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Plant Test Study Guide
Photosynthesis
Stoma(ta)
Guard Cells
Phloem
The process by which plants use H20, C02, and sunlight to pro…
One of many openings in a leaf or a stem of a plant that enab…
Structures in leaves of plants, that open up and close the st…
Tube inside plants that carries nutrients from the leaves or…
Photosynthesis
The process by which plants use H20, C02, and sunlight to pro…
Stoma(ta)
One of many openings in a leaf or a stem of a plant that enab…
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Plant Test Study Guide
root
stem
leaves
flower
suck up water and nutrients from soil and carries it to plant
support the plant and helps water travel to the leaves
make food for the plant
makes new seeds for the plant
root
suck up water and nutrients from soil and carries it to plant
stem
support the plant and helps water travel to the leaves
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Plant Study Guide
What can you find inside a seed coat?
What types of things do seeds have to…
What other types of things in nature c…
What is a variable?
a seedling
hooks and wings
wind, rain, people, animals, rivers, lakes
Something that could change in a science experiment only once
What can you find inside a seed coat?
a seedling
What types of things do seeds have to…
hooks and wings
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Amari Plant Study Guide
All plants need
Lice cycle of a plant
Seed
Sprout
air, sunlight and water
seed, sprout, seedling, leaf/flower, fruit
All plants need
air, sunlight and water
Lice cycle of a plant
seed, sprout, seedling, leaf/flower, fruit
Plant Unit Study Guide
Leaves... (and any green part of a plant)
Photosynthesis
Photosynthesis (equation)
chlorophyll
contain chlorophyll which helps trap the energy from the sun…
a process that happens in the leaves. It uses chlorophyll ene…
chlorophyll + carbon dioxide +water + sunlight = sugar and ox…
the green pigment in plants that is used to trap the sun's en…
Leaves... (and any green part of a plant)
contain chlorophyll which helps trap the energy from the sun…
Photosynthesis
a process that happens in the leaves. It uses chlorophyll ene…
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Plant study guide
4 things plant needs to grow
3 ways seeds travel
germinate
Conifer
Carbon dioxide, water, soil, light
Animals / water / wind
Sprouting of a seed
Trees make cones
4 things plant needs to grow
Carbon dioxide, water, soil, light
3 ways seeds travel
Animals / water / wind
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Plant Study Guide
roots
stem
leaves
flower
absorb water from ground
supports the plants, carries water to the leaves
make food for the plant using sunlight, air & water
produce the seeds for plants and attract pollinators
roots
absorb water from ground
stem
supports the plants, carries water to the leaves
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Plant Study Guide
Characteristics of Gymnosperms
Characteristics of Angiosperms
The difference between dicot and monocot
Hydroponics
They do not have an outer covering or shell around their seed…
produce flowers and seeds enclosed in fruits... seed plant
monocots differ from dicots in four structural features: thei…
Hydroponics is the process of growing plants in sand, gravel,…
Characteristics of Gymnosperms
They do not have an outer covering or shell around their seed…
Characteristics of Angiosperms
produce flowers and seeds enclosed in fruits... seed plant
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Plant study guide
Roots
Stems
Leaves
Flowers
Parts of a plant that in water and nutrients. Most grow under…
Parts of a plant that carry water from the roots of the pant…
Parts of a plant that make the food for the plant. They use l…
Parts of some plants that help make new plants. Part of this…
Roots
Parts of a plant that in water and nutrients. Most grow under…
Stems
Parts of a plant that carry water from the roots of the pant…
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Plant study guide
Nonvascular
Monocot
Dicot
Angiosperm
A plant that DOES NOT have specialized tissue to move water a…
Flowering plant that has a single cotyledon in... the seed, para…
Flowering plant that has a single cotyledon in the... seed, para…
Vascular plants... -Produce flowers and fruit... -Most abundant pla…
Nonvascular
A plant that DOES NOT have specialized tissue to move water a…
Monocot
Flowering plant that has a single cotyledon in... the seed, para…
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Plant Unit Study Guide
small pores on leaf surfaces allowing…
vessels that move food from leaves to…
vessels that transport substances from…
open and close stomata
...
...
...
...
small pores on leaf surfaces allowing…
...
vessels that move food from leaves to…
...
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Plant Study Guide
roots, stems, leaves
eukaryotes, cell wall, photosynthesis
475 million
roots and leaves
What are the principle organs of seed plants?
What are the 3 characteristics of plants
How many years ago did the first land plants evolve?
What did the first land plants lack?
roots, stems, leaves
What are the principle organs of seed plants?
eukaryotes, cell wall, photosynthesis
What are the 3 characteristics of plants
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Plant Study Guide
Water
Food
Vascular
Nonvascular
What does xylem transport?
