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18 terms
Leaves and Flowers
Sugar Maple
black locust
shingle oak
honey locust
Sugar Maple
black locust
74 terms
leaves and flowers
Alternate
Bract
Deciduous
Hydrophyte
single leaf at each node
colorful leaves that surround flowers to attract pollincators
plants which... shed leaves... annually
plants that grow in moist environments
Alternate
single leaf at each node
Bract
colorful leaves that surround flowers to attract pollincators
20 terms
Leaves+ Flowers
Xylem
Phloem
Photosynthesis
cuticle
Transport water and minerals up from roots to leaves
Trasports sugar down from leaves to roots
Made by light... The energy in the sunlight is used to make food…
waxy covering, prevents leaf from losing water
Xylem
Transport water and minerals up from roots to leaves
Phloem
Trasports sugar down from leaves to roots
19 terms
Flowers and Leaves
What are the two main parts of the flo…
What is the female part of the flower…
What is the male part of the flower ca…
What two parts make up the stamen of t…
Stamen and pistil.
Pistil.
Stamen.
Anthers and filaments.
What are the two main parts of the flo…
Stamen and pistil.
What is the female part of the flower…
Pistil.
20 terms
Leaves and Flowers
Modified stem which holds the flower
Flowers consist of 4 floral organs
Green, leaf-like floral parts which pr…
Visible colored flower parts.
Receptable
Sepals, Petals, Stamens, and Carpels.
Sepals
Petals
Modified stem which holds the flower
Receptable
Flowers consist of 4 floral organs
Sepals, Petals, Stamens, and Carpels.
28 terms
Flowers and Leaves
what are the two tissues found in a ve…
what does the word "mesophyll" mean?
what two layers of the plant contain c…
what is the epidermis?
xylem and phloem
"middle leaf"
the palisade and spongy layers
the outermost layer of cells
what are the two tissues found in a ve…
xylem and phloem
what does the word "mesophyll" mean?
"middle leaf"
15 terms
Flowers and Leaves
Sepals
Receptacle
Ovaries
Fruit
protection for a flower bud before it blooms, surrounds the f…
the part of the flower that the pistil and stamens grow out of
the structure that surrounds and protects the seeds
structure in angiosperms that contains one or more mature ova…
Sepals
protection for a flower bud before it blooms, surrounds the f…
Receptacle
the part of the flower that the pistil and stamens grow out of
32 terms
Leaves and flowers
Function of leaves
Cuticle
Stomata
Guard cells
Photosynthesis
Waxy/fatty watertight layer
Opening in leaf
Specialized cells which border stomata
Function of leaves
Photosynthesis
Cuticle
Waxy/fatty watertight layer
24 terms
Flowers and Leaves
Turgid
Wilted
Petiole
Blade
plant is swollen/filled with moisture
plant is limp because it does not have enough moisture
leaf stalk or part that connects the leaf to stem
the large, flat part of the leaf
Turgid
plant is swollen/filled with moisture
Wilted
plant is limp because it does not have enough moisture
28 terms
Flowers and Leaves
Turgid
Wilted
Petiole
Blade
plant is swollen/filled with moisture
plant is limp because it does not have enough moisture
leaf stalk or part that connects the leaf to stem
the large, flat part of the leaf
Turgid
plant is swollen/filled with moisture
Wilted
plant is limp because it does not have enough moisture
32 terms
Flowers and Leaves
1. Major part of a leaf
2. Major part of leaf
3. Major part of a leaf
4. Major part of a leaf
Blade
Petiole
Tip
Base
1. Major part of a leaf
Blade
2. Major part of leaf
Petiole
16 terms
Leaves and Flowers
vascular tissue
spongy layer
stomata
epidermis
would be used to transport water into the leaf from the roots…
the layer of the leaf that allows air and water to move throu…
known as 'little mouths' they are openings at the bottom of t…
the layer underneath the cuticle that protects the plant
vascular tissue
would be used to transport water into the leaf from the roots…
spongy layer
the layer of the leaf that allows air and water to move throu…
23 terms
Leaves and Flowers
Functions of Leaves
Petiole
Blade
Cuticle
photosynthetic traps
structure that attaches leaf to stem (some exceptions like gr…
fan shaped portion of leaf
waxy upper layer outside of epidermis; helps prevent water loss
Functions of Leaves
photosynthetic traps
Petiole
structure that attaches leaf to stem (some exceptions like gr…
22 terms
Flowers stems roots leaves
Function of Roots
How do roots collect water?
Osmosis
Function of Stems
Anchor the plant ... Collect water and minerals
Osmosis
The movement of water across a semi permeable membrane to pro…
Connect Roots (get water/nutrients) and leaves (needs these f…
Function of Roots
Anchor the plant ... Collect water and minerals
How do roots collect water?
