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  1. All the sepals
    Calyx
  2. Image UploadWhat is letter A?
    Sepal
  3. All of the petals
    Corolla
  4. Image UploadWhat is letter B?
    Petal
  5. Consists of the calyx and the corolla
    Perianth
  6. Consists of all of the male parts of the flower
    Androecium
  7. Image UploadWhat is A and What is B and then together what is A and B?
    • A = Anther
    • B = Filament
    • A & B = Stamen
  8. What consists of all of the Female parts of the flower?
    Gynoecium
  9. Image UploadWhat is C, F, and G and then what are all of these parts together called?
    • C = Ovary
    • F = Style
    • G = Stigma
    • all of them together make up the Pistil
  10. What is the part called that the ovary sits on or is inside?
    Receptacle
  11. Image UploadWhat is letter H?
    Pedicel
  12. The area where the sepals, petals, and filaments are all fused together
    Hypanthium
  13. What is the difference between an imperfect flower and an incomplete flower
    Imperfect = Missing sex whorls

    • Incomplete = missing 1 or more of the 4 whorls
    • (calyx, corolla, Androecium, Gynoecium
  14. What is a flower with bilateral symmetry
    • Zygomorphic --- AKA, Irregular
    • bilaterial
  15. what is a flower called that has radial symmetry?
    • Actinomorphic --- AKA, Regular Flower
    • radial symmertry
  16. What is it called when parts of the same whorl are fused?
    -sepal to sepal
    Connate
  17. What is it called when different whorls are fused together?
    - stamens to pistals
    - stamens to petals
    Adnate
  18. A pistil can be made of many ______?
    Carpels
  19. The spaces or chambers inside an ovary
    Locules
  20. 1 free carpel
    monocarpous
  21. 2 or more free carpels
    apocarpous
  22. 2 or more fused carpels
    syncarpous
  23. Magnoliophyta
    • Division of
    • Flowering Plants
  24. Difference between gymnosperms and Angiosperms
    • more advanced vascular anayomy
    • seed contains endosperm
    • Seeds enclosed in an ovary
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    • Nymphaeaceae
    • Aquatic, simple leaves, solitary flower, many sepals, petals, stamens
    • can be apocarpous or synocarpus
  26. Difference between simple and compound leaves
    • Compound has multiple leaflets
    • simple has one body
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  27. Determinate
    Oldest flower is at the top
  28. Indeterminate
    Oldest flower is at the bottom
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  30. Name each level of taxonomic hierarchy.
    • Kingdom
    • Division (phylum)
    • class
    • order
    • family
    • genus
    • species
  31. Name common Pteridophyta characteristics
    • Reproduce by spores
    • require water for reproduction
    • Alternating FREE LIVING life stages (haploid and diploid)
  32. why do we not use common names
    • some plants have more than one common name
    • too many species
    • different plants have the same common name
    • some plants do not have common names
    • foreigners will not know what plant you are referring too
  33. How do you wright a proper Latin name?
    Genus species Author

    Genus capitalized / species not

    Genus and species underlined or italicized 
  34. What are the Latin roots for Division and Family?
    Division ends in – “ophyta”

