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Exploring Creation with Botany - Chapter 9
phytoplankton
imperfect flowers
stamens
carpels
microscopic sea organisms that provide oxygen
flowers that only have male or female reproductive parts
male reproductive parts
female reproductive parts
phytoplankton
microscopic sea organisms that provide oxygen
imperfect flowers
flowers that only have male or female reproductive parts
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Exploring Creation with Botany (Chapter 7)
Roots
What do roots do?
Photosynthesis
Root hairs
water pipes of a plant
1. Absorb water and nutrients from the soil... 2. Hold plants in…
the process by which plants make their own food
tiny threads that branch off the surface of the roots
Roots
water pipes of a plant
What do roots do?
1. Absorb water and nutrients from the soil... 2. Hold plants in…
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Exploring Creation with Botany - Chapter 10
Gymnosperms
Conifers
What kind of trees are in cooler areas?
Which trees are the largest and oldest…
plants that produce uncovered seeds
cone-bearing and a type of gymnosperm
mostly conifers
conifers
Gymnosperms
plants that produce uncovered seeds
Conifers
cone-bearing and a type of gymnosperm
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany - Lesson 2
Embryo
Seedling
Hilum
Radicle
The part inside a seed that develops into a plant.
A young plant that has just begun to grow and emerge from the…
The scar on a seed marking where the seed was attached to the…
The part of a plant embryo that develops into a root.
Embryo
The part inside a seed that develops into a plant.
Seedling
A young plant that has just begun to grow and emerge from the…
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany-Lesson 1
Botany
Latin
Biology
Taxonomy
The study of plants. In Greek the word "botane" means "plant".
A dead language which is many times used in science to name t…
The study of living things. In Greek "bio" means "life" and "…
The science dealing with the description, identification, nam…
Botany
The study of plants. In Greek the word "botane" means "plant".
Latin
A dead language which is many times used in science to name t…
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany Lesson 4
Proboscis
Nocturnal
Nectaries
Nectar Guides
The long, flexible straw-like mouth on a butterfly, used to c…
Creatures that sleep during the day and are active at night
Places inside a flower where nectar is stored
The patterns on a flower that point the insects to the nectar…
Proboscis
The long, flexible straw-like mouth on a butterfly, used to c…
Nocturnal
Creatures that sleep during the day and are active at night
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Apologia Exploring Creation With Botany Lesson 6
Stomata
photosynthesis
chlorophyll
variable
the plant's "mouth" that takes in carbon dioxide and lets out…
the process plants use to make food, or sugar, for themselves
the substance that causes the plant's leaves to be green
the one thing that will be different in an experiment
Stomata
the plant's "mouth" that takes in carbon dioxide and lets out…
photosynthesis
the process plants use to make food, or sugar, for themselves
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Apologia Exploring Creation With Botany Lesson 9
Angiosperms
Imperfect Flowers
Masting
Acorn weevil
Angiosperms are plants that produce flowers.
Flowers that have either stamens or carpels, but not both are…
When a tree has an abundance of seeds it is called masting. M…
An acorn weevil is an insect that lays its eggs inside an aco…
Angiosperms
Angiosperms are plants that produce flowers.
Imperfect Flowers
Flowers that have either stamens or carpels, but not both are…
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany - Lesson 3
Stamen
Filament
Carnivores
Stigma
Male part of the plant that makes pollen.
Pole section of the stamen.
Animals that eat other animals.
The top part of the pistil or carpel, which contains a sticky…
Stamen
Male part of the plant that makes pollen.
Filament
Pole section of the stamen.
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany - Lesson 5
Main purpose of fruits?
Dispersal
Difference between a fruit and a veget…
Four methods of seed dispersal
To help disperse seeds
how something is spread or scattered
A fruit contains seeds. A vegetable does not.
Human, wind, mechanical, and water dispersal
Main purpose of fruits?
To help disperse seeds
Dispersal
how something is spread or scattered
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Exploring Creation with Botany - Chapter 11
Sporangia
What do seedless vascular plants produ…
Do spores contain food for baby plants?
Vascular
spore containers
sporangia
No
a plant that has tubes inside that carry fluid
Sporangia
spore containers
What do seedless vascular plants produ…
sporangia
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Exploring Creation with Botany - Chapter 8
stem
xylem
phloem
vascular cambium
the main body or stalk of a plant
tubes that carry water up from the roots
tubes that carry sugary food from the leaves to the rest of t…
a layer of cells just inside the surface of the stem of woody…
stem
the main body or stalk of a plant
xylem
tubes that carry water up from the roots
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany-Lesson 1
Botany
Latin
Biology
Biologists
The study of plants. In Greek the word "botane" means "plant".