Osmosis
94 terms
Botany Leaves and Flowers
Blade and Petiole
Blade
Petiole
Simple Leaves
Basic parts of a leaf
Broad flat portion
Stalk connecting stem to blade
Have one leaflet and one petiole
Blade and Petiole
Basic parts of a leaf
Blade
Broad flat portion
Plant Morphology - Leaves and Flowers
Conifer Leaves
Compound Leaves
Leaf Arrangements
Opposite Leaves
Awl-shaped Leaves... Scale-like Leaves... Needle-like Leaves... Linear…
Even/Odd Pinnately Compound... Palmately Compound ... Ternately Com…
Opposite Leaves... Alternate Leaves... Whorled Leaves... Opposite and…
Leaf Arrangement
Conifer Leaves
Awl-shaped Leaves... Scale-like Leaves... Needle-like Leaves... Linear…
Compound Leaves
Even/Odd Pinnately Compound... Palmately Compound ... Ternately Com…
28 terms
Flowers and Leaves by Sam
what are the two tissues found in a ve…
what does the word "mesophyll" mean?
what two layers of the plant contain c…
what is the epidermis
xylem and phloem
"middle leaf"
the palisade and spongy layers
the outermost layer of cells
what are the two tissues found in a ve…
xylem and phloem
what does the word "mesophyll" mean?
"middle leaf"
20 terms
Science: Flowers and Leaves
Petal
Stamen
Anther
Filament
colorful part of flower used to attract pollinators
male reproductive part of the flower
produces the pollen
holds up the anther
Petal
colorful part of flower used to attract pollinators
Stamen
male reproductive part of the flower
48 terms
Flowers, leaves, and roots
Sepal
Petal
Stamen
Anther
modified leaf of the outermost ring of a flower; covers and p…
one of the modified leaves of the second ring of a flower, co…
male reproductive part of a flower, made up of anther and fil…
long stalk at the top of a flower's stamen where pollen is pr…
Sepal
modified leaf of the outermost ring of a flower; covers and p…
Petal
one of the modified leaves of the second ring of a flower, co…
Flowers and Leaves Study Cards
angiosperms
flowers
sepals
petals
are flowering plants... two characteristics... -produce flowers... -pr…
purpose of a flower is reproduction... not all flowers have all…
enclose the flower when its still a bud
modified leaves and may contain a color or fragrance to attra…
angiosperms
are flowering plants... two characteristics... -produce flowers... -pr…
flowers
purpose of a flower is reproduction... not all flowers have all…
23 terms
Flowers, Leaves and Stems Definitions
Stamen
Filaments
Anther
Pistil
The male parts of a flower, which include the following, fila…
Short stalk that holds up the anther.
A sac- like structure that contains pollen, the male sex cell.
The female part of a flower.
Stamen
The male parts of a flower, which include the following, fila…
Filaments
Short stalk that holds up the anther.
66 terms
Leaves and Flowers Unit Biology
Produce flowers as reproductive organs…
seeds (angiosperm or gymnosperm)
needles (angiosperm or gymnosperm)
deciduous (angiosperm or gymnosperm)
angiosperm
gymnosperm
gymnosperm
angiosperm
Produce flowers as reproductive organs…
angiosperm
seeds (angiosperm or gymnosperm)
gymnosperm
19 terms
Leaves, Flowers, and Fruits
3 main functions of leaves
epidermis... - structure... - function
guard cells... - structure... - function
sieve tube elements... - structure... - func…
- photosynthesis... - gas exchange... - transpirational pull
structure: living, single, tightly packed layer of cells on s…
structure: pairs, opening between cells... function: control wat…
structure: living cells, formed by chains of sieve tube membe…
3 main functions of leaves
- photosynthesis... - gas exchange... - transpirational pull
epidermis... - structure... - function
structure: living, single, tightly packed layer of cells on s…
58 terms
Leaves, Stem, Roots, Flowers
External parts, leaves : petiole
External parts, leaves : midrib
External parts, leaves : blade
External parts, leaves : veins
is the leaf or stalk or part that connects the leaf to the stem
is the large center vein
is the large, flat part of the leaf
are the structural framework of the leaf
External parts, leaves : petiole
is the leaf or stalk or part that connects the leaf to the stem
External parts, leaves : midrib
is the large center vein
16 terms
Leaves, Roots Stems and Flowers
Absorbs minerals
Absorbs water from the outside
Bread down sugar to grow
Collect Carbon Dioxide
Roots
Roots
Roots, Stems, Leaves and Flowers
Leaves
Absorbs minerals
Roots
Absorbs water from the outside
Roots
53 terms
Angiosperms, Flowers, Roots and Leaves
angiosperms
when did angiosperms evolve
characteristics of angiosperms
What are the major groups of angiosperms
flowering plants... have flowers for pollination... fruits to dis…
