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17 terms
leaf
cell membrane
cytoplasm
nucleus
cell wall
a think skin that surrounds the cell and is permeable. it all…
the content of the cell; it is made up of water and dissolved…
its the control centre of the cell. it contains DNA that cont…
its a rigid cell wall, made up of cellulose. it gives the pla…
cell membrane
a think skin that surrounds the cell and is permeable. it all…
cytoplasm
the content of the cell; it is made up of water and dissolved…
25 terms
The Leaf
Photosynthesis, gas exchange of O2, ou…
Leaf blade
Petiole
Leaf sheath
What is the function of the leaf
Broad expanded portion of the leaf
Attatches leaf to the stem, usually on diocots
Found on monocots, its the portion that wraps around the stem…
Photosynthesis, gas exchange of O2, ou…
What is the function of the leaf
Leaf blade
Broad expanded portion of the leaf
11 terms
Leaf
Lower/Upper epidermis
chloroplasts
palisade mesophyll
spongy mesophyll
protects the inner layers
part of the leaf that captures the sunlight
big flat cells, green dots, later where sunlight is captured…
layer where all chemical reactions of photosynthesis take place
Lower/Upper epidermis
protects the inner layers
chloroplasts
part of the leaf that captures the sunlight
9 terms
Leaf
Traversing
Chivalric
Zephyrs
Solicitously
Traveling; passing through
Courteous
Gentle breeze
Anxiously
Traversing
Traveling; passing through
Chivalric
Courteous
22 terms
Leaf
Xylem
Phloem
Stomata
Lower Epidermis
carries water and nutrients from roots to the rest of the plant
Carries food/energy/glucose made in leaves during photosynthe…
openings on the bottom of the leaf that let oxygen and water…
Layer of cells on the bottom on the leaf that provide protect…
Xylem
carries water and nutrients from roots to the rest of the plant
Phloem
Carries food/energy/glucose made in leaves during photosynthe…
13 terms
leaf
sIlver maple
sugar maple
fruit of maples
white pine
Acer saccharInum
Acer saccharum
samaras
Pinus strobus
sIlver maple
Acer saccharInum
sugar maple
Acer saccharum
8 terms
Leaf
6CO2 + 6H20 --- (light over arrow)--->…
leaf
Photosynthesis
Cuticle
Chemical equation for photosynthesis
photosynthesis organ
Process that uses light energy to make food (C6H12O6), excess…
waxy covering that protects
6CO2 + 6H20 --- (light over arrow)--->…
Chemical equation for photosynthesis
leaf
photosynthesis organ
8 terms
Leaf
Desert
Adot
Electric
Insert
Ion
Ion
Ian
Ion
Desert
Ion
Adot
Ion
17 terms
Leaf
Tip
Margin
Midrib
Veins
top of leaf
edge of leaf
central vein
transports food and water (contains Xylem & Phloem)
Tip
top of leaf
Margin
edge of leaf
15 terms
Leaf ****
Common: Silverberry ... Scientific: Elaea…
Common: Canada Buffaloberry... Scientific…
Common: Sandbar Willow... Scientific: Sal…
Common: Golden currant... Scientific: Rib…
Common: Silverberry ... Scientific: Elaea…
Common: Canada Buffaloberry... Scientific…
11 terms
Leaf
Internal Structure?
Upper Epidermis
Cuticle
Cutin
single layer of cells containing few to no chloroplasts
Waxy, water proof layer that reduces water loss in leaf
inside of cuticle
Internal Structure?
Upper Epidermis
single layer of cells containing few to no chloroplasts
29 terms
Leaf
The three main functions of a leaf
Martin
apex
base
respiration, photosynthesis, and transpiration
the edge of a leaf
the part of a leaf furthest from the stem
the part of a leaf closest to the stem
The three main functions of a leaf
respiration, photosynthesis, and transpiration
Martin
the edge of a leaf
Leaf
What are the basic tissue system?
