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Science Botany pgs 8-10
stoma
transpiration
cuticle
angiosperm
one of the many openings in leafs or a stem of a plant that e…
the process by which plants release water vapor into the air…
the waxy layer that coats most of the surfaces of the plant t…
flowering plant that produces seeds with a fruit
stoma
one of the many openings in leafs or a stem of a plant that e…
transpiration
the process by which plants release water vapor into the air…
16 terms
Science Botany
Carbon Dioxide + Water = Starch + Oxygen
Chemical Energy
Products of Photosynesis
less transipration
Equation for Photosynthesis
During Photosynthesis light energy is converted to ...
The Soil mass does not grow but the plant grows?
More Humidity means
Carbon Dioxide + Water = Starch + Oxygen
Equation for Photosynthesis
Chemical Energy
During Photosynthesis light energy is converted to ...
60 terms
Life Science: Botany
Botany
Plant
Autotrophic
Conifer
Study of plants
An autotrophic organism that produces its own food. It is euk…
An organism that can make its own food.
Cone-bearing vegetation of middle and high latitudes that are…
Botany
Study of plants
Plant
An autotrophic organism that produces its own food. It is euk…
24 terms
Science: Botany
organelles
cell wall
cell membrane
cytoplasm
mini "organs" within the cell
rigid outer structure of the cell; made of cellulose
flexible later within the cell wall; allows materials in and…
liquid gel within the membrane
organelles
mini "organs" within the cell
cell wall
rigid outer structure of the cell; made of cellulose
26 terms
Science Botany
Botany
Vascular tissue
Xylem
Phleom
The study of plants
Plants with tube-like tissues that transport fluids throughou…
Tissue that brings water and nutrients from the roots to
Tissue that brings food made in leaves to all parts of the pl…
Botany
The study of plants
Vascular tissue
Plants with tube-like tissues that transport fluids throughou…
18 terms
Science- Botany
a scientist who studies plants
outer covering of a seed
the process of a seed beginning to grow
plants with roots, stems, and leaves
botanist
seed coat
germination
vascular plants
a scientist who studies plants
botanist
outer covering of a seed
seed coat
10 terms
SCIENCE BOTANY
The green pigment is leaves is
The chlorophyll cells are found in the
A producer makes their own
The xylem transports
chlorophyll
chloroplast
food
water and minerals
The green pigment is leaves is
chlorophyll
The chlorophyll cells are found in the
chloroplast
16 terms
Science Botany
Equation for Photosynthesis
During Photosynthesis light energy is…
The Soil mass does not grow but the pl…
More Humidity means
Carbon Dioxide + Water = Starch + Oxygen
Chemical Energy
Products of Photosynesis
less transipration
Equation for Photosynthesis
Carbon Dioxide + Water = Starch + Oxygen
During Photosynthesis light energy is…
Chemical Energy
16 terms
Science Botany
Equation for Photosynthesis
During Photosynthesis light energy is…
The Soil mass does not grow but the pl…
More Humidity means
Carbon Dioxide + Water = Starch + Oxygen
Chemical Energy
Products of Photosynesis
less transipration
Equation for Photosynthesis
Carbon Dioxide + Water = Starch + Oxygen
During Photosynthesis light energy is…
Chemical Energy
12 terms
Botany 10
Guanosine triphosphate
Photophosphorylation
Substrate level phosphorylation
Oxidative phosphorylation
...
Formation of ATP from ADP and phosphate RuBP carboxylase adds…
Formation of ATP from ADP you by having a phosphate group tra…
Formation of ATP from ADP anne phosphate powered by energy re…
Guanosine triphosphate
...
