Horticulture 1 Test 3 Study
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the basic unit of growth.
The function of the cell wall
Rigid, Provides support, Provides the cell's shape
The function of the plasma membrane
Allows the exchange of nutrients and gas.
The function of the Protoplasm (Cytoplasm)
Living matter of the cell.
The function of the Chloroplasts -
Provides green color.
The function of the Mitochondria -
Powers the cell's metabolic activities.
The function of the Vacuole -
Stores waste and water.
The function of the Nucleus -
Brain of the cell.
The function of the Plastids -
Small particle in the protoplasm. Is a starch or oil or protein.
What is the technical name for Orange ?
What is the technical name for Tomato?
What is the technical name for a Cucumber?
What is the technical name for a Peanut?
What is the technical name for a Sunflower seed?
What is the technical name for Corn ?
What is the technical name for a Pineapple?
What is the technical name for an Acorn?
What is a dehiscent fruit?
Fruits which open at maturity to shed their seeds
What is an indehiscent fruit?
Dry fruits which do not split along definite lines to release seeds at maturity.
The use of vegetative growing parts other than seeds to reproduce plants.
A method of propagation requiring the cutting and dividing of a plant such as a rhizome, tuber, etc.
When the plant has been cut back, to produce new growth you pile soil on top of the plant base.
Reproduction involving male and female sex cells (pollen and egg)
Reproduction of new plants from the stem, leaves or roots of a parent plant.
Plant is bent over and the branches of the entire plant are buried in a trench.
Method of propagation that occurs naturally in which reproductive organs of a plant detach from the parent plant and becomes a new plant
Taking buds from one plant and insert them under the bark of the rootstock have been cut in the shape of a T.
Method of grafting a small scion with much larger rootstocks.