What is the principal lateral appendag…
Function of a leaf
Parts of a leaf
dermal, vascular and ground
leaf
photosynthesis, storage, protection, carnivorous
petiole and blade/lamina
What are the basic tissue system?
dermal, vascular and ground
What is the principal lateral appendag…
leaf
50 terms
LEAF
Black Oak / Quercus velutina
Blackjack Oak / Quercus marilandica
Bur Oak / Quercus macrocarpa
Chinkapin Oak / Quercus uehlenbergii
Black Oak / Quercus velutina
Blackjack Oak / Quercus marilandica
18 terms
leaf
what is the primary photosynthesis org…
what are the two parts of a leaf
cuticle
where is the epidermis
leaf
the blade-flattened portion ... petiole-how the blade attaches t…
waxy thin layer that prevents water loss
under the cuticle and at the bottom
what is the primary photosynthesis org…
leaf
what are the two parts of a leaf
the blade-flattened portion ... petiole-how the blade attaches t…
8 terms
The leaf
Upper epidermis
Vascular bundle - xylem and phloem
Guard cells
Stomates
a layer of flat cells making up the top skin of the leaf
xylem: carries water and ions from the bottom (zips up the xy…
each stomate is ringed with TWO of these... can change shape to…
pores to let gases in and out of the leaf
Upper epidermis
a layer of flat cells making up the top skin of the leaf
Vascular bundle - xylem and phloem
xylem: carries water and ions from the bottom (zips up the xy…
28 terms
The Leaf
Two parts of the leaf
petiole
leaf sheath
sessile leaf lacks a ___.
blade, petiole
leaf stalk
wraps around stem
petiole
Two parts of the leaf
blade, petiole
petiole
leaf stalk
11 terms
Leaf
Epidermis
Palisadelayer
Veins
Carbondioxide
outermost celluar layer of the leaf
where most photosynthesis takes place in the leaf
carry food & water to cell
food-making process occurring in leaves
Epidermis
outermost celluar layer of the leaf
Palisadelayer
where most photosynthesis takes place in the leaf
11 terms
Leaf
Upper epidermis
Lower epidermis
Palisade layer
Cutin
, portects, prevents evaporation
Layering cells, bottom of leaf
, contains many chloroplasts, most photosynthesis.
, prevents evaporation
Upper epidermis
, portects, prevents evaporation
Lower epidermis
Layering cells, bottom of leaf
25 terms
Leaf
function of a leaf
simple leaf
compound leaf
petiole
transpiration, gas exchange, photosynthesis
has only one blade
has many small leaves that make up a whole leaf
how the leaf attaches to the stem
function of a leaf
transpiration, gas exchange, photosynthesis
simple leaf
has only one blade
8 terms
leaf
Leaf
cuticle
xylem
phloem
main site of photosynthesis in plants
•made of wax... •prevents water loss
•water transport... •make up part of vein(vascular tissue)
•food transport... •make up part of the vein (vascular tissue)
Leaf
main site of photosynthesis in plants
cuticle
•made of wax... •prevents water loss
22 terms
Leaf
Bald Cypress
Japanese Maple
American Sycamore
Shumard Oak
BC
JM
AS
SO
Bald Cypress
BC
Japanese Maple
JM
9 terms
Leaf
Palisade mesophyll
Spongy mesophyll
Guard cells
Waxy cuticle
Hundreds of elongated chloroplast cells containing chlorophyl…
Rounded and loosely packed... Air space for diffusion of gases... M…
Contains stomata which allow the entry and exit of gasses
Water proof barrier which prevents the entry of microbes and…
Palisade mesophyll
Hundreds of elongated chloroplast cells containing chlorophyl…
Spongy mesophyll
Rounded and loosely packed... Air space for diffusion of gases... M…
16 terms
Leaf
Xylem
Phloem
Upper Epidermis
Cuticle
To supply water and minerals
To supply food
Few or no chloroplasts... Permit light
Waxy and waterproof covering to prevent water loss
Xylem
To supply water and minerals
Phloem
To supply food
10 terms
Leaf
Trefoil
Folic acid
Folio
Defoliant
A 3 leaf clover
A vitamin contained in leafy green vegetables
Pages of a manuscript
A chemical that causes green leaves to drop off
Trefoil
A 3 leaf clover
Folic acid
A vitamin contained in leafy green vegetables
22 terms
Leaf
Mesophyll
Cuticle
Bulliform cells
Monocot
Responsible for photosynthesis in leaves
Waxy layer covering leaf epidermis that reduces water loss up…
Help fold leaf open/close to reduce dehydration
Is Parallel venation monocot or dicot?
