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C. Riche Midterm Exam Study Guide
Interaction of plants with each other and with their environment.
Study of the cultural and economic value of plants
Developed system of binomial nomenclature
Study of plant distribution around the world
The study of heredity
The identifying, naming, and classifying of plants
The Study of External Structures
3 key biological traits that characterized invasive species.
-Effective seed dispursal mechanisms
5 plant names from Hinkley Park
1. Berberis Thunbergii - Japanese Barberry
2. Rosa Multiflora - Multiflora Rose
3. Acer ginnala - Amur maple
4. Acer platanoides - Norway maple
5. Frangula alnus - Glossy Buckthorn
Chromosomes are not visible with light microscope. Includes S, G1, and G2 phases.
Cromosomes shorten and thicken; their two strand nature becomes appearent. Nuclear envelope dissolves.
The dense, constircted portion of a chromosome to which a spindle fiber is attached.
Sister chromatits line up along the equatorial plane. Spindle fibers extend from centromere to the poles.
The briefest of the phases- involves sister chromatids of each chromosome seperating and moving to opposite poles.
Chromosomes become grainy. Spindle fibers dissolve, become new neuclear envelope. Protoplasm gets trapped between cell plate.
the tissue through which most of the water and dissolved minerals utilized by a plant are conducted.
The food conducting tissue of a vascular plant.
A narrow, cylindrical sheath of cells that produces secondary xylem and phloem in stems and roots.
Central tissue of a dicot stem and certain roots
slightly raised, somewhat spongey groups of cells in the bark of woody plants
A fatty substance found primarily in the cell walls of cork.
Outer bark; composed primarily of cork cells
Cells produced to the outside of the cork cambium.
The exterior tissue, usually one cell thick of leaves, young stems and roots.
Tissues of a woody stem between the vascular cambium and the exterior.