A dead language which is many times used in science to name t…
The study of living things. In Greek "bio" means "life" and "…
People who study biology.
Botany
The study of plants. In Greek the word "botane" means "plant".
Latin
A dead language which is many times used in science to name t…
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany - Lesson 11
Antheridia
Fronds
Pinnae
Sporangia
Is the male part of a prothallus.
Are the leaves of a fern.
The leaflets that attach to the rachis on a fern frond.
Are the containers on a fern that hold spores.
Antheridia
Is the male part of a prothallus.
Fronds
Are the leaves of a fern.
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany - Lesson 12
Lichen
Liverworts
Desiccate
Bryophyta
A combination of fungus and algae, which grows on trees in he…
Bryophytes that have leaves shaped in the form of a liver.
The ability some plants have to dry out for a long time witho…
The phylum which contains mosses.
Lichen
A combination of fungus and algae, which grows on trees in he…
Liverworts
Bryophytes that have leaves shaped in the form of a liver.
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany - Lesson 11
Antheridia
Fronds
Pinnae
Sporangia
Is the male part of a prothallus.
Are the leaves of a fern.
The leaflets that attach to the rachis on a fern frond.
Are the containers on a fern that hold spores.
Antheridia
Is the male part of a prothallus.
Fronds
Are the leaves of a fern.
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany - Lesson 4
Proboscis
Nocturnal
Nectaries
Nectar Guides
The long, flexible straw-like mouth on a butterfly, used to c…
Creatures that sleep during the day and are active at night.
Places inside a flower where nectar is stored.
The patterns on a flower that point the insects to the nectar…
Proboscis
The long, flexible straw-like mouth on a butterfly, used to c…
Nocturnal
Creatures that sleep during the day and are active at night.
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany - Lesson 1
Botany
Latin
Biology
Biologists
The study of plants. In Greek the word "botane" means "plant".
A dead language which is many times used in science to name t…
The study of living things. In Greek "bio" means "life" and "…
People who study biology.
Botany
The study of plants. In Greek the word "botane" means "plant".
Latin
A dead language which is many times used in science to name t…
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany - Lesson 2
Embryo
Seedling
Hilum
Radicle
The part inside a seed that develops into a plant.
A young plant that has just begun to grow and emerge from the…
The scar on a seed marking where the seed was attached to the…
The part of a plant embryo that develops into a root.
Embryo
The part inside a seed that develops into a plant.
Seedling
A young plant that has just begun to grow and emerge from the…
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany - Lesson 12
Lichen
Liverworts
Desiccate
Bryophyta
A combination of fungus and algae, which grows on trees in he…
Bryophytes that have leaves shaped in the form of a liver.
The ability some plants have to dry out for a long time witho…
The phylum which contains mosses.
Lichen
A combination of fungus and algae, which grows on trees in he…
Liverworts
Bryophytes that have leaves shaped in the form of a liver.
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany - Lesson 6
stomata
consumers
producers
guard cell
the small openings on the undersides of most leaves through w…
Organisms that eat living producers and/or other consumers fo…
organisms that make their own food
pairs of cells that surround stomata and control their openin…
stomata
the small openings on the undersides of most leaves through w…
consumers
Organisms that eat living producers and/or other consumers fo…
Exploring Creation with Botany Lesson 1
phloem
midrib
nonvascular
moss
a tube through which sugar and water flow down a plant
the main vein in a leaf
not tubed, or not vascular
a nonvascular plant that grows on rock, trees, and other plac…
phloem
a tube through which sugar and water flow down a plant
midrib
the main vein in a leaf
Exploring Creation with Botany Lesson 2
dormant
seedling
embryo
dormire
hibernating
a little plant
a baby plant or creature inside of another plant or creature
to sleep
dormant
hibernating
seedling
a little plant
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Apologia Exploring Creation With Botany - Lesson 7
Roots
Roots two main jobs are:
Erosion
How do roots prevent erosion?
A plant's root system is really a network of tubes usually gr…
they absorb nutrients and water from the soil and they hold t…
When rain and wind can whisk soil away, changing the landscape.
Roots help keep erosion from happening by clinging to the soi…
Roots
A plant's root system is really a network of tubes usually gr…
Roots two main jobs are:
they absorb nutrients and water from the soil and they hold t…
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany - Lesson 10
pollen cones
softwood
ginkgo
giant sequoias
are male cones from a gymnosperm that are usually not noticea…
Wood that comes from a gymnosperm
is a gymnosperm with leaves that are flat and wide like an an…
are the tallest trees in the world
pollen cones
are male cones from a gymnosperm that are usually not noticea…
softwood
Wood that comes from a gymnosperm
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Apologia Exploring Creation With Botany Lesson 9
Angiosperms
Imperfect Flowers
Masting
Acorn weevil
plants that produce flowers.