Mesophyll
Responsible for photosynthesis in leaves
Cuticle
Waxy layer covering leaf epidermis that reduces water loss up…
13 terms
Leaf
Lower epidermis
Upper epidermis
Spongy layer
Palisade layer
Helps maintain shape, reduces water loss, protects plant
Allows light to pass through and prevents water loss
Secondary site of photosynthesis
Primary site of photosynthesis
Lower epidermis
Helps maintain shape, reduces water loss, protects plant
Upper epidermis
Allows light to pass through and prevents water loss
24 terms
leaf
Alternate
Blade
Bract
Broadleaf
leaves that are staggered, not placed directly across from ea…
the flat part of a leaf or leaflet, characteristic of broadle…
a modified leaf that bears a flower
a tree with leaves that are flat and thin, and generally shed…
Alternate
leaves that are staggered, not placed directly across from ea…
Blade
the flat part of a leaf or leaflet, characteristic of broadle…
13 terms
Leaf
Leaf
Cuticle
Pallisades
Stomate
The main site of photosynthesis in plants
Made of wax ... Prevents water loss
Main site of photosynthesis... Many chloroplasts
Hole in the leaf... Surrounded by guard cells... Allows water for g…
Leaf
The main site of photosynthesis in plants
Cuticle
Made of wax ... Prevents water loss
15 terms
leaf
leaf
stamen
male
another
a thin flat green plant part that grows on the stem
the male reproductive part of the flower
seed plants that have flowers that contain stamens by no pist…
top part of stamen that bears the pollen
leaf
a thin flat green plant part that grows on the stem
stamen
the male reproductive part of the flower
9 terms
Leaf
waxy layer on the covering the epiderm…
outmost tissue on the upper side of th…
rows of elongated cells in the upper c…
irregular shaped cells in lower center…
Cuticle ~Blue
Upper Epidermis ~Red
Palisade layer ~Dark Green
Spongy Layer Light Green
waxy layer on the covering the epiderm…
Cuticle ~Blue
outmost tissue on the upper side of th…
Upper Epidermis ~Red
8 terms
Leaf
waxy cuticle
upper epidermis
palisade mesophyll
xylem
reduces water loss
transparent, one cell thick cover to prevent infection
tall thin cells containing chloroplasts, which contains chlor…
transports water
waxy cuticle
reduces water loss
upper epidermis
transparent, one cell thick cover to prevent infection
10 terms
leaf
bike
flute
five
rock
...
...
...
...
bike
...
flute
...
12 terms
leaf
Sugar maple
blue spruce
red oak
white pine
Acer saccharum
Picea pungens
Quercus rubra
Pinus strobus
Sugar maple
Acer saccharum
blue spruce
Picea pungens
9 terms
leaf
phloem
epidermis (upper and lower)
palisade mesophyll
stomata
type of vascular tissue that transports food from lower leave…
outer layer of cells
major location in leaf for photosynthesis
small openings located in the bottom of the leaf
phloem
type of vascular tissue that transports food from lower leave…
epidermis (upper and lower)
outer layer of cells
8 terms
Leaf
Upper epidermis
Palisade cells
Xylem
Phloem
-protects leaf ... -transparent to let sunlight through for phot…
-Contains lots of chloroplasts ... -elongated rectangular Shaped…
-hollow tubes... -transport water ... -one direction up from roots…
-transports sugar ... -up and down to all parts
Upper epidermis
-protects leaf ... -transparent to let sunlight through for phot…
Palisade cells
-Contains lots of chloroplasts ... -elongated rectangular Shaped…
39 terms
Leaf
Guard Cells
Petiole
Cuticle
Stomata
Pair of cells surrounding the stoma
Stalk of leaf
Waterproof layer outside of epidermis
Microscopic pores on the surface of leaves
Guard Cells
Pair of cells surrounding the stoma
Petiole
Stalk of leaf
19 terms
Leaf
Leaf
Translocation
Cuticle
Palisade layer
Primary site of photosynthesis in a plant
Movement of sugars through a plant
Waxy covering
Primary site of photosynthesis in the leaf
Leaf
Primary site of photosynthesis in a plant
Translocation
Movement of sugars through a plant
10 terms
Leaf
Impermeable
Epidermis
Petiole
Spongy mesophyll
Not able to penetrate
The leafs dermal tissue
Structure that attaches the blade to the stem
Structure that consists of irregularly shaped cells surrounde…
Impermeable
Not able to penetrate
Epidermis
The leafs dermal tissue
10 terms
Leaf
red oak
sugar maple
black cherry
american beech
Quercus rubra
Acer saccharum
Prunus serotina
Fagus grandifolia
red oak
Quercus rubra
sugar maple
Acer saccharum
8 terms
leaf
cuticle
upper epidemis
stomata
lower epidermis
outer layer
outer layer
outer layer
outer layer
cuticle
outer layer
upper epidemis
outer layer
12 terms
leaf
Autotroph
heterotroph
Adenosine triphosphate
photosynthesis
organism that can capture energy from sunlight or chemical an…
organism that obtains energy from the foods it consumes; also…
one of the principal chemical compounds that living things us…
process by which plant and some other organisms use light ene…
Autotroph
organism that can capture energy from sunlight or chemical an…
heterotroph
organism that obtains energy from the foods it consumes; also…
Leaf
What is the function of a leaf?
