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The Plant Kingdom: Flowering Plants

... Agave family Best known for ornamentals Examples: century plant, sisal hemp, bowstring hemp Orchid Family Agave Family Animation: Monocot Life Cycle Figure 25.10: The ...

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Chapter 22 Plants with Seeds

Examples of gymnosperms include cycads, ginkgo, conifers and gnetops. Kingdom ... biloba The link between gymnosperms and angiosperms (note the fleshy seed) Monocot ...

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Plant Genomics:

... plant and dicot Oryza sativa (rice) --model monocot ... 3,000 Mb on 23 chromosomes -maize has 2,500 MB on 10 ... two different conditions on a microarray Examples: 1.

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Laboratory 1 - Vascular Plant Anatomy

Examples are found in diverse families, but are characterized by the following ... The typical monocot is represented by strap-shaped, bilaterally-symmetrical ...

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Chapter 9: Plant Organization

Monocot Versus Dicot Plants Flowering plants (angiosperms) are divided into two ... Examples of taproots that store food are found in carrots, beets, turnips, and ...

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List, describe and give four examples of the two classes of angiosperms. ... Part II: Examination of a Monocot Stem. Examine the prepared slide of a cross ...

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Roots, Stems and Leaves

Dr. Bibit Traut Botany 10 LAB Spring 2010 Roots, Stems and Leaves I. Roots (Rushforth pp.126-131) 1) The purpose of this lab is to examine roots and to ...

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Lab 10: Plant Taxonomy

Lab 10: Plant Taxonomy . Lesson Plan . Definitions (to ... When asked whether an angiosperm is a monocot or dicot ... Examples of lower vascular plants: Club mosses ...

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PowerPoint Presentation

Examples of clustering algorithms include the Unweighted ... flowering plants By adding Acorus, a non-cereal monocot ... Slide 6 Slide 7 Slide 8 Slide 9 Slide 10 Slide ...

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Lecture 1

Feb 10: Exam on all topics above. Feb 15: Site ... Monocot: globular, scutellar and coleoptilar stages. ... Embryo Rescue/ Wide hybridization (numerous examples)

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General Biology Lab Exam1 Review

10-15 questions from each lab ... You must know examples, structures and characteristics ... Monocot leaves- flower parts in 3s and 6s ...

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Ch. 27 - Plant Responses

Any green tissue with chloroplasts; Monocot endosperm, and ... c. Examples: Roses, carnations, dandelions, sunflowers

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Title Grasses and Forbs: A Major Difference

Investigative Question What are some of the differences between monocots and dicots?

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Plant Evolution, Structure and Function 7 days (some time spent on ...

10. Diagram the life cycle of a bryophyte. Label ... Give some examples. Use the diagram below to view ... Why do we now know that monocot and dicot ...

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Examples of enzymes and what they do. Transport across cell membranes: Simple diffusion ... moss, angiosperm, gymnosperm, conifers, evergreens, woody, pollen grains, monocot ...

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Structures, Processes, and Responses of Plants - Study Guide

1 Vascular Plants Nonvascular Plants Seed Producing Spore Producing Flowering Plants Cone-bearing Plants Monocots Dicots Name _____ Structures ...

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UNIT TWELVE: Plant Diversity Chapter Sections 23.1, 23.2, 24.2, 24.3, 25.1, 25.2, 26.1, 26.2 1. Describe evolution of modern plants from green algae and the ...

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Biology 102

Give 2 examples of monocot plants 2 examples of eudicot plants. What are the 3 types of primary meristem what plant tissue is produced by each?

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Crude Medicinal Drugs

II-Microscopical Examination (Anatomy) Transverse section in the leaf differs in monocot leaves than in dicot. ones. Monocot leaves : example, squill.

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examples. Crop Placement. 1 Horticulture. 2 Agronomy. 3 Horticulture ... name the type of plant and describe its characteristics, determine if monocot ...

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... genetics and phenotypic characteristics Monocot ... Slide 6 Slide 7 Slide 8 Slide 9 Slide 10 Slide 11 Slide 12 Slide 13 Slide 14 World Corn Exports Examples of ...

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Examples of taproot (carrot) and fibrous root (onion, grass) systems . 5. ... In this exercise we will compare dicot and monocot roots. A. Root Hairs

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Leaf Structure

13. Section ll 9. Gas exchange occurs through the of the leaf. 10. In dicot leaves most photosynthesis occurs in the 11. An outer protective layer of cells on the ...

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Stem Lab Monocot Stem Cross Section (Corn Stem)

Stem Lab Monocot Stem Cross Section (Corn Stem) View the slide under low, medium and high power. Sketch accurately and to scale, the cells that exist in the slice of ...

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Stems Leaves

1 STATION 1 Introduction to the stem The stem functions as the principal supporting organ in the plant body. The stem also hold and separates the leaves to improve ...

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June 20, 2011 9 Figure 1 . Monocot and Dicot The only authorized location of this file is PRINT THIS PAGE SPROUTING SEEDS Protocol and ...

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Introduction to Plants

Both monocot and dicot seeds develop in similar ways and have the same parts. ... Give two examples of plants that are dicots

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A monocot has one cotyledon and a dicot has two. Examples: monocots - grasses, corn, tulips, and palms. Dicots - roses, maples, oaks, peanuts, potatoes, etc.

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Botany 400 Exam 3 potential questions

Botany 400 Exam 3 potential questions 1. The primitive monocot flower is considered to possess 3 sepals, 3 petals, 6 stamens, 3+ separate carpels with nectar and ...

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46 RATIONALE Biology arose in a two fold manner - firstly, as a practising art towards exploring and improving a variety of usable plant and animal products as well ...

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Mader/Biology, 10/e Chapter Outlines

Examples: amino acids (monomers) are linked to form a protein (polymer); many nucleotides (monomers) are linked to form a nucleic acid (polymer). a.

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video slide

... structures, but thin cotyledons The embryo of a monocot ... See Figure 30.10 for a more detailed version of the ... carpel (or several fused carpels) of one flower (examples ...

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Grade 4

Show examples of each type of leaf, using various resources such as posters from the ... Define a dicot as a plant that has two seed leaves, or cotyledons, and a monocot is ...

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