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18 Cards in this Set

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what are the different Angiosperms?
tap root, fibrous root, adventitious roots, monocot stem, dicot stem, and twigs
tap roots are usually found in monocots or dicots?
fibrous roots are usually found in monocots or dicots?
what type of adventitious root did you use in lab and wat do adventitious roots look like?
ivy; they look like tentacles coming out from the bottom of the plant
where is the root cap, zone of cell division, zone of elongation, and zone of maturation on a root tip model?
the root cap is the very bottom capsule of the root tip; zone of cell division is above the root cap; zone of elongation is above zone of cell division; and then the zone of maturation is above zone of elongation
where is the epidermis, cortex, vascular cylinder, and xylem and phloem on the root tip model?
epidermis is the very top layer of the root tip model; cortex is the layer after the epidermis; the vascular cylinder is the layer that surrounds the xylem; xylem is the pinkish reddish center of the root tip model; phloem is the blue layer surrounding the xylem
what is the function of root hairs?
to absorb water and minerals for the plant
what is the type of symbiosis between the bacteria and legume root in the root nodules?
what does the plant root give the bacteria?
a place to live and carbohydrates
what does the bacteria provide for the plant?
nitrogen from the air in a form that it can use
what are the epidermal cells, guard cells, and the stoma in a wandering jew slide?
epidermal cells are the block structures, guard cells are the oval looking structures, and the stoma is the space inbetween the guard cells
what is the difference between simple and compound leaves?
simple leaves are single undivided leaves; compound leaves are divided and composed of several parts called leaflets
what is the difference between pinnate and palmate leaves?
in pinnate leaves the veins all go in one direction and are exactly the same; palmate leaves have veins going in all different directions and are not the same
what is the difference between parallel venation and netted venation?
parallel leaves have veins just going up and down that are parallel to each other, netted have leaves going in all different directions and are not parallel
how can you tell if a flower is monocot?
if the flower parts are in multiples of 3
how do you know if a flower is a dicot?
if the flower parts are in multiples of 4 or 5
what happens if a dry fruit is dehiscent?
it splits open to release seeds
what happens if a dry fruit is indehiscent?
it does not split open to release seeds