Science Notes: Ch. 10; Structure and Function                 of Plants
Science Notes: Ch. 10; Structure and Function                 of Plants
Levels of Organization
Adaptations to LandCuticleXylem up (water & minerals)Phloem down (sugars from psn)
Structures for Material         TransportM
Plant Life CycleTwo-staged: Sporophyte & Gametophyte
Plant ClassificationVascularnon-Vascular
Non-Vascular PlantsGrow lowRequire moisture & shadeNo vascular tissue; xylem/phloem
Examples of Non-vasculars
The Three Groups of Non-         vascular Plants...MossesLiverwortsHornworts
Vascular PlantsCan grow tallWater, nutrients, minerals, sugars move invascular tubes.3 Types...
1. Seedless Vascular Plants Reproduce with spores
Seedless Vascular Ferns Horsetails
Seed Plants:Characteristics...         Have vascular tissue         Reproduce with seeds and pollenTwo types...      Gymno...
2. Gymnosperm Vascular PlantsReproduce with seeds stored in a coneMeans “naked seed”Seeds function inplant survival of har...
Gymnosperm types... Conifers Cycads Ginkoes Gnetophytes
Seed StructureEmbryo = fertilized eggCotyledon = becomes leaf, may store food for growing embryo.
Gymnosperm life cycle...
3. Angiosperm Vascular PlantsReproduce with seeds stored in a fruit
Angiosperm fruit types..
More fruits with seeds...
Angiosperm flower structureKnow all these words by heart-quiz
Angiosperm life cycle...
The two types of angiosperms
Roots...
Stems...
Woody stem...
Leaf structure...
Controlling water loss...Stomata are pores on the underside of leaves.Transpiration is water loss from a plant.Stomata con...
Stomata under a leaf...
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  • Keynote; ch. 10; plants

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