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Marketplace > University of Kentucky > Biology > BIO 152 > PRIN OF BIOLOGY II
Retta Mayert
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Scott Gleeson

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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Retta Mayert on Friday October 23, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to BIO 152 at University of Kentucky taught by Scott Gleeson in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 47 views. For similar materials see /class/228197/bio-152-university-of-kentucky in Biology at University of Kentucky.




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Date Created: 10/23/15
Study Terms 7 BIO 152 exam 1 Gleeson Fall 2009 Terminology is a big part of mastering biology material for exams Here are some terms I m going to expect you to understand to the extent they are used in this material for exam 1 I suggest you pull out those you don t know for extra study and add your own No guarantee this is complete I have left out many words I consider common knowledge and I tried to not repeat terms Send me any suggestionscorrections 1 Biosphere amp diversity plant biosphere abiotic biotic autotroph heteroroph photosynthesis respiration UV cell prokaryotic eukaryotic CO2 H2O N2 02 03 fossil fuel energy green slime wavelength photon electromagnetic radiation visible light nuclear fusion Wein s law nanometer pigment chlorophyll carotenoid phycobilin absorption spectrum action spectrum domain archaea bacteria eukarya protista animalia fungi plantae nucleus organelle horizontal transmission mitochondria chloroplast cyanobacteria N fixation extremophile sulfur bacteria hydrogen sulfide halophile nodule ammonification N transformation algae producer diatom silica coccolithophore calcium carbonate limestone chalk seaweed alternation of generations sporophyte spore gametophyte gamete zygote haploid diploid meiosis mitosis symbiosis endosymbiosis herbivore predator pollinator disperser coral zooxanthellae dino agellate mushroom decomposer terrestrial mycorrhizal pathogen lichen bryophyte vascular gymnosperm angiosperm monocot dicot moss liverwort hornwort cellulose cuticle ferns horsetails lycopod homospory heterospory coal age conifer cycad gymnosperm angiosperm stomata lignin seed 2 Structure Tissues sugar carbohydrate carbon hydrogen oxygen N P K Ca Mg essential resource limiting factor leaf ion root active transport stomate water potential transpiration assimilate cell wall vacuole plasma membrane transport secretion glucose micro bril tension tensile strength hemicellulose pectin cutin suberin lignin hydration rosette middle lamella primary cell wall secondary cell wall plasmodesmata text development morphogenesis differentiation pattern formation polarity homeotic clonal analysis phase change meristem monocot dicot apical meristem lateral meristem secondary growth vascular cambium cork cambium bark initial derivative ground tissue vascular tissue dermal tissue parenchyma collenchyma sclerenchyma xylem phloem epidermis periderm stem petiole ber sclereid tracheary element pit complex tissue sieve element photosynthate associated cells companion cells cutin guard cells trichome cork soybean bean leaf beetle 3 Roots amp Leaves Strangler g hormone taproot brous root adventious root cap root hair polysaccharide cortex vascular cylinder root exudate rhizosphere starch endodermis casparian strips osmotic barrier pericycle cultivar longleaf pine rosette species rosette species longleaf pine aerial root prop root buttress pneumatophore mangrove sediment diffusion blade simple leaf compound leaf pinnate palmate sheath grazing boundary layer mesophyll stomatal density palisade parenchyma spongy parenchyma veins bundle sheath netted venation parallel venation spine tendril plantlet 4 Stems amp Secondary Growth Conductance leaf primordial bud primordia branch node internode apical dominance cortex pith tendril thorn stolon rhizome tuber corm Corypha palm cacti succulence convergent evolution woody herbaceous grass forb fusiform initial secondary xylem amp phloem wood sapwood heartwood early wood late wood growth rings Bristlecone pine Mongolian conifers cork cell lenticel bark cork oak 5 Translocation translocation transpiration stream assimilate stream xylem phloem polar cohesion tensile strength surface tension adhesion bulk ow diffusion osmosis water potential I gravity potential pressure potential osmotic potential pressure megaPascal aquaporin solute concentration osmotic pressure tension turgor pressure wilting plasmolysis cell membrane diffusion facilitated diffusion active transport ATP electrochemical gradient xylem tension capillary action resistance viscosity boundary layer stomata guard cell micro bril potassium Abscisic acid ABA blue light receptor source sink assimilate phloem aphid hormone


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