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Flowering Plants-Botany
Whorls
Receptacle
Stamen
Anther
Circle of the sepal, petal, stamen, and carpel around the cen…
The base of a flower; the part of the stem that is the site o…
The pollen-producing reproductive organ of a flower, consisti…
In an angiosperm, the terminal pollen sac of a stamen, where…
Whorls
Circle of the sepal, petal, stamen, and carpel around the cen…
Receptacle
The base of a flower; the part of the stem that is the site o…
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Botany-Flowering Plants and Civilization
1880's - Alphonse de Candolle, Origin…
1916-N.I.Vavilov
1950's - Jack Harlan and students
6 regions of cultivated plants
- Cultivated plants originated in areas where wild relatives…
- Plants were domesticated in geographic regions with high ge…
Associated crop origins with regions
1. Near-eastern 2. Chinese 3. African continent 4. South Asia…
1880's - Alphonse de Candolle, Origin…
- Cultivated plants originated in areas where wild relatives…
1916-N.I.Vavilov
- Plants were domesticated in geographic regions with high ge…
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Botany: Magnoliophyta (the flowering plants)
Coniferophyta Facts
The Angiosperms
Comparative Reproduction
Unique features of angiosperms
1. Tallest organisms on Earth (Giant Redwoods).... 2. Most massi…
Species Diversity: first, 250,000 species. Ecological diversi…
0% ancestral characters. Reproductive processes: siphonogamy…
Xylem with vessel elements, phloem with sieve tubes, flower,…
Coniferophyta Facts
1. Tallest organisms on Earth (Giant Redwoods).... 2. Most massi…
The Angiosperms
Species Diversity: first, 250,000 species. Ecological diversi…
Botany Flower Types & Plant Types
Complete
Incomplete
Perfect (Gender)
Imperfect
Flower contain sepals, petals, stamens, and pistil; all four…
Flower lack any one or more of the following parts: sepals, p…
Flowers contain male and female parts; they contain both stam…
Flowers that lack either male or female parts; they may have…
Complete
Flower contain sepals, petals, stamens, and pistil; all four…
Incomplete
Flower lack any one or more of the following parts: sepals, p…
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Botany 25: flowering plants (FINALS!!!!!)
Angiosperm
Ovule
Economic botany
Monocots, eudicots
The traditional name for floweing plants, a large, diverse ph…
Structure in the ovary that contains a female gametophyte and…
The sub discipline of botany that deals with plants of econom…
Two large classes of flowering plants
Angiosperm
The traditional name for floweing plants, a large, diverse ph…
Ovule
Structure in the ovary that contains a female gametophyte and…
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Botany Lecture Angiosperms: the flowering plants
Angiosperms
Trachids
Vessel Member
Modified Roots and Stems
Largest phyla of the Plant Kingdom ... Sporophyte generation is…
H2O conducting Xylem in Spore-bearing vascular plants, gymnos…
H2O conducting Xylem in advanced angiosperms ... Sieve element -…
Storage structures for carbs, starches, sugars. ... Wild Carrots…
Angiosperms
Largest phyla of the Plant Kingdom ... Sporophyte generation is…
Trachids
H2O conducting Xylem in Spore-bearing vascular plants, gymnos…
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Botany 131: Magnoliophyta-- The Flowering Plants
Magnoliophyta- The Angiosperms
Comparative Reproduction
Magnoliophyta (unique features)
Flowers
species diversity: FIRST ... dominant vegetation
0% ancestral characters... reproductive processes:... siphonogamy…
xylem with vessel elements ... phloem with sieve tubes ... flower…
modified reproductive shoot ... stem=receptacle ... bearing leaves…
Magnoliophyta- The Angiosperms
species diversity: FIRST ... dominant vegetation
Comparative Reproduction
0% ancestral characters... reproductive processes:... siphonogamy…
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Botany: Plant Terminology
alternative leaves
angiosperms
anther
auxin plant
not opposite each other at the nodes
flowering plants that produce seeds
part of the stamen (male productive structure) that produces…
plant growth and development hormone
alternative leaves
not opposite each other at the nodes
angiosperms
flowering plants that produce seeds
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Botany exam 1 :flowering plants and fruits
Flowering plants... Angiosperms
monecious
dioecious
palynology
-domain: eukarya... -kingdom: plantae... -phylum: magnoliophyta
separate male and female flowers on same plant
true separation of male and female flowers
study of plants pollen... *pollen is the male gametophyte popula…
Flowering plants... Angiosperms
-domain: eukarya... -kingdom: plantae... -phylum: magnoliophyta
monecious
separate male and female flowers on same plant
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Botany Lab 05: Flowering Plants - Angiosperms
Angiosperms
Dicots (Dicotyledonous angiosperms) vs…
Monocots
Dicots
The largest and most diverse group in the plant kingdom.... -exh…
These two groups are defined by the presence of two seed leav…
-Embryo with one cotyledon ... - Leaf venation parallel ... -Advent…
-Embryo with two cotyledons... -Leaf venation reticulate (netlik…
Angiosperms
The largest and most diverse group in the plant kingdom.... -exh…
Dicots (Dicotyledonous angiosperms) vs…
These two groups are defined by the presence of two seed leav…
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Botany III - Flowers, Fruit & Plant Adapatations
stamen
anther
filament
pistil
the male reproductive structure of plants
the part of the stamen where pollen is produced
this part of the stamen holds the anther up so that pollinato…
the female reproductive part of plants
stamen
the male reproductive structure of plants
anther
the part of the stamen where pollen is produced
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Botany III - Flowers, Fruit & Plant Adapatations
stamen
anther
filament
pistil
the male reproductive structure of plants
the part of the stamen where pollen is produced
this part of the stamen holds the anther up so that pollinato…
the female reproductive part of plants
stamen
the male reproductive structure of plants
anther
the part of the stamen where pollen is produced
Botany Exam 2-Angiosperms(All flowering plants)
Division Anthophyta (Only 1 Divison!!)