    Family ends in – “aceae"
  35. Draw the life cycle of Pteridophytes
    lable:  diploid, haploid, fertilization and meiosis.
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  36. Pinophyta characteristics
    • Cone bearing gymnosperm
    • Wind pollination
    • Monoecious or Dioecious
    • Most likely evergreen
    • waxy leaves: avoid water loss
  37. What is a gymnosperm
    • naked seed
    • these plants do not form flowers or true fruits
  38. What is a conifer
    plant that bears cones
  39. Difference between monoecious and dioecious
    • Monoecious:  male and female parts on same plant
    • Dioecious:  male and female parts on sperate plants
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    • A:  Seed Scale
    • B:  Bract Scale
    • C: Ovule
  41. What are the 4 whorls
    • Calyx (Vegetative)
    • Corolla (Vegetative)
    • Androecium (Reproductive)
    • Gynoecium  (Reproductive)
  42. Plant division that includes flowering plants
    magnoliophyta
  43. Class that has Dicotyledons
    Magnoliopsida
  44. Dicotyledons
    pair of seed leaves
  45. endosperm
    tissue produced inside seeds and contains the embryostores nutrients for embryo
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    • A: Marginal       B: Parietal
    • C: Axile            D: Axile  
    • E: Free Central  F: Free Central
    • G: Apical          H: Basal
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  48. Difference between Annual, Perennial, and Biennial
    • •Annual- completes its life cycle in
    • 1 year or less
    • •Perennial- lives for more than one
    • year
    • •Biennial- takes 2 years to complete
    • life cycle
  49. Caryophyllaceae
    simple leaves w/ swollen nodesinfl = cymesepals= 5petals = 5 with "limb and claw"syncarpous with 3-5 styles
  50. Rosaceae
    • 5 sepals (sometimes with bracts and appears 10)
    • 5 petalslots of stamens
  51. Rhizomes
    Horizontal stems that are underground
  52. Stolons
    horizontal stems above ground
  53. Tubers, Corms, Bulbs
    • Storage Organs
    • NOT ROOTS!!
    • Either stems, leaves, or both
  54. Nymphaceae
    • Aquatic Herbs with rhizomes
    • simple leaves with long petioles
    • many sepals, petals, and stamens
  55. Rununculaceae
    • •Habit- perennial herbs
    • •LVS- alt or basal; simple or
    • compound
    • •INFL- various
    • •Ca- 0 or 5 or many
    • •Co- 0 or 5 or many
    • •A- many
    • •G- 3 to many superior, unfused
    • pistils (usu)
    • •Fruit- usu achene or
    • follicle
  56. Caprifoliaceae
    • Opposite leaves
    • 5 petals and sepals
  57. Ericaceae
    • urned shaped inflorecent
    • 5 petals and sepals
  58. Catkin
    Spike or raceme of unisex flowers without petals
  59. two specialized capsules for brassicaceae
    Silicle and Silique
  60. weed
    An unwanted plant
  61. Native Species
    In North America prior to European Contact
  62. What influences plant distribution (6)
    • climate
    • soils
    • herbivores
    • competition with other plants
    • History (Glaciation, etc.)
    • dispersal
  63. Invasive
    A non-native plant that grows to the exclusion of other plants
  64. Naturalized
    A non-native plant that establishes in an introduced rate and continues to exist without human intervantion
  65. Noxious Weed
    A legal category of introduced plantsDesignated in MT every 2 yearsplant must cause economic or ecological harmmust be controlled once designated
  66. capsul
    breaks along more than 2 suturesr
  67. Fabaceae
    Draw flower
    • Pea, Bean, Legume family
    • flowers have banner, wings, and Keel
    • tendrils are common
    • 10 or 9 fussed stamens, one free
    • LEGUMES
  68. label these parts:
    • Head • Receptacle • Bracts/involucre • Ray floret • Disc floret • Ligule • Pappus
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  70. What are some plants of Apieaceae?
    Carrots, parsley, dill, cilantro, etc.
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  72. Carryophyllaceae characteristics
    • simple opposite leaves with SWOLLEN NODES
    • 5 sepals and petals with LIMB AND CLAW
  73. Liliopsida
    • are monocots
    • 1 seed leaf
    • parallel venation in leaves
    • vascular bundles scattered
    • fibrous roots
    • pollen has 1 opening 
    • flowers in 3s
    • NEVER produce wood
  74. Iridaceae
    • Habit- perennial herbs, from a bulb/corm
    • • LVS- linear, simple EQUITANT
    • • Infl- various
    • • Ca- 3, showy
    • • Co- 3 showy
    • • A- 3 united below
    • • G- 3, inferior petal-like style
    • • Frt- capsule
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  76. Orchidaceae Characteristics
    • • Habit- perennial herbs
    • • LVS- linear, simple
    • • Infl- various
    • • Ca- 3 sepals (often petal-like)
    • • Co- 3 petals: 2 + a lip
    • • A- 1 stamen, fused to style = “column”
    • • G- inferior, style fused to stamen
    • • Frt-capsule with tiny seeds
  77. Threats to grassland
    • Development for cities and suburbs
    • • Plowing for ag production
    • • Invasive species
    • • Conversion to non-native species
  78. Spikelet • Glume • Palea • Lemma • floret
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    • Spikelet is floret
    • lemma = lower one-- may be wrong on this pic
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  81. native grasses of Missoula
    • Agropyron spicatum (Blue bunch wheat grass)
    • Koelaria macrantha (Prairie Junegrass)
    • Festuca campestris (syn. F scabrella) (Rough fescue)
    • Festuce idahoensis (Idaho fescue)
  82. Introduced grasses of Missoula VAlley
    • Poa pratensis (Kentucky bluegrass)
    • Bromus tectorum (cheatgrass)
    • Bromus inermis (smooth brome)
  83. Differences between Poaceae, Cyperaceae, and Juncaceae
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    • Cyperaceae and Juncaeae usually wet areas

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Rocky Mountain Flora Study guide
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