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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Allison Notetaker on Friday January 15, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Religion 20 at University of Vermont taught by in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 25 views. For similar materials see Intro to religion in Religious Studies at University of Vermont.

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Date Created: 01/15/16
Allison Bauza Philip Lintilhac PBIO 151 Take Home Final 1. defines archispore as, “the primitive cell, or group of cells, that  give rise to the cells from which spores are derived.” The cell theory states that  all living things are made up of cells and cells come from other cells. The cell  theory looks at plant activity as a summation of the activities of the individual  cells. The organismal theory looks at the plant as a whole and it’s regarded as  more of a continuous mass of protoplasm connected through the  plasmodesmata. In the organismal theory, the plant develops the cells, the cells  don’t develop the plant. Considering the archesporial cell, the cell theory is  supported. The archesporial cell is the cell in which spores arise. A female and a  male spore come together to make a diploid zygote. The zygote then undergoes  mitosis and a full grown plant arises. The organismal theory is not supported with the evidence of the archesporial cell. The organismal theory basically states that  the chicken came first while the cell theory basically states that the egg came  first. The archesporial cell is evidence that the egg came first.  2. Reaction wood is wood that is replaced by normal wood in response to gravity.  The cambial cells in reaction wood are oriented in a manner other than vertically.  The purpose of reaction wood is to assist in maintaining the angle or bend in the  wood, typically in branches, so the wood doesn’t bend further and/or break.  There are two types of reaction wood, one for angiosperms and one for  gymnosperms. The reaction wood in angiosperms is called tension wood.  Tension wood forms on the side of the part of the plant that is undergoing tension and works against the tension to bring the branch back up. Tension wood is more highly composed of cellulose than normal wood. In gymnosperms the reaction  wood is called compression wood. The purpose of compression wood is lengthen the bend by straightening it out. Compression wood has a higher concentration of lignin and only a 30% concentration of cellulose. Normal wood has a slightly high concentration of cellulose and a lower concentration of lignin. Sources:


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