Respiration
Photosynthesis
Transpiration
1. Respiration ... 2. Photosynthesis... 3. Transpiration
plants convert the sugars back into energy for growth and oth…
the process by which plants and some other organisms use sunl…
the process where water is released from the pores of a leaf
What is the function of a leaf?
1. Respiration ... 2. Photosynthesis... 3. Transpiration
Respiration
plants convert the sugars back into energy for growth and oth…
15 terms
Leaf
Cuticle
dichotomous veins
epidermis
guard cells
prevents water from escaping (waxy layer, non-cellular layer)
spreading vein pattern (gingko leaf)
skin like layer used as protection
surround the stomata and control their opening and closing
Cuticle
prevents water from escaping (waxy layer, non-cellular layer)
dichotomous veins
spreading vein pattern (gingko leaf)
13 terms
Leaf
Stigma
Style
Ovary
Ovules
the sticky part of the pistil that pollen sticks to
long outgrowth of the ovary that collects pollen from the sta…
the base part of the pistil that holds the ovules
the unfertilized seeds of the plants
Stigma
the sticky part of the pistil that pollen sticks to
Style
long outgrowth of the ovary that collects pollen from the sta…
10 terms
Leaf
Xylem
Stomata
Stomata in a Vascular plant
Transportation
Tube like structure taht carries water throught the plant
Open in a leaf the lets out excess water
Controls the entrance and exit of gases in the plant
The process by which water is lost through the stomata and de…
Xylem
Tube like structure taht carries water throught the plant
Stomata
Open in a leaf the lets out excess water
18 terms
Leaf
Leaf is broad and flat
No chloroplasts in epidermis
It is thin
Chloroplasts containing chlorophyll pr…
To provide a Large Surface Area
To allow sunlight to penetrate to mesophyll layer
To allow sunlight to penetrate to all cells, to allow CO2 to…
To absorb sunlight, to provide energy to combine CO2 and H20
Leaf is broad and flat
To provide a Large Surface Area
No chloroplasts in epidermis
To allow sunlight to penetrate to mesophyll layer
8 terms
LEAF
Vascular Tissue - Xylem
Vascular Tissue - Phloem
Stomata & Leaf - Stoma
Stomata & Leaf - Guard Cells
Cells that carry water & dissolved minerals from the roots to…
Cells that carry food that is made in the leaves to all parts…
Small pores that act as a doorway for gases involved in photo…
Cells that regulate the opening of the stomata.
Vascular Tissue - Xylem
Cells that carry water & dissolved minerals from the roots to…
Vascular Tissue - Phloem
Cells that carry food that is made in the leaves to all parts…
12 terms
Leaf ****
Cuticle
Epidermis
Palisades mesophyll
Spongy mesophyll
Waxy layer of protection
Top and bottom layer of leaf
Top side of lead... Captures sunlight for photosynthesis
...
Cuticle
Waxy layer of protection
Epidermis
Top and bottom layer of leaf
10 terms
LEAF
Cuticle
Stomata
Palisade layer
Spongy layer
- Waxy coating surrounding plant tissue... - Aids in water reten…
- Pores in a plant's cuticle through which water (transpirati…
- Layer of tightly packed cells which contains the majority o…
- Loosely packed and where gas exchanges occur
Cuticle
- Waxy coating surrounding plant tissue... - Aids in water reten…
Stomata
- Pores in a plant's cuticle through which water (transpirati…
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