Dicots
Monocots
The flower
A. Most diverse, wide spread, and successful plants on earth…
1 - Flower arrangements in 5's or 4's (petals)... 2 - 2 cotyledo…
1 - Flower parts in 3's... 2 - 1 cotyledon in seeds... 3 - Parallel…
A flower is a modified shoot system with set of modified leaves
Division Anthophyta (Only 1 Divison!!)
A. Most diverse, wide spread, and successful plants on earth…
Dicots
1 - Flower arrangements in 5's or 4's (petals)... 2 - 2 cotyledo…
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Botany/ The flowering seed plants/ chapter 1
Definition of Biology
organisms
habitats
Botany
The study of living things
living things god created
regions where particular organisms normally live
The study of plants
Definition of Biology
The study of living things
organisms
living things god created
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Flowering Plants Terminology
Stamen
Stigma
Photosynthesis
Asexual reproduction
the male reproductive organ of a flower
sticky portion at the top of the style where pollen grains fr…
process by which plants and some other organisms use light en…
reproduction without the fusion of gametes
Stamen
the male reproductive organ of a flower
Stigma
sticky portion at the top of the style where pollen grains fr…
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Biology: Botany Chapter 1-Flowering Seed Plants
Define Biology.
What are the 3 major fields of biology?
Name the 4 parts of a seed plant?
Name the 2 types of stems of a seed pl…
Bio = life, logy- study of - the study of life
1. botany - plants... 2. zoology - animals... 3. anatomy and physio…
1. flowers... 2. leaves... 3. stems... 4. roots
1. woody plants - contains trees and shurbs... 2. nonwoody plant…
Define Biology.
Bio = life, logy- study of - the study of life
What are the 3 major fields of biology?
1. botany - plants... 2. zoology - animals... 3. anatomy and physio…
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Botany Final- Major Families of Flowering Plants
Buttercup Family
Laurel Family
Poppy Family
Mustard Family
-1,500+ members... -EX: buttercup... -Northern Temperate and Artic…
-1,000+ species... -Mostly tropical... -Aromatic... -EX: cinnamon, ava…
-Most are herbs... -Temperate and subtropical regions... -Contain a…
-2,500+ species... -Temperate, cooler regions... -EX: cabbage, caul…
Buttercup Family
-1,500+ members... -EX: buttercup... -Northern Temperate and Artic…
Laurel Family
-1,000+ species... -Mostly tropical... -Aromatic... -EX: cinnamon, ava…
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Field Botany: Plant Organ Terminology *Part #1
Shoot system of a plant includes:
Maine parts of a flower:
Sepals
Calyx
Stems, leaves, and their modifications (flowers, cones etc)
Sepals, Petals, Tepals, Stamens and Pistils
Outermost whorl
All sepals
Shoot system of a plant includes:
Stems, leaves, and their modifications (flowers, cones etc)
Maine parts of a flower:
Sepals, Petals, Tepals, Stamens and Pistils
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Field Botany: Plant Organ Terminology *Part #2
Leaf Scar
Vascular Bundle Scars
Lateral Bud
Terminal Bud
Where leaf petiole was attached to stem
Inside leaf scar, where vascular tissue (xylem and phloem) co…
above leaf scar, will grow into a (axilary) branch
Bud at tip of twig, usually larger
Leaf Scar
Where leaf petiole was attached to stem
Vascular Bundle Scars
Inside leaf scar, where vascular tissue (xylem and phloem) co…
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Dendrology terminology pt 1-Fruits, Flowers, and categories of plants
tree
shrub
evergreen
deciduous
Large, woody perennial plant, typically with one main stem th…
Woody plant, typically with multiple stems, and usually short…
Retaining leaves longer than one growing season
Falling off. Not persistent, not evergreen
tree
Large, woody perennial plant, typically with one main stem th…
shrub
Woody plant, typically with multiple stems, and usually short…
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Botany
4 main organ systems of a plant
Roots
2 types of roots
tap root
roots, stems, leaves and flowers
anchor plants in the ground and absorb water and dissolved nu…
taproot, fibrous
the primary portion of the root grows long and thick while se…
4 main organ systems of a plant
roots, stems, leaves and flowers
Roots
anchor plants in the ground and absorb water and dissolved nu…