Flowers that have either stamens or carpels, but not both
When a tree has an abundance of seeds
an insect that lays its eggs inside an acorn. The larvae will…
Angiosperms
plants that produce flowers.
Imperfect Flowers
Flowers that have either stamens or carpels, but not both
Exploring Creation with Botany Lesson 6: Leaves
stomata
consumers
producers
guard cells
Mouths on the underside of a leaf that collect necessary chem…
Creatures that eat plants or other creatures.
Creatures that create their own food. (Plants)
Cells that open and close the stomata on the underside of a l…
stomata
Mouths on the underside of a leaf that collect necessary chem…
consumers
Creatures that eat plants or other creatures.
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Apologia Exploring Creation With Botany Lesson 6
Stomata
photosynthesis
chlorophyll
variable
the plant's "mouth" that takes in carbon dioxide and lets out…
the process plants use to make food, or sugar, for themselves
the substance that causes the plant's leaves to be green
the one thing that will be different in an experiment
Stomata
the plant's "mouth" that takes in carbon dioxide and lets out…
photosynthesis
the process plants use to make food, or sugar, for themselves
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Exploring Creation w/Botany - Lesson 1
What is Biology?
What is Botony?
Are all botanists biologists?
Are all biologists botanists?
study of living things
study of plants
yes
no
What is Biology?
study of living things
What is Botony?
study of plants
Exploring Creation with Botany Lesson 3: Flowers
herbivores
carnivores
nectar
angiosperms
animals that eat plants
animals that eat only meat
sticky liquid that attracts bugs
flowers
herbivores
animals that eat plants
carnivores
animals that eat only meat
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany 5
Main purpose of fruits?
Dispersal
Difference between a fruit and a veget…
Four methods of seed dispersal
To help disperse seeds
how something is spread or scattered
A fruit contains seeds. A vegetable does not.
Human, wind, mechanical, and water dispersal
Main purpose of fruits?
To help disperse seeds
Dispersal
how something is spread or scattered
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany-Lesson 1
Botany
Latin
Biology
Biologists
The study of plants. In Greek the word "botane" means "plant".
A dead language which is many times used in science to name t…
The study of living things. In Greek "bio" means "life" and "…
People who study biology.
Botany
The study of plants. In Greek the word "botane" means "plant".
Latin
A dead language which is many times used in science to name t…
Exploring Creation with Botany Lesson 4: Pollination
Proboscis
Imperfect
Self-pollination
Nocturnal
The long, flexible straw used to collect nectar
Flowers that have either only Carpels or only Stamens, but no…
The term used to describe a plant that pollinates itself
Creatures that sleep during the day and are active at night
Proboscis
The long, flexible straw used to collect nectar
Imperfect
Flowers that have either only Carpels or only Stamens, but no…
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany - Lesson 3
Stamen
Filament
Carnivores
Stigma
Male part of the plant that makes pollen.
Pole section of the stamen.
Animals that eat other animals.
The top part of the pistil or carpel, which contains a sticky…
Stamen
Male part of the plant that makes pollen.
Filament
Pole section of the stamen.
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany - Lesson 2
Embryo
Seedling
Hilum
Radicle
The part inside a seed that develops into a plant.
A young plant that has just begun to grow and emerge from the…
The scar on a seed marking where the seed was attached to the…
The part of a plant embryo that develops into a root.
Embryo
The part inside a seed that develops into a plant.
Seedling
A young plant that has just begun to grow and emerge from the…
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany Lesson 3
Stamen
Filament
Carnivores
Stigma
Male part of the plant that makes pollen.
Pole section of the stamen.
Animals that eat other animals.
The top part of the pistil or carpel, which contains a sticky…
Stamen
Male part of the plant that makes pollen.
Filament
Pole section of the stamen.
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany - Lesson 4
Proboscis
Nocturnal
Nectaries
Nectar Guides
The long, flexible straw-like mouth on a butterfly, used to c…
Creatures that sleep during the day and are active at night.
Places inside a flower where nectar is stored.
The patterns on a flower that point the insects to the nectar…
Proboscis
The long, flexible straw-like mouth on a butterfly, used to c…
Nocturnal
Creatures that sleep during the day and are active at night.
