Defined by exclusion. Eukaryotic. Mostly unicellular.
Plant like protist. Photosynthetic autotrophs. Possess chlorophyll a. Mostly aquatic with flagella. Mostly unicellular, colonial, filamentous.
Fungus like protists. Unicellular, absorptive heterotrophs.
Fungus like protists. Types are oomycota and chytridiomycota.
Eukaryotic, absorptive heterotrophs. Cell wall made of chitin. excess sugar stored as glycogen. Mostly multicellular.
A fungi. Unicellular tangled masses of filaments.
A fungi. Unicellular, colonial.
One filament in fungi
All filaments put together in a fungi.
The study of fungi.
When the boundaries between cells in the hyphae are clearly visible.
When the boundaries between cells in the hyphae are not visible.
Fungi that lack a sexual mode of reproduction. Not based on evolutionary evidence.
A fungi that has a mutual relationship with algae or cyanobacteria. The fungus has a photosynthesizer inside it that gives it glucose.
A fungi that has a mutual relationship with plant roots. Greatly increases root absorption.
Photosynthetic, eukaryotic, cell walls made of cellulose, chloropasts, multicelular, possess true tissue and organs, indeterminate growth, chlorophyll a and b and caratenoids.
Inside plants. used for moving water.
Inside plants. Used for moving food.
Nonvascular (ie. mosses)
Vascular and seedless
Only in angiosperms. 1 seed leaf. Parallel vennation. Flower parts in 3x. Fibrous root system.
Only in angiosperms. 2 seed leaves. Netlike vennation.Flower parts in 4-5x. Taproot.
Haploid phase of plant cells' lives.
Diploid phase of plant cells' lives.
Place where pollen enters in an angiosperm.
Female part of a flower
Passageway in female part of flower where pollen travels through.
Male part of a flower.
Part of flower that holds pollen
Holds up the anther
Part of the flower that holds the seed.
Regions of active mitosis in plants
Meristems that contribute to growth at the tip of roots and tops of shoots.
Meristems that contribute to secondary growth (growing outwards) in conifers.
Promote cell elongation. Allow plants to move towards or away from stimulus.
Movements toward or away from stimulus.
Growth response to light.
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