Final Practical lab 11, 12

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  1. Vascular naked seed
    Gymnosperm
  2. gymnosperm
    vascular naked seed
  3. Vascular covered seeds
    angiosperm
  4. angiosperm
    Vascular covered seeds
  5. indeterminate growth
    plant does not have predetermined structure for growth
  6. plant does not have predetermined structure for growth
    indeterminate growth
  7. meristem
    • Creates new cells
    • 2 kinds
    • apical (roots shoots)
    • Lateral (bark, wood)
  8. Creates new cells
    2 kinds
    apical (roots shoots)
    Lateral (bark, wood
    meristem
  9. 3 types of plant tissue
    • Vascular
    • Epidermal
    • ground
  10. Vascular tissue
    • has two types - phloem carries food
    • xylem carries water.
    • Tissue carries nutrients throughout the plant.
  11. has two types - phloem carries food
    xylem carries water.
    Tissue carries nutrients throughout the plant.
    Vascular tissue
  12. ground tissue
    Carries out different tasks like photosynthesis, structure and food storage. This tissue is anything that isn't vascular or epidermal.
  13. Carries out different tasks like photosynthesis, structure and food storage. This tissue is anything that isn't vascular or epidermal.
    Ground tissue
  14. Epidermal
    outter tissue of plant. prevents water loss and provides protection.
  15. outter tissue of plant. prevents water loss and provides protection.
    Epidermal tissue
  16. Xylem
    Carries sugars used as food
  17. xylem
    carries sugars used as food
  18. Phloem
    carries food in the plant
  19. Monocots
    • vascular bundles are scattered
    • leaf veins are parallel
    • flowers part in 3's and multiples of threes
  20. vascular bundles are scattered
    leaf veins are parallel
    flowers part in 3's and multiples of threes
    Monocots
  21. Dicots
    • Vascular bundles are circular
    • leaf veins look net like
    • flowers part in 4 or 5 and multiples of 4 or 5
  22. Vascular bundles are circular
    leaf veins look net like
    flowers part in 4 or 5 and multiples of 4 or 5
    Dicots
  23. Petiole
    the stem for the leaf
  24. the stem for the leaf
    Petiole
  25. blade
    leaf/ part of the leaf, you know
  26. leaf/ part of the leaf, you know
    Blade
  27. internode
    space between nodes
  28. What does the stem contain?
    • Pith
    • xylem
    • phloem
  29. Guard Cells
    Open and close stomata. Kinda reminds me of a vagina if guard cells have the stoma open, it's like a stiched up one if not.
  30. Open and close stomata. Kinda reminds me of a vagina if guard cells have the stoma open, it's like a stiched up one if not.
    guard cells
  31. Hair cells
    • Trichome
    • They get nutrients from the soil... look like tiny little hairs.
  32. Vascular bundle location
    located on the outskirts or both dicot and monocot
  33. leaves with more than one
    compound
  34. just one leaf
    simple structure
  35. monocot vs dicot leaf structure
    • leafs are opposite of stems
    • dicot has scattered
    • monocot has circular
  36. tubers are modified...
    stems
  37. Structure of dicot root
    • dicot is scattered
    • xylem makes x in very center
    • phloem fills in around x
    • pericycle makes a ring around that
  38. Monocot root structure
    • pith fills the very center
    • xylem makes a ring around it
    • then phloem
    • then pericycle
  39. Adventitious roots
    Roots that come from other roots, instead of coming from the stem
  40. Roots that come from other roots, instead of coming from the stem
    Adventitious roots
  41. Cortex
    the big outter ring of empty spaceish
  42. the big outter ring of empty spaceish
    Cortex
  43. Vascular cylinder
    the middle part where all the goods are (x phloem, stuffs)
  44. the middle part where all the goods are (x phloem, stuffs
    Vascular cylinder
  45. endodermis
    this is the outer part of that inner circle
  46. outter part of inner circle
    endodermis
  47. pericycle
    one of the bands... 3rd ish in. further in than cortex
  48. one of the bands... 3rd ish in. further in than cortex
    pericycle
  49. root cap
    very end of roots (protection)
  50. Very end of roots (protection)
    Root cap
  51. Axillary bud
    nubbins that look like the start of new leaves
  52. nubbins that look like the start of leaves they develop from nodes
    axillary buds
  53. pith
    in stem tissue right smack in the mother fukcing middle
  54. in stem tissue right smack in the mother fukcing middle
    pith
  55. Cuticle
    lines the outside of the epidermis
  56. lines the outside of the epidermis
    Cuticle
  57. Stomata
    the vagina as a whole. it opens and closes to let in CO2
  58. the vagina as a whole. it opens and closes to let in CO2
    Stomata
  59. Palisade mesophyl
    collects light... looks weird, like clogged poors
  60. Spongy mesophyll
    has large spaces between cells
  61. has large spaces between cells
    Spongy mesophyll
  62. Bundle sheath cells
    They're the eyes in the big monkey face
  63. They're the eyes in the big monkey face
    bundle sheath cells
  64. monoecy
    male and female on same plant
  65. male and female on same plant
    monoecy
  66. dioecy
    seperate male and female flowers on different plants
  67. seperate male and female flowers on different plants
    dioecy
  68. outcrossing
    mating between different individuals
  69. mating between different individuals
    outcrossing
  70. carpel (pistil)
    that stick in the middle of the flower that is made up by the stigma, style, ovary.
  71. that stick in the middle of the flower that is made up by the stigma, style, ovary.
    Carpel (pistil)
  72. fruits are...
    ripened ovaries
  73. the flower is just a...
    reproduction organ
  74. pedicel
    stalk that supports the entire flower
  75. stalk that supports the entire flower
    pedicel
  76. receptacle
    the very bottom nubbiny base of a flower
  77. the very bottom nubbiny base of  a flower
    receptacle
  78. calyx
    made up of a number of sepals
  79. made up of a number of sepals
    calyx
  80. Sepals
    They're what close and protect the whole flower as a bud. they'll be the outtermost leafs near the receptacle
  81. They're what close and protect the whole flower as a bud. they'll be the outtermost leafs near the receptacle
    Sepals
  82. corolla
    made up of a number of petals
  83. made up of a number of petals
    corolla
  84. the point of petals is too...
    attract pollenators
  85. stamen
    the stem with the anthers at the top of it that produce pollen
  86. anther
    the thing on the stamens that produce pollen
  87. the thing on the stamens that produce pollen
    Anther
  88. filaments
    the stalk part of the stamen that supports the anther
  89. the stalk part of the stamen that supports the anther
    filaments
  90. stigma
    hat of the pistil/carpel that catches the pollen when it's dropped
  91. hat of the pistil/carpel that catches the pollen when it's dropped
    stigma
  92. style
    the middle part of the carpel, the stick part
  93. the stick part of the carpel
    style

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