125 million years ago
1) flowers (wind and vector pollination)... 2) cross pollinatio…
1) dicots... 2)monocots
angiosperms
flowering plants... have flowers for pollination... fruits to dis…
when did angiosperms evolve
125 million years ago
21 terms
leaves, trees and flowers
stamen
pistal
anther
filament
male reproductive part of a flower
female reproductive part of a flower
produces pollen grains, which develop sperm
supports the anther
stamen
male reproductive part of a flower
pistal
female reproductive part of a flower
41 terms
Angiosperms, Flowers, roots and leaves
angiosperms
major groups of angiosperms
Herbaceous plants
Woody plants
The flowering plants, with flowers to serve to insure pollina…
dicots: two cotyledons, flower parts in multiples of 4s and 5…
soft bodied plants commonly called herbs, single growing seas…
lignin in secondary cell wall making them rigid and lasting,…
angiosperms
The flowering plants, with flowers to serve to insure pollina…
major groups of angiosperms
dicots: two cotyledons, flower parts in multiples of 4s and 5…
22 terms
Botany-Leaves, Flowers, Fruits
What important roles do leaves play in…
Characteristics of leaves in hot, dry…
Characteristics of leaves in wet clima…
What is a sheath? Describe its structu…
Transpiration- water is released through stomates to cool it…
Tiny leaves w/ little pigmentation- leaves won't absorb as mu…
Big, waxy drip tips- water drains quickly & avoids fungus fro…
Layer of arranged cells surround a vascular bundle. It regula…
What important roles do leaves play in…
Transpiration- water is released through stomates to cool it…
Characteristics of leaves in hot, dry…
Tiny leaves w/ little pigmentation- leaves won't absorb as mu…
16 terms
Integrated chemistry Leaves and Flowers
Carpel
Stamen
Anther
Filament
female reproductive system
male reproductive system
creates pollen
holds anther so can pollinate
Carpel
female reproductive system
Stamen
male reproductive system
18 terms
Angiosperms, Flowers, Roots, and Leaves
Angiosperm
Flowers serve to
When did they evolve
To insure cross pollination
the flowering plant
insure pollination and fruits to aid in the dispersal of seeds
125 million years ago
flowers co-evolved w/ vectors in a mutualistic relationship
Angiosperm
the flowering plant
Flowers serve to
insure pollination and fruits to aid in the dispersal of seeds
37 terms
Plants and Leaves and flowers
cuticle
roots
Stems
leaves
a waxy surface layer that prevents loss of water and gases
anchors, water and mineral uptake (absorbs from soil) non-pho…
physical support for upright growth and exposer to light
photosynthetic organs --- many chloroplasts
cuticle
a waxy surface layer that prevents loss of water and gases
roots
anchors, water and mineral uptake (absorbs from soil) non-pho…
41 terms
Angiosperms, Flowers, Roots, and Leaves
Angiosperms
Characteristics of Angiosperms
Major Groups of Angiosperms
Flower Structure
the flowering plants, with flowers to serve to insure pollina…
1) flowers evolved as a means of enhancing pollination, by se…
1) dicots- 2 cotyledons (seed leaves,) flower parts in multip…
corolla- collection of petals, calyx-collection of sepals. Ma…
Angiosperms
the flowering plants, with flowers to serve to insure pollina…
Characteristics of Angiosperms
1) flowers evolved as a means of enhancing pollination, by se…
17 terms
Nature walk: trees, flowers, leaves
leaf, leaves
seed
fruit
bark
falevelek
mag
termés
fakéreg
leaf, leaves
falevelek
seed
mag
66 terms
Intro To Hort - Leaves, Stems, Flowers
Leaves
Variety vs Cultural Variety
Variety
Cultural Variety
The principle structure produced on stems where photosynthesi…
What occurs naturally vs what humans breed
What occurs naturally
What humans breed
Leaves
The principle structure produced on stems where photosynthesi…
Variety vs Cultural Variety
What occurs naturally vs what humans breed
64 terms
Botany Leaves/Flowers/Fruit/Seeds
Leaves
Primordium
Petiole
Blade/ Lamina
Flattened, usually photosynthetic structure arranged in vario…
An organ or structure (Leaf,bud) at its earliest stage of dev…
The stalk of a leaf
The conspicuous flattened part of a leaf or seaweed
Leaves
Flattened, usually photosynthetic structure arranged in vario…
Primordium
An organ or structure (Leaf,bud) at its earliest stage of dev…
22 terms
Roots, Stems, Leaves, and Flower
Roots
Stems
Leaves
Flowers
absorbs water/ nutrient, anchor into the ground, storage of f…
transport nutrients and water; provide support
make food for plants
Reproduction
Roots
absorbs water/ nutrient, anchor into the ground, storage of f…
Stems
transport nutrients and water; provide support
43 terms
Science Flower/leaves test
