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AGRI 116 Week 1 Notes

by: Erin Wade

AGRI 116 Week 1 Notes AGRI 116 001

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Lecture notes from the first week Prof Camper
Plants and Civilizations
Andrew P. Norton
Class Notes
Camper, agriculture, PlantsandCivilizations, plants, AGRI116




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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Erin Wade on Monday August 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to AGRI 116 001 at Colorado State University taught by Andrew P. Norton in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 68 views. For similar materials see Plants and Civilizations in Agricultural and Environmental Plant Sciences at Colorado State University.


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Date Created: 08/29/16
8/24/16   -­   Photosynthesis  -­  chlorophyll  in  plant  cells  captures  energy  from  sunlight   -­   Primary  Metabolites:   ●   Directly  involved  in  growth,  development,  or  reproduction   -­   Algae   -­   Moss   ●   Bryophytes  -­  non-­vascular  plants   -­   Ferns   ●   Seedless  vascular  plants   -­   Conifers   ●   Cycads  -­  seeded  plants   -­   Fruiting  or  Flowering  plants   ●   Angiosperms   ○   Monocots   ○   Dicots     Coevolution   -­   Reciprocal  encouragement  by  different  species  for  each  other  to  evolve     ●   Plant  develops  defences  against  being  eaten,  animal  becomes  immune  to   defenses  to  eat  plants,  and  so  on   -­   Plants  can’t  move,  so  they  have  other  methods  to  get  pollinated,  to  disperse  offspring,   and  to  defend  against  herbivores   ●   When  bees  go  out  to  visit  flowe rs,  they  only  go  to  one  type   ●   Wind  blows  pollen  and  seeds,  but  animals  are  better  helpers   ●   Nectar  and  fruit  attracts  insects,  birds,  and  bats  that  help  disperse   ●   Seeds  with  barbs  that  attach  to  animals     ●   Neurotoxins,  tons  of  other  chemicals  that  plants  develop ed  as  defenses  and  we   now  use  for  medicines  and  drugs  


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