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3 adaptations that allowed plants to be successful on land. ability to prevent water loss cuticle and stomata ability to reproduce without water spores and seed ability to absorb and transport nutrients mycorrhizes and vascular tissue
- What is the basis of classification for plants? 1muticellular 2eukaryotic 3autotrophic 4cell wall made of cellulose
- Know the 2 groups of vascular plants & examples of each group.
- Gymnosperms vs. Angiosperms
- Be able to explain why green algae are believed to be the ancestors of today’s land plants.
- Nonvascular plants: where are they found & why? What are they commonly called? Know some examples.
- Know the 2 types of vascular tissue & their functions.
* Vascular Tissues
- Explain why plants evolved vascular tissue.
- Name some examples of seedless vascular plants.
- How do they reproduce (what structures do they produce)?
- Explain how they reproduce.
- Fruits: what are they? Which group of seed plants produces them?
- Explain the advantage of producing fruits during the reproductive process.
- Meristems: what are they & where are they located?
- Primary vs. Secondary growth
- Roots: functions? Taproots vs. Fibrous roots
- Stems: functions?
- Leaves: functions?
simple vs. compound vs. doubly compound
- Flower: know all flower parts & their functions (receptacle, sepals, petals, stamen, anther, filament, pistil, ovary, style, stigma) Be able to label the parts of a flower.
- What are plant hormones?
- Tropisms: what are they? Why did plants evolve them?
- Be able to explain the 4 types of tropisms we discussed in class: thigmotropism, phototropism, gravitropism, and chemotropism
Created by: isaac shapiro