Photophosphorylation
Formation of ATP from ADP and phosphate RuBP carboxylase adds…
24 terms
Botany 10
Euphorbia latex
Ephedra
Citrus x aurantium --> C. maxima x C.…
Hoodia gordonii
Sap... Terpene
Ephedrine --> Tyrosine... inhibits uptake of norepinepphrine... inh…
Sour/bitter & sweet oranges & grapefruit... P- synephrine - phen…
P57 - aglycone = hoodigogenin... not a cactus... animal studies... inc…
Euphorbia latex
Sap... Terpene
Ephedra
Ephedrine --> Tyrosine... inhibits uptake of norepinepphrine... inh…
44 terms
science botany
Botany
George Washington Carver
cultivar
grain
The study of plants
African American farmer and food scientist. His research impr…
selected by people and have at least one distinguished charac…
Seed of a cereal grass
Botany
The study of plants
George Washington Carver
African American farmer and food scientist. His research impr…
20 terms
Science-Botany
botany
vascular
xylem
phloem
the study of plants
plants with tube-like tissues that transport fluids throughou…
tissue that brings water and nutrients from the roots to the…
tissue that brings food made in the leaves to all parts of th…
botany
the study of plants
vascular
plants with tube-like tissues that transport fluids throughou…
18 terms
Science - Botany
Life process
Respiration
Excretion
Nutrition
A process carried out by living organisms. Remembered using M…
Chemical process occurring in mitochondria of cells where sug…
Processes where an organism gets rid of waste chemicals that…
Process where an organisms gets chemical energy in food. Plan…
Life process
A process carried out by living organisms. Remembered using M…
Respiration
Chemical process occurring in mitochondria of cells where sug…
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Botany lesson 10
Pollen Cones
Softwood
Cycad
Bristlecone Pines
the male cones on a gymnosperm that are usually not noticeable
the type of wood that comes from gymnosperm trees
a gymnosperm plant that grows in warm areas and look much lik…
the oldest trees in the world
Pollen Cones
the male cones on a gymnosperm that are usually not noticeable
Softwood
the type of wood that comes from gymnosperm trees
38 terms
Botany Chapter 10
Adrenergic receptor plants
Adenosine receptor plants
Diabetes Plants
Gout Plants
Ephedra, Citrus, Hoodia
Caffeine (Coffea, Ilex, Camellia, Paullinia, Theobroma)... -A…
Fiber( Plantago, Amorphophallus)
Colchicum
Adrenergic receptor plants
Ephedra, Citrus, Hoodia
Adenosine receptor plants
Caffeine (Coffea, Ilex, Camellia, Paullinia, Theobroma)... -A…
Science Botany
Respiration
Mitochondria
Chloroplasts
Chlorophyll
A process in living organisms involving the production of ene…
An organelle found in large numbers in most cells, in which t…
A plastid in green plant cells which contains chlorophyll and…
A green pigment, present in all green plants and in cyanobact…
Respiration
A process in living organisms involving the production of ene…
Mitochondria
An organelle found in large numbers in most cells, in which t…
Botany Science
taxonomy
7 classification system
heterotroph
autotroph
discipline of classifying organisms and assigning each organi…
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
organism that cannot make its own food
organism that can make its own food
taxonomy
discipline of classifying organisms and assigning each organi…
7 classification system
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
science botany
whats is botany?
animals x plants
photosynthesis
what is a plant?
botany is a subject that study plants at all
the animals is different from the animals because for eat the…
H2O + CO2 --- C6H12O6 + O2 (equation) is a process used by pl…
the plants are multicellular organisms that make photosynthesis
whats is botany?
botany is a subject that study plants at all
animals x plants
the animals is different from the animals because for eat the…
Field Botany List 10
Euonymus fortunei
Elaeagnus angustifolia
Phellodendron sachalinense
Tamarix chinensis
climbing euonymus
Russian olive
cork tree
salt cedar
Euonymus fortunei
climbing euonymus
Elaeagnus angustifolia
Russian olive
Science Botany terms
Adaptation-
Annual-
Cellular Respiration-
Chlorophyll-
special feature that allow a plant or animal to live in a spe…
one year to complete life cycle
oxygen and glucose are broken down in cells providing energy…
Green Pigment in all plants responsible for the absorption of…
Adaptation-
special feature that allow a plant or animal to live in a spe…
Annual-
one year to complete life cycle
Botany 10
Soil
Parent material
Climate and organism
Lichens
Ground underfoot, thin layer of earth crust.
Soil are generally formed from rock
Two important factor
"Dual organisms" composed of a fungus and an alga or cynobact…
Soil
Ground underfoot, thin layer of earth crust.
Parent material
Soil are generally formed from rock
53 terms
Botany Chapter 9-10
Brownian Movement
Diffusion
"higher concentration to lower concent…
"lower concentration to higher concent…
carbon molecules constantly in motion is the result of the bo…
movement of molecules or ions from a region of higher concent…
"along a diffusion gradient"
"against a diffusion gradient"
Brownian Movement
carbon molecules constantly in motion is the result of the bo…
Diffusion
movement of molecules or ions from a region of higher concent…
Botany science
Botany
6 kingdoms of life
Plants are
Organism
Study of life
Animal, fungi, eubacteria, archaebacteria, plant, and protist
Living organisms
Any living structure
Botany
Study of life
6 kingdoms of life
Animal, fungi, eubacteria, archaebacteria, plant, and protist
Super Smart Science Botany
5 parts of a plant:
cellulose
vacuole
chloroplast
Root hairs, root, stem, leaf, terminal bud
makes up the plant cell wall and provides structure and shape…
large storage containers in plant cells that increase or decr…
make food for the plant
5 parts of a plant:
Root hairs, root, stem, leaf, terminal bud
cellulose
makes up the plant cell wall and provides structure and shape…
12 terms
Botany Lesson 10
Ginkgo
Giant Sequoias
Seed Cones
Cycad
A gymnosperm with leaves that are flat and wide like an angio…
The tallest trees in the world.
