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***moss*** 1) what is the sporophyte region? 2)what is the gametophyte region? 3)is the sporophyte n or 2n? 4)seeds or spores? 5)vascular tissue? 6)which group does it belong to?
1)the top part sticking out containing the capsule and the seta 2)the bottom grassy part of the moss that contain the stem and leaves 3)2n 4)spores 5)no vascular tissue 6)seedless nonvascular plants
***Liverwort*** 1)what is the sporophyte region? 2)what is the gametophyte region? 3)is the sporophyte n or 2n? 4)seeds or spores? 5)vascular tissue? 6)which group does it belong to? 7)where is the sporangium?
1)part that sticks out of the oval base 2)the bottom oval shaped base 3)2n 4)spores 5)no vascular tissue 6)seedless nonvascular plants 6)the spikey top of the sporophyte which contains the spores
***whisk fern*** 1)is it the sporophyte or gametophyte? 2)is it 2n or n? 3)reproduce by seeds or spores? 4)vascular tissue? 5)to which group does it belong to? 6)where is the sporangium?
1)sporophyte 2)2n 3)by spores 4)yes 5)seedless vascular plants 6)the yellow circles towards the top of the fern
***club moss*** 1)is it the sporophyte or gametophyte? 2)is it 2n or n? 3)reproduce by spores or seeds? 4)vascular tissue? 5)to which group does it belong to? 6)where is the sporangium?
1)sporophyte 2)2n 3)by spores 4)yes 5)seedless vascular plants 6)the tops of the moss that stick up erect
***horse tail*** 1)is it the sporophyte or gametophyte? 2)is it 2n or n? 3)reproduce by seeds or spores? 4)vascular tissue? 5)to which group does it belong to? 6)where is the sporangium?
1)sporophyte 2)2n 3)by spores 4)yes 5)seedless vascular plants 6)the tops of the plant that look like mini pine combs
***fern*** 1)is it the sporophyte or gametophyte? 2)is it 2n or n? 3)reproduce by seeds or spores? 4)vascular tissue? 5)to which group does it belong to? 6)what is the fiddlehead? 7)what is the frond?
1)sporophyte 2)2n 3)spores 4)yes 5)seedless vascular plants 6)a hook that looks like a curled music note 7)a single leaf on a fern
***fern gametophyte slide*** 1)is it the sporophyte or gametophyte? 2)2n or n? 3)reproduce by seeds or spores? 4)vascular tissue? 5)to which group does it belong to? 6)what do the artheridium and archegonium look like on a slide?
1)gametophyte 2)n 3)reproduce by spores 4)yes 5)seedless vascular 6)artheridium are the smaller circles in the prothallus and the archegonium are the larger rod shaped structures
***Sago*** 1)which ones are the sporophyte generation? 2)are these 2n or n? 3)reproduce by seeds or spores? 4)vascular tissue? 5)to which group does Sago belong to? 6)how would you write Sago?
the palm leaf and the full grown sago are the sporophyte generation 2)2n 3)by seeds 4)xylem and phloem 5)capatalize the S then underline
***Ginkgo*** 1)seeds or spores? 2)vascular tissue? 3)which group does it belong to? 4)what is the name ginkgo translated as? 5)how would you write Ginkgo?
1)seeds 2)yes 3)gymnosperms 4)"the naked seed" 5)capatalize the G and then underline it
***Ephedra*** 1)reproduce by seeds or spores? 2)vascular tissue? 3)which group does it belong to? 4)how would you write Ephedra?
1)by seeds 2)yes 3)gymnosperms 4)capatalize the E then underline
***pine display boxes*** 2)seeds or spores? 3)vascular tissue? 4)which group does pine belong to? 5)what do first year and second year female cones look like?
2)seeds 3)yes 4)Gymnosperms 5)first year female cones look like mini pine combs and the second year female cones also look like mini pine combs but are larger than first year cones
****pine male cone(slide)****
1)reproduce by seeds or spores? 2)what group does it belong to? 3)vascular tissue? 4)what is the microsporangium?
1)seeds 2)Gymnosperms 3)yes 4)the top side of the whole male cone
***pine female cone(slide)*** 1)reproduce by seeds or spores? 2)what group does it belong to? 3)vascular tissue? 4)what is the female gametophyte? 5)what is the archegonium?
1)seeds 2)Gymnosperms 3)yes 4)the whole area surrounding the archegonium and egg 5)the outside covering enclosing the egg
***root tip model*** 1)what group does it belong to? 2)what is the cortex?
1)Angiosperms 2)the whole yellow area behind the xylem
***tap root*** 1)what group does it belong to? 2)where are tap roots usually found?
1)Angiosperms 2)dicots
***Fibrous root*** 1)what group does it belong to? 2)where are fibrous roots usually found?
1)Angiosperms 2)monocots
***Adventitious root*** 1)what group does it belong to? 2)what kind of adventitious root did we use in lab?
1)Angiosperms 2)Ivy root
***root hairs*** 1)what group does it belong to? 2)what is the function of root hairs?
1)Angiosperms 2)absorb water and minerals for plant
***legume root nodule*** 1)what group does it belong to? 2)what type of symbiosis between the bacteria and the legume? 3)what does the plant root give to the bacteria? 4)what does the bacteria provide for the plant?
1)Angiosperms 2)mutualistic 3)a place to live and carbohydrates 4)nitrogen from the air in a form it can use
***Herbaceous monocot stem*** 1)what group does it belong to?
1)Angiosperms
***Herbaceous dicot stem*** 1)what group does it belong to? 2)what is the sclernchyma cap? 3)what is the main difference between the monocot and dicot stem?
1)Angiosperms 2)the darkened cap portion of a vascular bundle 3)in monocots the vascular bundles are scattered, in dicots the vascular bundles are all aligned around the epidermis
***woody dicot stem*** 1)what group does it belong to? 2)where is the vascular tissue in woody dicot stems? 3)what is the difference between the heart wood and the sap wood?
1)Angiosperms 2)in the rings 3)heartwood is darker in color and the sapwood is lighter in color
***woody twig*** 1)what group does it belong to? 2)what does the node look like?
1)Angiosperms 2)a knot or bump where the branches intersect or meet
***wandering jew slide*** 1)which group does it belong to? 2)what is the opening between the guard cells called?
1)Angiosperms 2)stoma
What is the difference between simple and compound leaves?
simple leaves are just one single leaf by itself; compound leaves are leaves that are part of a group of leaves called leaflets
what is the difference between pinnate and palmate leaves?
pinnate leaves have veins that all go in one direction stemming from the petiole; palmate leaves have veins going in all different directions like the palm of your hand
what is the difference between netted and parallel venation?
parallel venation have veins going all in one direction side by side; netted have veins going in different directions like a net
how can you differentiate between monocot and dicot leaves?
dicots include all trees, vegetable garden plants except corn, and most wildflowers and are usually net veined; monocots include all grasses and grass-like plants, and are usually parallel veined
***flower model*** 1)what group does it belong to? 2)where is the pollen on the stigma? 3)what is the stamen? 4)how can you tell if a flower is a monocot? 5)how can you tell if a flower is a dicot?
1)Angiosperms 2)the yellow parts that stick out on top of the stigma 3)the anther and the filament make up the stamen 4)if the number of its parts is a multiple of 3 5)if the number of its parts is a multiple of 4 or 5(excluding 12)
what are pomes and an example of one?
ovary contains many ovules plus sepals etc; an apple is a pome
what is an aggregate and an example of one?
one flower with many ovaries;a strawberry is an aggregate
what is a drupe and an example of one?
ovary contains one ovule; a plum is a drupe