Plant Science 1024 Test 4 study guide
Plant Science 1024 Test 4 study guide AGPS 1024-001
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Plant Science 1024 with Dr. Collins Test #4 Study Guide 1. _______ is the study of the plant disease. 2. _______ is the abnormally yellow discoloration of a leaf. 3. What are a few ways a plant reacts to disease? 4. _______ is a plant out of place. 5. Name several problems a weed could cause. 6. _______, ________, and ________ are three ways that weeds can be classified. 7. List the seven main methods of weed control. 8. _______ and ________ are two types of mechanical weed control. 9. _______, ________, and ________ are three types of biological weed control. 10.Compare and contrast pre-plant, pre-emergent, and post- emergent chemical weed control. 11._______ is the study of insects. 12.What are the differences between an arachnid and an insect? 13.Which phylum do the arachnid and the insect share? 14.What are the four stages of complete metamorphosis? 15.Compare complete metamorphosis to incomplete metamorphosis. 16.What are a few types of larvae? 17.What are the two types of mouth for insects? 18.What is an example of legal control for disease and insects? 19._______, ________, ________, and ________ are all types of pesticide. 20.What does rogue mean? 21.What is an offset? 22.Compare and contrast a runner and a stolon. 23._______ and ________ are the main reasons to have specialized roots and stems. 24.Define a bulb. 25.What is the difference between a tunicate and a non- tunicate bulb? 26.Name the main three parts of a bulb. 27.What is the difference between a bulb and a corm? 28.Describe a T-bud. 29.What is a specialized form of grafting? 30.What does it mean for the bark of a tree to be slipping? 31.Name the major part of the plant that will come from the rootstock. 32.Name the parts of the plant that will come from the scion. 33.Compare and contrast callousing and cambium. 34.What are five requirements for a successful graft? 35.List the five types of layering. 36.________, _________, and ________ are all reasons to graft. 37.What is natural grafting? 38.Describe a mound layering. 39.How do you complete an air layering?
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