Seapals
Petals
Stamen
Anther
protect the developing flower, may be green to preform photos…
colorful and fragrant, attracts pollinators
Male reproductive organ, consistes of anther and filament
Makes the pollen grain
Seapals
protect the developing flower, may be green to preform photos…
Petals
colorful and fragrant, attracts pollinators
18 terms
Flower Leave Types
sepals
petals
pollinators
stamens
enclose flowers
brightly colored and attract pollinators
petals attract _______
produce pollen
sepals
enclose flowers
petals
brightly colored and attract pollinators
46 terms
Bt 140 Terms: Leaves, Flowers, Inflorescences
alternate
anther
bilateral symmetry
blade
borne singly at each node, as leaves on a stem. Borne between…
the expanded, apical pollen bearing portion of the stamen
arranged on two sides, as leaves on a stem; referring to flor…
the broad part of a leaf or petal
alternate
borne singly at each node, as leaves on a stem. Borne between…
anther
the expanded, apical pollen bearing portion of the stamen
19 terms
Functions of Leave and Flower
Stamen
Epidermis
Cuticle
Anther
These are the reproductive parts of the plant
Protects the leaf
A layer that is waxy an waterproof that helps prevent water l…
Produces pollen
Stamen
These are the reproductive parts of the plant
Epidermis
Protects the leaf
11 terms
5th grade Science: leaves and flowers
Adaptation
Conifer
Dicot
Ferns
A structure or behavior that enables an organism to survive i…
A tree or shrub that bears it's seeds in cones.
A flowering plant that produces seeds with two seed leaves,or…
A non-seed plant that has roots,stems,and leaves and that is…
Adaptation
A structure or behavior that enables an organism to survive i…
Conifer
A tree or shrub that bears it's seeds in cones.
19 terms
Parts of Flowers, Leaves, Roots Vocab
Embryo
Seed Coat
Fruit
Endosperm
An immature plant that develops inside a seed (baby plant ins…
Outer covering of a seed
plant structure that contains one or more seeds
part of the seed that serves as food for the plant
Embryo
An immature plant that develops inside a seed (baby plant ins…
Seed Coat
Outer covering of a seed
11 terms
Roots, Stems, Leaves, and Flowers Review
Guard Cells
Xylem
Root Hairs
Stomata
The guard cells either opens or closes the stomata
Allows the transfer of water from roots to leaves
The water travels up the root hairs and into the xylem
An opening that lets out water vapor
Guard Cells
The guard cells either opens or closes the stomata
Xylem
Allows the transfer of water from roots to leaves
67 terms
Exam 2 Vocab (leaves and flowers)
leaf basic structure
compound leaf
epidermis
adaxial
blade, petiole, axillary bud, simple, compound
blade subdivided in leaflets
-outer layer... -adaxial & adaxial... -continuous
upper surface
leaf basic structure
blade, petiole, axillary bud, simple, compound
compound leaf
blade subdivided in leaflets
28 terms
Leaves, roots, stems, flowers, etc.
pistil
stigma
style
ovary
• female part... • stigma, style, ovary
• sticky to receive pollen
• supports the stigma
• egg production ... • ovules... • internal fertilization... • meiosis
pistil
• female part... • stigma, style, ovary
stigma
• sticky to receive pollen
Chapter 8 & 9 Science - Leaves and Flowers
Cuticle
Epidermis
Stomata
Anther
waxy layer on the top a leaf that retains water
skin layer on the top and bottom of a leaf
holes on the bottom of a leaf that let carbon dioxide in and…
makes pollen
Cuticle
waxy layer on the top a leaf that retains water
Epidermis
skin layer on the top and bottom of a leaf
48 terms
Roots, Stems, Flower, and Leaves (Horticulture)
Roots
Root tissues
Taproot system
Carrot
Usually understand; anchor plants in soil; absorb water & nut…
Epidermis, cortex, and Vascular cylinder(stele)
One prominent root that derives directly from the first seed…
Example of a taproot system
Roots
Usually understand; anchor plants in soil; absorb water & nut…
Root tissues
Epidermis, cortex, and Vascular cylinder(stele)
55 terms
BOT 121 Midterm 1 Leaves and Flowers
Abscission
Alternate Leaves
Bipinnately Compound
Blade
the separation of leaves, petals, or other parts from a plant…
Broad, flat portion of a leaf.
Abscission
the separation of leaves, petals, or other parts from a plant…
Alternate Leaves
50 terms
Roots, stems, leaves, flowers, fruits, seeds.
The first organ which develop during g…
A protective tissue that covers the ro…
The apex of the root stops growing, ca…
Arise from a nonroot organ.
Roots
Root-cap
Acrogens
Adventitious roots.
The first organ which develop during g…
Roots
A protective tissue that covers the ro…
Root-cap
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