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Crime in America

by: Imelda Jacobs

Crime in America CCJ 3014

Imelda Jacobs
University of Central Florida
GPA 3.75


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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Imelda Jacobs on Thursday October 22, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CCJ 3014 at University of Central Florida taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 29 views. For similar materials see /class/227620/ccj-3014-university-of-central-florida in Criminal Justice at University of Central Florida.

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Date Created: 10/22/15
P LA NTS LA B D Overview of photosynthesis PHOTOSYNTHESIS 6C02 6HZO C6H1206 602 El Definition of angiosperms I Angiosperms are divided into monocots and dicots I Most are dicots but some of the world s most important grasses and crops are monocots corn grass sugarcane palms I Differences between monocots and dicots I Parts of a plant 0 Root root hairs root cap 0 Shoot 0 Stem 0 Leaves 0 Stomata o Chlorophyll present in the green areas of plantsleaves 0 Vascular system to deliver the sugar to other parts of the plant through the phloem and the water from the bottom up through xylem El Reproduction in plants 0 Flower reproductive organ of angiosperms 0 After fertilization seeds form in the ovary and the ovary develops into the fruit around the seeds El Overview of native Florida plants vs exotic plants El Plants in coastal communities and their adaptations El Hammocks and Pinelands and Wetlands I Know the name of the category where flowering plants are found Angiosperms I What is the result of photosynthesis Glucose I Angiosperms are divided into two groups monocots and dicots Know two basic differences between them 0 Monocots vs Dicots 0 One seed leaf vs Two seed leafs 0 Parallel veins vs network of veins 0 Floral parts in mults of 3 vs floral parts in mults of4 and 5 0 Vascular bundles scattered vs vascular bundles arranged in peripheral ring I Know how to label major parts of a plant diagram with the correct names for example quottrunkquot is not one of the words we saw See diagrams on pages 3 6 and 10 I Are the xylem and phloem used for the same function No xylem moves water and minerals up while phloem moves sugar down I What is the function of root hairs Increase surface area to increase water and minerals absorption from the soil I What do we call the plant structures that allow C02 to enter the leaf and water to evaporate from the leaf Stomata I What part of the plant becomes the fruit The ovary The ovary grows around the seeds for protection and food I When encountered with an unknown organism or us w a plant what tool do we use to determine what it is Dichotomous Key I Why are some exotic plants considered problematic Because they can outcompete native plants clog waterways may not have mechanisms here to prevent them from growing out of control predators other plants etc


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