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Botany
Photosynthesis
Plants
Eukaryotic
Vascular tissue of plants
the process by which autotrophs convert light energy into che…
are organisms that are photosynthetic, eukaryotic and have ce…
A cell with a nucleus
Xylem and Phloem
Photosynthesis
the process by which autotrophs convert light energy into che…
Plants
are organisms that are photosynthetic, eukaryotic and have ce…
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botany
petals
sepal
root cap
leafs
the colorful structure that you see when flowers open
protect the flower
protects root
captures the suns energy
petals
the colorful structure that you see when flowers open
sepal
protect the flower
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Botany Unit 1: Plant Structure, Function and Adaptations Vocabulary Terms
Adaptation
Dichotomous Key
Petal
Stigma
The adjustment or changes in behavior, physiology, and struct…
A tool that allows users to identify items or organisms in a…
Colorful part of a flower.
Sticky knob at the top of the pistil.
Adaptation
The adjustment or changes in behavior, physiology, and struct…
Dichotomous Key
A tool that allows users to identify items or organisms in a…
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Apologia Botany--Lesson 3--Flowers
_____ are plants that make flowers.
Living creatures which eat only plants…
Living creatures that primarily eat ot…
A flower begins as an _____ in a seed.
angiosperms
herbivores
carnivores
embryo
_____ are plants that make flowers.
angiosperms
Living creatures which eat only plants…
herbivores
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Botany
Angiosperm
Gymnosperm
Annual
Perennial
a flowering plant which develops a fruit to protect seed
a plant that produces "cones" that contain the "naked" seed
plant that dies at the end of the growing season and needs to…
plant that will survive the harsh winter and regrow without h…
Angiosperm
a flowering plant which develops a fruit to protect seed
Gymnosperm
a plant that produces "cones" that contain the "naked" seed
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Plants: Parts of Flower (2)
anther
filament
ovary
petal
the tip of a flower's stamen ( the male reproductive organs o…
the part of the flower that holds the anther (and part of the…
a female reproductive organ in plants that produces ovules. I…
one of the leafy structures that comprise a flower. Petals ar…
anther
the tip of a flower's stamen ( the male reproductive organs o…
filament
the part of the flower that holds the anther (and part of the…
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Botany
Botany
Control
Cotyledon
Embyro
The scientific study of plants that deals with the structure,…
The part of of an experiment that stays the same while other…
The stored food in a seed
The undeveloped plant in the seed
Botany
The scientific study of plants that deals with the structure,…
Control
The part of of an experiment that stays the same while other…
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Botany
angiosperm
Four main parts of a flower
sepal
petal
flowering plant
1. sepal... 2. petal... 3. pistil ... 4. stamen
The outer parts of the flower (often green and leaf-like) tha…
The parts of a flower that are often conspicuously colored (h…
angiosperm
flowering plant
Four main parts of a flower
1. sepal... 2. petal... 3. pistil ... 4. stamen
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Botany Plant List 2
St. John's wort
Spider flower
Pennsylvania smartweed
Phlox
common name
common name
common name
common name
St. John's wort
common name
Spider flower
common name
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Plant Science Flower Parts and Functions
anther
stigma
style
petal
produces pollen, The terminal pollen sac of a stamen, inside…
The sticky part of a flowers female reproductive part, which…
The stalk of a flowers female organ, with the ovary at the ba…
a modified leave off a flowering plant. are the often colorfu…
anther
produces pollen, The terminal pollen sac of a stamen, inside…
stigma
The sticky part of a flowers female reproductive part, which…
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Botany Flower + Seed
plumule
hypocotyl
hypocotyl
radicle
What is B?
What is this?
What is this?
What is C (lower part)
plumule
What is B?
hypocotyl
What is this?