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany Lesson 6
stomata
consumers
producers
guard cell
the small openings on the undersides of most leaves through w…
Organisms that eat living producers and/or other consumers fo…
organisms that make their own food
pairs of cells that surround stomata and control their openin…
stomata
the small openings on the undersides of most leaves through w…
consumers
Organisms that eat living producers and/or other consumers fo…
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany - Lesson 5
Main purpose of fruits?
Dispersal
Difference between a fruit and a veget…
Four methods of seed dispersal
To help disperse seeds
how something is spread or scattered
A fruit contains seeds. A vegetable does not.
Human, wind, mechanical, and water dispersal
Main purpose of fruits?
To help disperse seeds
Dispersal
how something is spread or scattered
10 terms
Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany Lesson 4
Proboscis
Nocturnal
Nectaries
Nectar Guides
The long, flexible straw-like mouth on a butterfly, used to c…
Creatures that sleep during the day and are active at night.
Places inside a flower where nectar is stored.
The patterns on a flower that point the insects to the nectar…
Proboscis
The long, flexible straw-like mouth on a butterfly, used to c…
Nocturnal
Creatures that sleep during the day and are active at night.
18 terms
Exploring Creation With Botany- lesson 1
Botany
Biology
Classification
Binomial nomenclature
The study of plants
The study of living things
The process of placing things into groups
Assigning two names to living things
Botany
The study of plants
Biology
The study of living things
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Exploring creation with Botany- Lesson 2
Dormant
Embryo
Hilum
Embryo parts
The way a baby plant "sleeps" until it begins to grow up
The baby inside a plant
Where the seed is attached to its mother
Cotyledons, radicle, hypocotyl, epicotyl, plumule
Dormant
The way a baby plant "sleeps" until it begins to grow up
Embryo
The baby inside a plant
Exploring Creation with Botany Lesson 5: Fruits
seed dispersal
human dispersal
water dispersal
wind dispersal
the spreading of seeds
the spreading of seeds by humans
the spreading of seeds by water
the spreading of seeds by wind
seed dispersal
the spreading of seeds
human dispersal
the spreading of seeds by humans
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Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany Lesson 6
stomata
consumers
producers
guard cell
the small openings on the undersides of most leaves through w…
Organisms that eat living producers and/or other consumers fo…
organisms that make their own food
pairs of cells that surround stomata and control their openin…
stomata
the small openings on the undersides of most leaves through w…
consumers
Organisms that eat living producers and/or other consumers fo…
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Apologia Botany--Lesson 4--Pollination
If pollen from the stamen goes to the…
Most flowers _____ self-pollinate.
Wind and _____ help plants pollinate o…
Animals and _____ help plants pollinat…
self-
cannot
animals
wind
If pollen from the stamen goes to the…
self-
Most flowers _____ self-pollinate.
cannot
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Apologia Botany: Lesson 4
Proboscis
Nocturnal
Nectaries
Nectar Guides
The long, flexible straw-like mouth on a butterfly, used to c…
Creatures that sleep during the day and are active at night.
Places inside a flower where nectar is stored.
The patterns on a flower that point the insects to the nectar…
Proboscis
The long, flexible straw-like mouth on a butterfly, used to c…
Nocturnal
Creatures that sleep during the day and are active at night.
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Botany Lesson 4
Evolution
Evolutionists
Imperfect
Landing Pad
The process by which some believe all the animals and plants…
People who believe that the world came into being through a r…
These flowers have only male parts or female parts on the flo…
The flat surface of a flower on which a bee lands.
Evolution
The process by which some believe all the animals and plants…
Evolutionists
People who believe that the world came into being through a r…
botany chapter 1
botany
ancient period
aristotle
theophrastus
branch of biology which deals with plants
the greek studied plants primarily for practical reasons
compared plant nutrition with animal nutrition
wrote an inquiry into plants
botany
branch of biology which deals with plants
ancient period
the greek studied plants primarily for practical reasons
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Botany Terms
Isotopes
Ions
Isomers
Ionic bond
Atoms of the same element that have different numbers of neut…
Charged particles
Same atoms but different arrangement.
A chemical bond resulting from the attraction between opposit…
Isotopes
Atoms of the same element that have different numbers of neut…
Ions
Charged particles
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Systematic Botany Chapter 3
Allosteric Activation
Allosteric Feedback Inhibition
Allosteric Inhibition
Anabolism
binding of a regulatory molecule to a protein at the active o…
where the product of a metabolic pathway binds to the enzyme…
binding of a regulatory molecule to a protein at the active o…
creation of a molecule, requiring energy input and usually ca…
Allosteric Activation
binding of a regulatory molecule to a protein at the active o…
Allosteric Feedback Inhibition
where the product of a metabolic pathway binds to the enzyme…
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