Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Keynote; ch. 10; plants
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Keynote; ch. 10; plants

1,430

Published on

plants, botany, structure, function, reproduction

plants, botany, structure, function, reproduction

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
1,430
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
45
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • \n \n
  • Transcript

    • 1. Science Notes: Ch. 10; Structure and Function of Plants
    • 2. Science Notes: Ch. 10; Structure and Function of Plants
    • 3. Levels of Organization
    • 4. Adaptations to LandCuticleXylem up (water & minerals)Phloem down (sugars from psn)
    • 5. Structures for Material TransportM
    • 6. Plant Life CycleTwo-staged: Sporophyte & Gametophyte
    • 7. Plant ClassificationVascularnon-Vascular
    • 8. Non-Vascular PlantsGrow lowRequire moisture & shadeNo vascular tissue; xylem/phloem
    • 9. Examples of Non-vasculars
    • 10. The Three Groups of Non- vascular Plants...MossesLiverwortsHornworts
    • 11. Vascular PlantsCan grow tallWater, nutrients, minerals, sugars move invascular tubes.3 Types...
    • 12. 1. Seedless Vascular Plants Reproduce with spores
    • 13. Seedless Vascular Ferns Horsetails
    • 14. Seed Plants:Characteristics... Have vascular tissue Reproduce with seeds and pollenTwo types... Gymnosperms Angiosperms
    • 15. 2. Gymnosperm Vascular PlantsReproduce with seeds stored in a coneMeans “naked seed”Seeds function inplant survival of harshconditions
    • 16. Gymnosperm types... Conifers Cycads Ginkoes Gnetophytes
    • 17. Seed StructureEmbryo = fertilized eggCotyledon = becomes leaf, may store food for growing embryo.
    • 18. Gymnosperm life cycle...
    • 19. 3. Angiosperm Vascular PlantsReproduce with seeds stored in a fruit
    • 20. Angiosperm fruit types..
    • 21. More fruits with seeds...
    • 22. Angiosperm flower structureKnow all these words by heart-quiz
    • 23. Angiosperm life cycle...
    • 24. The two types of angiosperms
    • 25. Roots...
    • 26. Stems...
    • 27. Woody stem...
    • 28. Leaf structure...
    • 29. Controlling water loss...Stomata are pores on the underside of leaves.Transpiration is water loss from a plant.Stomata control gasses going in and water leaving a plant.Photosynthesis involves gasses, glucose, and water...
    • 30. Stomata under a leaf...

    ×