a dissecting microscope to observe, draw, color and label the female cone of Norway Spruce. You can draw the cone using your own eyes. Label the female cone and a seed inside the cone.

  8. Angiosperm Root Types Journal • Compare a fibrous root system to a tap root system • Draw, color and label a fibrous root system and a tap root system Vocab Definitions: Tap root system (93) Fibrous root system (93) Angiosperm (80)

  9. Angiosperm Root Parts Journal electron micrograph of soybean root hairs

  10. Angiosperm Stem Type Journal • Compare a herbaceous stem to a woody stem • Follow directions on the “stem” journal entry for woody stems. • Answer the questions under the woody stem diagram using the actual woody stem cross section. • Observe, draw, color and label a cross section of a herbaceous celery stalk. Use the dissecting scope to observe the stained vascular tissue of the celery stalk. Label the herbaceous stem and vascular tissue. • (IF TIME): Observe under low power using a compound microscope the slide with both the young and old pine stem. Use the completed woody stem diagram to identify the parts of the pine stem cross sections. Vocab Definitions: Xylem (92) Phloem (92) Herbaceous stem (94) Woody stem (95)

  11. Angiosperm Stem Type Journal Herbaceous Stem Woody Stem

  12. Angiosperm Leaf Parts Journal • Follow directions on the “leaf” journal entry. • Label and color the parts of a leaf using the textbook and the word bank. • Observe, draw and label the stomata and guard cells on medium or high power using the compound microscope and the prepared slide. • Write the equation for photosynthesis. Vocab Definitions: Stoma (stomata) (112) Transpiration (112) Cuticle (78 or 96)

  13. Angiosperm Leaf Parts Journal

  14. Angiosperm Flower Journal • Observe and identify the parts of a flower listed below using your sample flower. • Using tweezers remove the petals and sepals to expose the female and male reproductive parts of the flower. • Draw, color and label both the stamen (male) and pistil (female) of your flower in the box provided. Use a dissecting scope to help observe the flower parts. • Answer the provided questions • Label the following flower parts on the two diagrams (#1-12). • Sepals Petals Pistil Stamen • Anther Filament Stigma Style • Ovary Receptacle Ovule Pollen Vocab Definitions: Sepal (97) Petal (97) Pistil (98) Stamen (98) Anther (98) Ovary (98) Ovule (98 or 114)

  15. Angiosperm Flower Journal (continued)

  16. Angiosperm Sexual Reproduction Journal Vocab Definitions: Pollen (86) Pollination (89) • List the SIX steps of angiosperm sexual reproduction using the provided diagrams.

  17. Unscramble the steps: • Under favorable conditions, the seed germinates (sprouts). • A pollen tube grows to the ovule • The ovary around the ovule becomes a fruit (protects & helps spread the seed) • Fertilization: sperm & egg fuse in the ovule • Pollination:pollen moves from anther (male) to stigma (female) • Ovule develops into a seed

  18. Angiosperm Sexual Reproduction Journal

  19. Angiosperm Fruits Journal • Compare: a tomato fruit to a silver maple fruit • Draw, color and label: each type of fruit and its seeds. Use a dissecting microscope to help observe some of the detail within the fruits and seeds. Questions: How are the seeds within the fruits dispersed within an environment? How have these fruits adapted to their method of dispersal?

  20. Angiosperm Seed & Germination Journal Part 1 • Dissect a lima bean seed that has been soaking in water overnight by removing the seed coat and separating the seed in half. • Draw, color and label the seed coat, young plant, and cotyledon (stored food) Part 2 • Draw the germination of a pea seed. Vocab Definitions: Seed Coat (87) Dormant (116) Germination (116)

  21. Angiosperm Seed & Germination Journal

  22. Tropism Journal • Draw and label an example of each type of tropism: • Gravitropism (gravity) • Hydrotropism (water) • Phototropism (light) • Thigmotropism (touch) • Try to determine if the tropism is positive or negative: • Positive tropism (growth towards the stimulus) • Negative tropism (growth away from the stimulus) Vocab Definitions: Tropism (118)

  23. Limiting Factor Journal • List SIX limiting factors that you observe outdoors. Vocab Definitions: Limiting factor (not in book)