Chapter 29

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  1. WHAT ARE THE 3 KINDS OF VEGETATIVE ORGANS?
    • ROOTS
    • STEMS
    • LEAVES
  2. WHAT ARE THE 4 KINDS OF PLANTS TISSUES?
    • DERMAL
    • VASCULAR
    • GROUND
    • MERISTEMATIC
  3. WHAT IS DERMAL TISSUE?
    A COVERING
  4. WHAT ARE THE 2 KINDS OF DERMAL TISSUE?
    • EPIDERMIS
    • CORK
  5. WHAT IS THE MOST OUTER LAYER OF THE PLANT THAT IS MADE OF BOX SHAPED CELLS?
    EPIDERMIS
  6. T/F THE EPIDERMIS IS A LIVING TISSUE
    T
  7. WHAT DOES THE EPIDERMIS HAVE FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS?
    CHLOROPLASTS
  8. WHAT SECRETES THE CUTICLE?
    EPIDERMIS
  9. WHAT DOES THE CUTICLE PREVENT?
    DESSICATION
  10. WHAT REPLACES THE EPIDERMIS IN THE OLD PARTS OF THE PLANT?
    CORK
  11. WHAT SIZE CELLS DOES THE CORK HAVE?
    SMALL
  12. WHEN TO THE CORK CELLS START FUNCTIONING?
    AFTER THEY DIE
  13. WHAT ARE THE CORK CELLS FILLED WITH?
    AIR
  14. WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF CORK?
    INSULATION
  15. WHAT PART OF THE PLANT HAS A LOT OF CORK?
    STEM
  16. WHAT ARE THE 2 TYPES OF VASCULAR TISSUES?
    • XYLEM
    • PHLOEM
  17. WHAT DOES THE XYLEM CARRY?
    WATER AND MINERALS
  18. IN ANGIOSPERMS WHAT IS THE XYLEM MADE OF?
    VESSELS
  19. WHAT IS THE XYLEM MAD OF IN GYMNOSPERMS?
    TRACHIDS
  20. ARE THE CELLS DEAD OR ALIVE WHEN THE XYLEM IS FUNCTIONING?
    DEAD
  21. WHAT IS THE COLLANDER CELL OF THE PHLOEM CALLED?
    SIEVE TUBE
  22. WHAT CELL IN THE PHLOEM HAS A NUCLEUS?
    COMPANION CELL
  23. IS THE PHLOEM ALIVE OR DEAD WHILE FUNCTIONING?
    ALIVE
  24. WHAT IS GROUND TISSUE?
    FILL IN TISSUE
  25. WHAT ARE THE 3 KINDS OF GROUND TISSUE?
    • PARENCHYMA
    • COLLENCHYMA
    • SCLERENCHYMA
  26. WHAT KIND OF CELLS DOES PARENCHYMA TISSUE HAVE?
    BIG, THIN WALLED, LIVING CELLS
  27. T/F PARENCHYMA TISSUE CAN HAVE CHLOROPLASTS
    T
  28. WHAT IS THE MAJOR JOB OF THE PARENCHYMA TISSUE?
    STORE FOOD AND WATER
  29. WHAT KIND OF CELLS DOES THE COLLENCHYMA TISSUE HAVE?
    SMALL, THICKER WALLED, LIVING CELLS
  30. WHAT IS THE COLLENCHYMA FOR?
    STORAGE AND SOME SUPPORT
  31. WHAT IS SUPPORT ASLO KNOWN AS?
    STRENGTHENING
  32. WHAT KIND OF CELLS DOES SCLERENCHYMA HAVE?
    SMALL, VERY THICK WALLED, DEAD CELLS
  33. WHAT ARE SCLERENCHYMA CELLS USED FOR?
    SUPPORT
  34. WHAT IS MERISTEMATIC TISSUE?
    CAPABLE OF CELL DIVISION
  35. WHAT ARE THE 2 KINDS OF MERISTEMATIC TISSUE?
    • AICAL MRISTEM
    • LTERAL MERISTEM
  36. WHERE IS APICAL MERISTEMS FOUND?
    TIPS OF ROOTS AND BRANCHES
  37. WHAT KND OF GROWTH IS APICAL MERISTEMS USED FOR?
    PRIMARY
  38. WHAT IS PRIMARY GROWTH?
    GROWTH IN LENGTH
  39. WHAT IS THE APICAL MERISTEM ALWAYS GOING THROUGH?
    CELL DIVISION
  40. WHAT DO THE LATERL MERISTEMS FORM IN THE STEMS AND ROOTS?
    RINGS
  41. LATERAL MERISTEMS ARE FOR WHAT TYPE OF GROWTH?
    SECONDARY
  42. WHAT IS SECONDARY GROWTH?
    GROWTH IN DIAMETER
  43. WHAT ARE THE 2 TYPES OF LATERAL MERISTEMS?
    • CORK CAMBIUM
    • VASCULAR CAMBIUM
  44. WHAT DOES THE CORK CAMBIUM MAKE WHEN IT BECOME MATURE?
    CORK
  45. WHAT DOES THE VASCULAR CAMBIUM MAKE?
    MORE XYLEM AND PHLOEM
  46. WHAT ARE THE 4 MAIN JOBS OR ROOTS?
    • ABSORPTION
    • CONDUCTION
    • ANCHORAGE
    • STORAGE
  47. WHAT TISSUE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ABSORPTION IN ROOTS?
    DERMAL TISSUE
  48. WHAT DO ROOTS ABSORB?
    WATER AND MINERALS
  49. HOW DOES WATER ENTER THE ROOTS?
    OSMOSIS
  50. HOW DO MINERALS ENTER THE ROOTS?
    ACTIVE TRANSPORT
  51. WHAT ARE THE 2 TYPES OF NUTRIENTS PLANTS NEED?
    • MACRONUTRIENTS
    • MICRONUTRIENTS
  52. WHAT ARE MACRONUTRIENTS?
    THE PLANT NEEDS A LOT OF THEM
  53. WHAT ARE 3 EXAPLES OF MACRONUTRIENTS?
    • NITROGEN
    • POTASSIUM
    • PHOSOPHOROUS
  54. WHAT ARE MICRONUTRIENTS?
    THE PLANT DOESN'T NEED AS MUCH OF THEM
  55. WHAT ARE 3 EXAMPLES OF MICRONUTRIENTS?
    • COPPER
    • COBOLT
    • IROON
  56. WHAT IS CONDUCTION?
    THE PROCESS OF CARRYING WATER AND FOOD THROUGHOUT THE PLANT
  57. WHAT IS ANCHORAGE?
    HOLDING THE PLANT TO THE GROUND
  58. WHAT IS STORAGE?
    STORING FOOD IN THE WINTER
  59. WHAT ARE THE 3 KINDS OF SEASONAL PLANTS?
    • ANNUAL
    • BIENNIAL
    • PERENNIAL

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