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Apologia Botany Lesson 3 Flowers
herbivores
Carnivores
dissecting
anatomy
animals that eat only plants
animals that eat only meat
to take something apart to study it
the different parts of a living thing
herbivores
animals that eat only plants
Carnivores
animals that eat only meat
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Botany Plant List 1
Dawn redwood
Dayflower
Bottlebrush buckeye
Paw paw
common name
common name
common name
common name
Dawn redwood
common name
Dayflower
common name
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Plants: Parts of Flower
anther
filament
ovary
petal
anther
filament
33 terms
Botany
chlorophyll
photosynthesis
gas that plants absorb
gas that plants release
why plants are green
process of converting sunlight into energy
CO2
Oxygen (O)
chlorophyll
why plants are green
photosynthesis
process of converting sunlight into energy
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Botany - Flower Study guide
Gametes
Fertilization
Pollination
peduncle
egg and sperm cell
the joining of the egg cell with a sperm cell
the transfer of pollen from anther to stigma
flower parts at the end of the flower stalk
Gametes
egg and sperm cell
Fertilization
the joining of the egg cell with a sperm cell
21 terms
Unit 1: Plant Diversity
Botany
Vascular plants
Nonvascular plants
Bryophytes
The study of plants
Plants with specialized tissues to provide structural support…
Plants that rely on the environment to distribute moisture.
Plant family that does not contain a vascular system-Mosses
Botany
The study of plants
Vascular plants
Plants with specialized tissues to provide structural support…
83 terms
Botany
botanist
biological classification
family
species
n.植物学家
生物分类
n.科
n.种;物种
botanist
n.植物学家
biological classification
生物分类
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Plant Families
Alliaceae
Amaranthaceae
Amaryllidaceae
Anacardiaceae
garlic, onion, leek, chives
beets, spinach
daffodil, amaryllis
cashew, poison ivy, poison oak, pistacho, mango
Alliaceae
garlic, onion, leek, chives
Amaranthaceae
beets, spinach
40 terms
Botany/ Flowers
Peduncle
Receptacle
4 main parts of a flower
Stamen
flower stalk where flowers grow
expanded part where all of the parts are located
pistil, stamen, petal, sepal
-male... -anther and filament... -pollen made in anther
Peduncle
flower stalk where flowers grow
Receptacle
expanded part where all of the parts are located
16 terms
Flower Pollination
Anther
Cross-pollination
Filament
Fruit
a structure that contains pollen
the transfer of pollen from the anther of one plant to the st…
a stalk that supports the anther
a fleshy plant structure that contains seeds
Anther
a structure that contains pollen
Cross-pollination
the transfer of pollen from the anther of one plant to the st…
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Flower Parts
anther
filament
stamen
pistil
makes pollen
holds up anther
male part of flower
female part of flower
anther
makes pollen
filament
holds up anther
26 terms
Flower Formula
Ca
Co
A
G
calyx
corolla
androecium
gynoecium
Ca
calyx
Co
corolla
31 terms
Flower Parts
Perianth
Sepal
Calyx
Petal
The calyx and corolla of a flower, collectively
The first whorl of a flower, usually greenish
The collective term for the sepals
The second whorl of a flower, usually showy
Perianth
The calyx and corolla of a flower, collectively
Sepal
The first whorl of a flower, usually greenish
27 terms
Botany chapter 31 plant responses
plant hormone
growth regulator
auxin
gibberellins
chemical messengers which affect a plant's ability to respond…
organic compounds which stimulate or inhibit plant growth
A plant hormone that stimulated stem elongation and growth, e…
A class of related plant hormones that stimulate growth in th…
plant hormone
chemical messengers which affect a plant's ability to respond…
growth regulator
organic compounds which stimulate or inhibit plant growth
20 terms
Botany Plant List 1
Dawn redwood
dayflower
bottlebrush buckeye
Paw paw
Taxodiaceae Metasequoia... living fossil... re-discovered in China
Commelinaceae Commelina... edible raw or cooked... family ancestra…
Hippocastanaceae Aesculus... seeds toxic (potentially lethal)... n…
Annonaceae Asimina... tropical family... fruit is edible
Dawn redwood
Taxodiaceae Metasequoia... living fossil... re-discovered in China
dayflower
Commelinaceae Commelina... edible raw or cooked... family ancestra…
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Plant Adaptations
leaves for traps
showy leaves
needles
thorns, spines and prickles
specially adapted leaves shaped to attract and capture insect…
colored leaves near the flower cluster to attract insects for…
helps the plant conserve water
sharp pointed structures used for protecting plants from anim…
leaves for traps
specially adapted leaves shaped to attract and capture insect…
showy leaves
colored leaves near the flower cluster to attract insects for…
21 terms
Apologia Botany Lesson 3 Flowers
herbivores
Carnivores
dissecting
anatomy
Eat only plants
eat only meat
to take something aprt to study it
study the different parts of a living thing
herbivores
Eat only plants
Carnivores
eat only meat
88 terms
botany vocabulary
botany
biology
taxonomy
binomial nomenclature
the study of plants
the study of life
the sorting of living things
the process of giving every living thing two names
botany
the study of plants
biology
the study of life
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