What does phloem transport?
Plants that have xylem and phloem are known as...
Plants that don't have xylem and phloem are known as...
Water
What does xylem transport?
Food
What does phloem transport?
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Plant study guide
Guard Cell
Phloem
Carbon Dioxdie
Oxygen
open and closes Stomata
transport sugar molecules
plants take and to make oxygen
plants make oxygen
Guard Cell
open and closes Stomata
Phloem
transport sugar molecules
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Plant Study Guide
American Elm
Sugar Maple (Acer)
Red Maple (Acer)
Cotton Grass
American Elm
Sugar Maple (Acer)
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Plant Study Guide
Angiosperm
Cambium
Carbohydrate
Cellular respiration
Seed plants that produce flowers.
Where new cells of xylem and phloem are made.
sugar / food
Is the release of energy from food.
Angiosperm
Seed plants that produce flowers.
Cambium
Where new cells of xylem and phloem are made.
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Plant study guide
Stem
Sepals
Leaves
Petals
What holds the plant up
It protects the developing flower when it is a bud
Makes food for the plant though a process called photosynthesis
What attracts pollinators into the flower to help fertilize
Stem
What holds the plant up
Sepals
It protects the developing flower when it is a bud
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Plant Study Guide
Four Divisions of Plants
Origin of All Plants
Gymnosperms
Angiosperms
Gymnosperms, Angiosperms, Seedless Vascular, and Seedless Non…
Ancestral Green Algae
Vascular, known for scaly leaves and and cones, ex. pines, gi…
Vascular, flowering, split into monocots and dicots, ex. mono…
Four Divisions of Plants
Gymnosperms, Angiosperms, Seedless Vascular, and Seedless Non…
Origin of All Plants
Ancestral Green Algae
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Plant Study Guide
Non-Vascular Plants
Vascular Plants
Characteristics of all plants
Liverworts and Mosses
No water conducting tissues... Can not grow very large... Must have…
Conduct water, minerals, and food molecules through roots, st…
Multi-cellular... Have a complex cell structure, cell walls, and…
Non-vascular plants
Non-Vascular Plants
No water conducting tissues... Can not grow very large... Must have…
Vascular Plants
Conduct water, minerals, and food molecules through roots, st…
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plant study guide
Pollen Grain
cone
Herbaceous plant
cork
An immature male gametophyte of a seed plant is a ___________…
Clusters of non green spore-bearing leaves form a structure c…
A plant with stems that are flexible and usually green is cal…
The dermal tissue on woody stems and roots consists of severa…
Pollen Grain
An immature male gametophyte of a seed plant is a ___________…
cone
Clusters of non green spore-bearing leaves form a structure c…
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Plant Quiz Study Guide
nucleus
mitochondria
vacuole
cell wall
the control center (brain) of the cell
provides energy to the cell (power plant)
stores food, water, and waste in a cell
provides protection for the cell (only lets certain things in…
nucleus
the control center (brain) of the cell
mitochondria
provides energy to the cell (power plant)
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plant study guide
hornworts, liverworts, mosses
pioneer plant
vascular tissues
gymnosperm
what are the 3 phyla on nonvascular plants called?
The first plant species to colonize an area that is well adap…
xylem and phloem are _____________ __________
cone bearing plants
hornworts, liverworts, mosses
what are the 3 phyla on nonvascular plants called?
pioneer plant
The first plant species to colonize an area that is well adap…
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Plant Study Guide
club moss
liverwort
royal fern
buttercup
club moss
liverwort
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Plant Study Guide
Angiosperm
Characteristics of a Plant
Functions of the Roots
The Functions of the Stem
A plant that produces seeds that are enclosed in a fruit (pro…
1. All plants are all autotrophs, that produce their own food…
Anchors a plant in the ground and absorbs the water and nutri…
Carries substances between the plant's roots and leaves. Also…
Angiosperm
A plant that produces seeds that are enclosed in a fruit (pro…
Characteristics of a Plant
1. All plants are all autotrophs, that produce their own food…
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Plant unit study guide
Monocot
Dicot
Cotyledon
Dicot root
"One" cotyledon
"two" cotyledon
provides energy for the seed
Tap
Monocot
"One" cotyledon
Dicot
"two" cotyledon
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Plant Study Guide
Vascular Plants
Xylem
Phloem
Cambium
plants that have tubelike structures for transporting substan…
vessels that transport substances from roots to other parts o…
vessels that move food from leaves to other plant parts
tissue that produces new xylem and phloem
Vascular Plants
plants that have tubelike structures for transporting substan…
Xylem
vessels that transport substances from roots to other parts o…
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Study Guide Plant Unit Test
What happens during germination?
