Plant Science 1024 Test 2 Study Guide
Plant Science 1024 Test 2 Study Guide AGPS 1024-001
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Principles of Plant Science 1024 Test 2: Study Guide 1. What are the two separate parts of a flowering plant? 2. What are the four main functions of the roots? 3. What are the three main functions of the shoot? 4. What are the two parts of a leaf? 5. What is the difference between a simple leaf and a sessile leaf? 6. How is a compound leaf different from a simple leaf? 7. What are the six parts of a leaf blade? 8. How can you tell a monocot from a dicot? 9. What are the two types of stems? 10. Draw the two types of leaf arrangements on a stem. 11. What are the three internal stem structures? 12. What is the purpose of the cambium? 13. What are the three types of bud? 14. Where is the lateral bud found? 15. Where is the terminal bud found? 16. Where is an adventitious bud located? 17. What are the three main types of root? 18. What is cytology? 19. What are some examples of cell functions? 20. What are the two groups of definable cells? 21. What three parts make up the protoplasm? 22. What is the nucleus? 23. How are DNA and RNA different? 24. What is the cytoplasm composed of? 25. What are the three main layers of the cell wall? 26. How does the plasma membrane function? 27. How are plastids classified? 28. What are the mitochondria? 29. What is the function of the vacuole? 30. How does tissue form? 31. What are the two main classes of tissue? 32. What are the three classifications of meristematic tissue? 33. What are the two types of permanent tissue? 34. Name the three ways to make a topiary. 35. What are tracheids? 36. What are the sieve elements? 37. Describe an espalier. 38. What was the name of the video watched in class? 39. How are tropisms different from nastic movement? 40. What is a sketotropism? 41. What is a thigmotropism? 42. What is a thermonastic movement? 43. What is a photonastic movement? 44. How do you take a soil sample? 45. Name the seventeen essential elements for plant growth. 46. How is sulfur different from all other essential elements? 47. How do you convert P2O5 to elemental Phosphorus and K2O into elemental Potassium? 48. How do you calculate the fertilizer ratio? 49. What is the difference between natural, organic fertilizer and synthetic, chemical fertilizer? 50. What are two examples of a slow releasing fertilizer?
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