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Field of light decreases
What happens to the amount of field visible when magnification is increased?
When chloroplasts appear to be moving within a living cell, what is the cause of their movement?
amyloplasts stain due to starch content
How are amyloplast distinguished from parenchyma cells in a potato?
Root cells; Epidermal, Pericycle
In which tissues do the following originate?
What evidence of the food-storage function of cortex is present in buttercup (Ranunculus) roots?
What term is used to describe the bands of fatty substances that are found on the inner surfaces of endodermal cell walls?
Endodermis, Epidermis, Cortex
As lateral roots develop inside a primary root, through which tissues must they grow to reach the surface?
What is present in cells of the cortex that gives evidence of its function as a food-storage tissue?
Parts of Stems
Vascular cambium, produces secondary growth
Which tissue separates cortex from pith in an older alfalfa stem? What is the function of this tissue?
Gentian Violet & eosin
Which stains are used to make the tissues of your handmade linden (basswood) slide more readily visible?
Xylem and Bolsam
If you wished to make handmade linden (basswood) slide permanent, which additional substance would you use?
Cork & phelloderm, secondary xylem & phloem
Which two tissues are produced by the corck cambium and which two tissues are produced by the vascular cambium
-Vascular bundle vein
compound leave - multiple leaves, simple leaves- single
How does a compound leaf differ from a simple leaf?
What fatty or waxy substance present on the outer walls of leaf epidermal cells is often lost in the preparation of slides?
On vascular bundle at bottom of vein
When you view a cross section of a leaf with the upper epidermis at the top, where is the phloem located in a vein?
Apart from size and shape, how do guard cells differ from the epidermal cells that surround them?
What tissue composed of thick-walled cells is found just beneath the epidermis of pine leaf?
Veins run various directions across a leaf
In prepared slides of lilac leaves, why are some veins visible in cross section while others are visible in longitudinal section?
Which tissue of pine leaves differs from that of lilac leaves in its not being divided into two distinguishable layers?
Separate at end of Anaphase II
In which phase of meiosis do the chromatids of the chromosomes separate completely from one other?
In which phase of meiosis does a nuclear envelop become organized around each group of chromatids?
What term is applied to the exchange of parts that may occur between pairs of chromosomes in the early stages of meiosis?
3) When one cell undergoes meiosis, how many cells are there at the completion of the process?
Prophase I during Synchronous process
5) At which stage of meiosis do the two strands (chromatids) of each chromosome separate and migrate to opposite poles?
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