The female cones in a conifer.
A gymnosperm plant that grows in warm areas and looks much li…
Ginkgo
A gymnosperm with leaves that are flat and wide like an angio…
Giant Sequoias
The tallest trees in the world.
Botany - Science
xylem
pholem
cambium
dicot
Conducts water and minerals.
Moves food
A layer of cells in a plant that produces new phloem and xyle…
An angiosperm that has two seed leaves.
xylem
Conducts water and minerals.
pholem
Moves food
15 terms
Science - Ecology & Botany
Species
Adaptation
Physiological adaptation
Behavioural adaptation
A group of organisms that share similar features, biological…
A physical feature, biological process or behaviour that an o…
Process that an organism carries out in order to survive in i…
Actions of individuals or groups which increase the chances o…
Species
A group of organisms that share similar features, biological…
Adaptation
A physical feature, biological process or behaviour that an o…
14 terms
Apologia Botany--Lesson 10--Gymnosperms
pollen
soft
ginkgo
sequoias
Male cones from a gymnosperm that are usually not noticeable…
Wood that comes from a gymnosperm is _____ wood.
A gymnosperm with leaves that are flat and wide like an angio…
Giant _____ are the tallest trees in the world.
pollen
Male cones from a gymnosperm that are usually not noticeable…
soft
Wood that comes from a gymnosperm is _____ wood.
45 terms
Science-Botany (2015-fall)
stigma
style
ovules
ovary
the surface at the top go style. to receive the pollen.
connect tube that allow the pollen to get from the stigma to…
the ovules develop into a seed after fertilization
it will contain one or two ovules. to protect ovules.
stigma
the surface at the top go style. to receive the pollen.
style
connect tube that allow the pollen to get from the stigma to…
66 terms
Botany Chapter 10
metabolism
carbon dioxide
water
glucose
all chemical reactions within a cell.
what gets reduced in photosynthesis
what gets oxidized in photosynthesis
what gets oxidized in respiration
metabolism
all chemical reactions within a cell.
carbon dioxide
what gets reduced in photosynthesis
botany:science
Why do plants need roots? (3 reasons)
Why do plants need stems? (2 reasons)
Why do plants need leaves? (1 reason)
What would happen to a plant without l…
To anchor them to the ground.... To absorb water and minerals fr…
To transport water, minerals and food between the roots and l…
To produce sugar (glucose) through the process of photosynthe…
If a plant didn't have leaves they would die because they wou…
Why do plants need roots? (3 reasons)
To anchor them to the ground.... To absorb water and minerals fr…
Why do plants need stems? (2 reasons)
To transport water, minerals and food between the roots and l…
23 terms
3rd grade Science Botany
botanist
botany
carbon dioxide
cell membrane
a scientist who studies plants
the study of plants
a colorless, odorless gas in the air that people and animals…
the thin covering of a cell which keeps all the parts together
botanist
a scientist who studies plants
botany
the study of plants
Botany Unit 1 Science
Autotrophs
Photosynthesis
tissues
Cell wall
Organisms that produce their own food; generally plants are t…
Process in which plants make plants make their own food using…
A groups of similar cells perform a specific function, not fo…
A boundary that surrounds the cell membrane and separates the…
Autotrophs
Organisms that produce their own food; generally plants are t…
Photosynthesis
Process in which plants make plants make their own food using…
9 terms
Botany PPT 10
Why do plants make the things that we…
Why do plants put energy into fruits?
What are grains? And what are their de…
Fibers in plants
To spread seeds around (seed dispersal). NOT for storage of e…
Seed coat stuck to ovary wall. Not helping seed dispersal. To…
Dead cells for support. We use fibers to mean anything that w…
Why do plants make the things that we…
Why do plants put energy into fruits?
To spread seeds around (seed dispersal). NOT for storage of e…
39 terms
Botany Exam Ch. 10
Anabolism
Catabolism
Metabolism
Oxidation
metabolic reaction in which energy is stored and chemical bon…
metabolic reaction in which energy is released and chemical b…
the sum of all interrelated biochemical processes that take p…
loss of electrons
Anabolism
metabolic reaction in which energy is stored and chemical bon…
Catabolism
metabolic reaction in which energy is released and chemical b…
19 terms
Science - Botany Vocab
Angiosperm
Taproot System
Fibrous Root System
Xylem
flowering plant that produces seed in fruit
one main root grows downward w/many smaller roots branching out
several roots the same size that spread out from base of plan…
tissue that supports & conducts water & nutrients from roots…
Angiosperm
flowering plant that produces seed in fruit
Taproot System
one main root grows downward w/many smaller roots branching out
17 terms
Botany Chapter 10 Review
What process converts light energy to…
What is the process of releasing store…
What does the process of Respiration f…
What do animals rely on green plants f…
Photosynthesis
Respiration
Growth, Development and Reproduction
Oxygen, Food, shelter and other products.
