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  1. Definition of fungi
  2. root tip zones
  3. Zone of elongation
  4. cohesion
  5. Dominant types of seed plants
  1. a zone of cell division, zone of elongation, and the zone of maturation.
  2. b mosses; ferns; most plants have it
  3. c The binding together of like molecules, often by hydrogen bonds
  4. d A heterotrophic eukaryote that digests its food externally and absorbs the resulting small nutrient molecules. Mostly decomposers, but some are parasitic. Most fungi consist of a netlike mass of filaments called hyphae. Mycelium is densely branched network of hyphae. Molds, mushrooms, and yeasts are examples of fungi.
  5. e root cells elongate, sometimes to more than ten times their original length; it is cell elongation that pushes the root tip farther into the soil; the cells lengthen, rather than expand equally in all directions, because of the circular arrangement of cellulose fibers in parallel bands in their cell walls. The cells elongate by taking up water and the cellulose fibers separate

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. proper irrigation (drip irrigation), prevention of erosion (planting rows of trees as windbreaks, terracing hillside crops, cultivating in a contour pattern), prudent fertilization (inorganic fertilizers, manure, compost,)
  2. A sac in which pollen grains develop, located at the tip of a flower's stamen
  3. A pollen-producing male reproductive part of a flower, consisting of a filament and an anther.
  4. interspecific relationship in which both partners benefit.
  5. absorb sugars and mineral from their living hosts. Ex. Dodders. Cannot photosynthesize; obtain organic minerals from other plant species, using specialized roots that tap into the host's vascular tissue.

5 True/False questions

  1. Monocot/Dicot seed differences-- A flowering plant whose embryos have a single seed leaf, or cotyledon; parallel veins; vascular bundles are scattered; petals in multiples of 3; fibrous root system.

          

  2. Bryophyte groups- a plant that grows on another plant, usually anchored to branches or trunks of living trees. Ex. Orchids. They absorb water and minerals from rain

          

  3. stomataA pollen-producing male reproductive part of a flower, consisting of a filament and an anther.

          

  4. Biological clockA plant that completes its life cycle in two years.

          

  5. Epiphytes- a plant that grows on another plant, usually anchored to branches or trunks of living trees. Ex. Orchids. They absorb water and minerals from rain