Where does fertilization take place?
What is formed when a flowering plant…
Which part of a plant becomes the seed?
Seed coat opens up and new plant emerges
Ovary-ovule (egg)
Seed
ovule
What happens during germination?
Seed coat opens up and new plant emerges
Where does fertilization take place?
Ovary-ovule (egg)
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Plant Unit Study Guide
Shoots consist of _______.
A plant that completes its life cycle…
Mosses and ferns reproduce by ___.
A root-like structure that anchors non…
stems and leaves
annual
spores
rhizoid
Shoots consist of _______.
stems and leaves
A plant that completes its life cycle…
annual
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Plant study guide
How do you define plant?
What characteristics must an organism…
Basic alterations of generations life…
Bryophytes
"Plants are eukaryotes that have cell walls containing cellul…
Center on the need for sunlight, gas exchange, water, and min…
Diploid (sporophyte plant) (2N) ~ spores (N) ~ gametophyte pl…
- moss like; small flower less green plant of the division Br…
How do you define plant?
"Plants are eukaryotes that have cell walls containing cellul…
What characteristics must an organism…
Center on the need for sunlight, gas exchange, water, and min…
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plant study guide
Negative VS. Positive tropism
Trophic level
autotroph
heterotroph
the stimulus involved and may be either positive or negative
each of several hierarchical levels in an ecosystem, comprisi…
An organism that is able to form nutritional organic substanc…
an organism deriving its nutritional requirements from comple…
Negative VS. Positive tropism
the stimulus involved and may be either positive or negative
Trophic level
each of several hierarchical levels in an ecosystem, comprisi…
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Plant Test Study Guide
What is NEEDED for Photosynthesis?
What is MADE from Photosynthesis?
Seed Dispersal
Phloem Cells
1) Water (enters through the roots)... 2) light (sun)... 3) CO2 (fr…
1) Oxygen (exits the leaf)... 2) Sugar/Glucose (stays in the pla…
wind, water, animals, ejection
carries water/food down into the roots
What is NEEDED for Photosynthesis?
1) Water (enters through the roots)... 2) light (sun)... 3) CO2 (fr…
What is MADE from Photosynthesis?
1) Oxygen (exits the leaf)... 2) Sugar/Glucose (stays in the pla…
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Plant Study Guide
What is the main function of root hairs?
Leaves have openings called what? What…
What does xylem carry? Which way? is i…
What is a complete flower?
Small projections from the root that increase the surface are…
Organ of a plant that traps light energy for photosythesis le…
There is a layer pholem and there is a layer Xylem
A perfect flower has both (stamen and land female pistil) rep…
What is the main function of root hairs?
Small projections from the root that increase the surface are…
Leaves have openings called what? What…
Organ of a plant that traps light energy for photosythesis le…
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Plant study guide
Roots
Stems
Leaves
Flowers
Absorb nutrients
support leaves
Phtosynthesis
Pollination and reproduction
Roots
Absorb nutrients
Stems
support leaves
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Plant Study Guide
Plants need sunlight, air, water, and…
What is the function of roots?
What is the function of a stem?
What does a plant's vascular system do?
stay alive and healthy
supports a plant so it does not fall over
hold up leaves so they can absorb sunlight
carries food, water, and nutrients to all parts of the plant
Plants need sunlight, air, water, and…
stay alive and healthy
What is the function of roots?
supports a plant so it does not fall over
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Plant Test Study Guide
What do spores grow in?
What type of roots does grass contain?
What is the term for the process that…
____________, as the seed of a floweri…
capsules
fibrous roots
grafting
First (1st)
What do spores grow in?
capsules
What type of roots does grass contain?
fibrous roots
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Plant study guide
All pants are_________which means they…
Vascular plants differ from non-vascua…
The__________stage produces egg and sp…
What is the vascular tissue of a plant…
eukaryotes
How the transport materials
Gametophyte
Transport and move materials
All pants are_________which means they…
eukaryotes
Vascular plants differ from non-vascua…
How the transport materials
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Plant Quiz 2 Study Guide
Respiration
Photosynthesis
Simple Leaf
Compound Leaf
Breathing; in plants it is the intake of carbon dioxide and r…
the process by which green plants use sunlight to make foods…
a leaf that is not divided into parts
a leaf of a plant consisting of several or many distinct part…
Respiration
Breathing; in plants it is the intake of carbon dioxide and r…
Photosynthesis
the process by which green plants use sunlight to make foods…
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Plant Quiz Study Guide
What is consumed in photosynthesis?
What is produced in photosynthesis?
What is required for photosynthesis to…
What are the products of photosynthesis?
Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
Glucose (sugar - C6 H12 06)
Sunlight, Carbon Dioxide (C02)
Glucose (C6 H12 06), Oxygen (02)
What is consumed in photosynthesis?
Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
What is produced in photosynthesis?
Glucose (sugar - C6 H12 06)
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Plant Propagation Study Guide
What is sexual propagation?
What is asexual propagation?
What is an example of sexual propagati…
What are 5 examples of asexual plant p…
Recombination of genetic material to form a uniquely genetic…
Use of vegetative organs to create plantlets genetically iden…
Seeds or spores
Division, cuttings tissue culture, layering and grafting
What is sexual propagation?
Recombination of genetic material to form a uniquely genetic…
What is asexual propagation?
Use of vegetative organs to create plantlets genetically iden…
22 terms
WCC Plant Study Guide
Sitka Spruce
Salmonberry
Pacific Ninebark
Sitka Willow
Picea Sitchensis
Rubus spectabilus
Crataegus douglasii
Salix sitchensis
Sitka Spruce
Picea Sitchensis
Salmonberry
Rubus spectabilus
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Plant study Guide
What are Anthophytes?
Main function(s) of roots?
Main function(s) of stems?
Main function(s) of leaves?
flowering plants
anchors plant in ground, collects water and nutrients form soil
transportation of nutrients, water
photosynthesis
What are Anthophytes?
flowering plants
Main function(s) of roots?
anchors plant in ground, collects water and nutrients form soil
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Plant Test Study Guide
Chlorophyll
Photosynthesis
Stomata
Vascular Plant
The pigment in a chloroplasts that absorb light
The process by which plants transform energy from sunlight to…
Small openings in the bottom of a leaf through which gases move
A plant that has specialized structures for transporting food…
Chlorophyll
The pigment in a chloroplasts that absorb light
Photosynthesis
The process by which plants transform energy from sunlight to…
33 terms
Plant Study Guide
What are the four key evolutionary cha…
What is primary growth?
What is secondary growth?
How do seedless vascular plants reprod…
1) Alternation of generations (more dominant diploid phase of…
an increase of the shoot and root
an increase in the thickness/girth of the plant
haploid, unicellular spores
What are the four key evolutionary cha…
1) Alternation of generations (more dominant diploid phase of…
What is primary growth?
an increase of the shoot and root
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plant quiz study guide
botany
all eukaryotic plant cells have
3 Characteristics of plants
What evidence is there that shows plan…
the study of plants
a mitochondria and chloroplasts
-multicellular... -autotrophic (self feeding- glucose)... -almost e…
-share the same chlorophyll molecule... -make and store food (gl…
botany
the study of plants
all eukaryotic plant cells have
a mitochondria and chloroplasts
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plant study guide
plants (5)
plant cells DO have (10)
what do vascular tissuses contain?
define xylem
autotrophs, contain cellulose, eukaryotes, have cell walls, m…
cell walls, chloroplasts, dna, endoplasmic reticulum, golgi,…
xylem and pholem
carries water and dissolves minerals
plants (5)
autotrophs, contain cellulose, eukaryotes, have cell walls, m…
plant cells DO have (10)
cell walls, chloroplasts, dna, endoplasmic reticulum, golgi,…
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Plant Test Study Guide
Autotrophic
Photosynthesis
Chloroplast
Chlorophyll
makes their own food through photosynthesis
the process in which plants use CO2, sunlight, and water to m…
where the photosynthesis happens
(inside the chloroplast) the chemical pigment that makes the…
Autotrophic
makes their own food through photosynthesis
Photosynthesis
the process in which plants use CO2, sunlight, and water to m…
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Plant Study Guide
Most of the materials plants need to g…
What provides the most MATTER that a p…
True or False: Plants do not need soil…
True or False: Some plants can grow in…
the air
gases in the air
True
True
Most of the materials plants need to g…
the air
What provides the most MATTER that a p…
gases in the air
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Plant Quiz study guide
Cuticle
palisade layer
Sponge layer
stomata
protects the epidermis of the leaves.
a layer of cells found beneath the epidermis, this is where p…
lies between the palisade, allows gas exchange
stores water when sucked up from the ground, openings within…
Cuticle
protects the epidermis of the leaves.
palisade layer
a layer of cells found beneath the epidermis, this is where p…
41 terms
Plant Study Guide/ Christopher
Vascular
Angiosperm
Biennial
Sapwood
Plants that have tubes
Flowering plants
every two years
Area in plants that surrounds heartwood and is active in flui…
Vascular
Plants that have tubes
Angiosperm
Flowering plants
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Plant pathology study guide
Mycelium
Plasmodiophoromycetes
Oomycetes - sporangia
Oomycetes - oospores
Mycelium
Plasmodiophoromycetes
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