What process converts light energy to…
Photosynthesis
What is the process of releasing store…
Respiration
21 terms
Science Vocabulary - Botany
gymnosperm
angiosperm
conifer
flower
group of seed plants that bear their seeds directly on the sc…
A flowering plant which forms seeds inside a protective chamb…
an evergreen, cone-bearing tree
The reproductive structure of an angiosperm
gymnosperm
group of seed plants that bear their seeds directly on the sc…
angiosperm
A flowering plant which forms seeds inside a protective chamb…
49 terms
Life Science: Botany (No Pictures)
Botany
Plant
Autotrophic
Conifer
Study of plants
An autotrophic organism that produces its own food. It is euk…
An organism that can make its own food.
Cone-bearing vegetation of middle and high latitudes that are…
Botany
Study of plants
Plant
An autotrophic organism that produces its own food. It is euk…
Science-Botany Science Quiz
what is a gymnosperm?
what is a angiosperm?
give an example of a gymnosperm
how does a gymnosperm reproduce
it uses cones to reproduce
it uses flowers to reproduce
pine tree, spruce
Uses pine cones and pollen to reproduce
what is a gymnosperm?
it uses cones to reproduce
what is a angiosperm?
it uses flowers to reproduce
44 terms
Botany Quiz 10
When the tip of a germinating seedling…
According to the original hypothesis o…
The pigments that absorb the light nec…
What is responsible for keeping a plan…
photomorphogenic responses.
lower; stimulates
Flavins
The environment
When the tip of a germinating seedling…
photomorphogenic responses.
According to the original hypothesis o…
lower; stimulates
12 terms
Botany 9/10
Burkwood's viburnum
Fremont mahonia
Kentucky coffee tree
Black Locust
Adoxaceae Viburnum x burkwoodii
Berberidaceae Berberis fremontii
Fabacae Gymnocladus dioica
Fabaceae Robinia pseudoacacia
Burkwood's viburnum
Adoxaceae Viburnum x burkwoodii
Fremont mahonia
Berberidaceae Berberis fremontii
42 terms
Medical Botany Ch. 10
overview
Vitamin C
Vitamin A
Vitamin K
collagen synthesis
retinal in the eye; has beta-carotine
blood clotting
overview
Vitamin C
collagen synthesis
19 terms
Science Academic Team: Botany
Oxygen
Yellow
Diploid sporophyte
Smaller surface area to decrease water…
Waste product of photosynthesis
The color of xanthophyll
Stage vascular plants produce spores
Why pine trees have small, needlelike leaves
Oxygen
Waste product of photosynthesis
Yellow
The color of xanthophyll
14 terms
Apologia Botany 10
Conifers
Bristlecone pine trees
Softwood
Hardwood
Conifers are gymnosperms which produce seeds nestled on the s…
The oldest living trees on Earth located in California. The o…
Gymnosperm trees are often called 'softwood' because they are…
Angiosperm trees are often called 'hardwood' because they are…
Conifers
Conifers are gymnosperms which produce seeds nestled on the s…
Bristlecone pine trees
The oldest living trees on Earth located in California. The o…
18 terms
Botany Final Ch. 10
What is the purpose of photosynthesis?
Why can't plants just use the ATP they…
Why are H2O and CO2 good molecules to…
What are the 2 stages of photosynthesi…
To make energy (ATP)
Because they have to be able to store the energy
Because they are cheap, and diffuse into the plant automatica…
Light reactions: thylakoids ... Calvin cycle: stroma
What is the purpose of photosynthesis?
To make energy (ATP)
Why can't plants just use the ATP they…
Because they have to be able to store the energy
18 terms
Science Botany Notes 2
Characteristics
Green Plants
Non Green Plants
Order of Plants
describes what something has or what it can do.
what help us make are food
Saprophyte or parasite
Eat, grow, move, reproduce, react, respire and repair
Characteristics
describes what something has or what it can do.
Green Plants
what help us make are food
49 terms
Life Science: Botany
Botany
Plant
Autotrophic
Conifer
Study of plants
An autotrophic organism that produces its own food. It is euk…
An organism that can make its own food.
Cone-bearing vegetation of middle and high latitudes that are…
Botany
Study of plants
Plant
An autotrophic organism that produces its own food. It is euk…
16 terms
Botany Lecture 10
Eukaryotic Cells
Nuclear Area
Cytoplasmic Area
Plant Cell Wall
-cells found in algae, fungi, and higher forms of plants and…
-control center of cell
-soup-like mixture in cell... -composed of water, dissolved subs…
-composed of all carbohydrates... -primary wall - outer wall... a.…
Eukaryotic Cells
-cells found in algae, fungi, and higher forms of plants and…
Nuclear Area
-control center of cell
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