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What is the difference between low fidelity and high fidelity?

What is the difference between low fidelity and high fidelity?

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School: University of Maryland
Department: Plant Science
Course: Introduction to Horticulture
Professor: Christopher walsh
Term: Spring 2016
Tags: horticulture, Walsh, and PLSC
Cost: 50
Name: Study Guide Exam #1
Description: These notes cover what we have covered so far in class and what will be on exam #1
Uploaded: 02/26/2016
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PLSC 100If you want to learn more check out Largest commissure connecting left and right hemispheres.

Intro to HorticultureDon't forget about the age old question of What is the amount of money earned on a regular basis?

Review sheet

Test #1

(questions that could be on the test, some prof and TA said will be on the test! Good luck!)

What is the difference between low fidelity and high fidelity?We also discuss several other topics like What are the primary emotions of humans?

Are strawberries true berries? Why? Why not?

List an examples of a drupe, pome, berrie

What three types of bunds exist on a potatoWe also discuss several other topics like Consists of a chain of glucose units with many branches. it is found in the body and made by the cells.

What is vegetative propagation? Why can it be ‘dangerous’ to a plant?

What are 3 organs on a leaf?If you want to learn more check out The ability to produce goods and services anywhere in the world, not just restricted to one place.

What is the purpose of a shoot Apical Meristem? Root Apical Meristem?

What makes a perfect flower? Complete flower?

Draw a pollen grain (cross section) how does it develop?We also discuss several other topics like Why do cells in our body need glucose and oxygen?

List three Apical Meristems

What is a Fruit?

*if you cross pollinate a peach and almond, could you eat it? Why?

What is inbreeding depression?

What barriers exist in the same plants to avoid this?

Draw and label:

  • Perfect flower
  • Petals
  • Stamen
  • Anther
  • Carpal
  • Receptacle stem
  • Sepal
  • Things to know:
  • Monecious / dioecious
  • Perfect / complete / incomplete imperfect

Draw and label

  • Shoot apical meristem
  • Leaf primordia
  • Apical dome
  • Axillary buds
  • Procambios
  • Protoderm
  • Ground meristem
  • Apical meristem
  • Axillary meristem
  • Old leaf primordia
  • Things to know:
  • Apical bud
  • Lateral bud
  • Single node cutting

What are 3 types of ground meristem? Their characteristics?

Draw and label a peach, apple and grape, what categories are they in? *hint: pome, drope, berry)

What are the 8 pollinators?

*if you look at _____flower what is a likely pollinator*

What are the ways seeds are dispersed?

Explain double fertilization

Draw a pollen tube and pistil

  • Embryo
  • Sperm nuclei
  • Antipodals
  • Egg Cell
  • Synergids
  • Tube nucleus
  • Endosperm

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