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Exam I Material Organs of Flowering plants know the structures names of the major parts vegetative and reproductive Differences between monocots and dicots Plant Id 7 the use of dichotomous keys Scienti c methoduse workbook for steps know the method of experimentation how can statements be unacceptable how can you change them to be acceptable Use of the microscope know the parts Plant Cells Cell parts organelles what is the function of those organelles What does the structure of an organelle tell us about its function chloroplast and mitochondria Cell Division Mitosis and Cytokinesis how do they operate why do cells undergo mitosis what is its purpose is the chromosome number kept the same and why Tissue Concept External Tissues of Leaves Internal Leaf Structure leaf cross section why is the structure of the leaf tissues important in the leaves overall function ie spongy mesophyll palisade parenchyma etc purpose of waxy cuticle epidermis what color is it and why structure of stomata Intro to Biological Molecules the four major biomolecules what are they where can they be found in the cells r J quot 39J39 39J 39 Photosynthesis formula for PS doesn t need to be balanced where does it occur what goes in what comes out ElodeaColeus experiments cytoplasmic streaming staining for starch when do plants produce starch when do then not Pigments and Pigment extraction what is the purpose of different pigments in the leaves How do pigments relate to photosynthesis Exam II Anaerobic and Aerobic Respiration how are they similar how are they different formulas for the reactions where does each occur in the cell how do we know if a plant is respiring and not photosynthesizing what goes into respiration what comes out the major products of respiration is what time of day does respiration take over Fats and Proteins how do the reactions proceed what is the purpose of fat and protein synthesis what doe they create how does it happen Diffusion Osmosis Imbibition Plasmolysis Transpiration describe each one except gelatin and imbibition why are they important for plants how does it work describe an experiment to demonstrate the processes External Feature of Stems and Buds 7 general look over Dicot Stems Growth in Length where does growth occur how can we modify how a plant grows cross sections of stems dicot vs monocot Secondary Growth Woody Stems Stem Processes where does secondary growth occur what tissues know the cross sections of woody plants Wood Industry 7 why is wood important look over the workbook External Structure of Roots name structure function of those parts difference between monocot and dicot roots what is the advantage to different root shapemorphology Internal Structure of Roots name structure function of those parts do dicot and monocot root sections look the same Processes in Roots Mineral Nutrition Water Conduction how do plants get water how does it work how do we know what major minerals or nutrients are needed for plant growth Exam 111 Growth Problems Plant Hormones know five hormones what does each do how can we use them to modified plant growth Plant hormones Tissue Culture how can plant be put into tissue culture think agrobacterium how is this accomplished how are hormones used Photoperiod and Flowering how does it in uence plant growth what is photoperiod what induces it short daylong day plants Flower Parts Pollen Story Ovule Story Fertilization look over the workbook pages know the parts look over your old exam this is depth I will cover on this material Pollination and fertilization describe differentiate when do they occur Fruit Types variation in reproduction Intro to Genetics Meiosis Describe the process why do cells undergo meiosis what is its purpose is the chromosome number kept the same and why Dihyrid Ratio and Linkage Plant Genetics New Material
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