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PLANTS

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Maia Suwala

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Transcript of PLANTS

Non-vascular

Plant Cells
Plant Structure
Plant Hormones
Types of Plants
Plant Reproduction
Plants
Works Cited
cell wall made of cellulose, rectangular
chloroplasts for photosynthesis (making food)
in addition, respiration for energy in mitochondria
no centrosomes + lysosomes
large + central vacuoles
plasmodesmata allow transportation between plants
Vascular
Gymnosperms
Angiosperms
different from animal cells
Tropism
ASEXUAL
SEXUAL

http://www.eolss.net/sample-chapters/c10/e5-24-04-05.pdf. Web. 22 May 2015.

http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/606659/tropism

http://plantsinmotion.bio.indiana.edu/plantmotion/movements/tropism/tropisms.html

http://www.mikecurtis.org.uk/asexual_reproduction.htm

http://sciencelearn.org.nz/Science-Stories/Seeds-Stems-and-Spores/Plant-reproduction-without-seeds

http://facweb.furman.edu/~lthompson/bgy34/plantanatomy/plant_shoot.htm#Plant Shoot System

orientation or response of a plant to a directional stimulus
types of tropism: phototropism, hydrotropism, thigmotropism, thermotropism, electrotropism, heliotropism, chemotropism, geotropism
chloroplasts
Bryophytes
Types of Tropism Explored
phototropism
light or colors of light
hydrotropism
water
electrotropism
electric field
heliotropism
sun
chemotropism
chemicals
Tracheophytes
geotropism
gravity
Roots
Flowers
Stem
Seedless Plant
Leaves
Seed Plants
Plant Transport system
Xylem
Phloem
Tracheids

Vessel Elements
Sieve Tube Elements
Companion Cells
BY: Kristen Masada, Maia Suwala, Prerana P. Sarma, and Megan Khong
thermotropism
temperature
thigmotropism
touch or contact

Shoot

SOME PLANTS REPRODUCE SEXUALLY AND ASEXUALLY
strawberries sent out runners AND make their own fruit with seeds
Pollination
cross pollination
self pollination
Fertilization
Germination
Non-flowering
binary fission
spores
Flowering
budding
runners
tubers
a.k.a. plant sex
Taproot
Ex. carrot,
dandelion


Fibrous roots
Ex. grass
Elongating cells

Region of dividing cells



Root cap
have nodes and leaves (how stems differ from roots)
Grow at apical meristems
Dicot:
Pith
Xylem
Vascular cambrium
Pholem
Cortex
Epidermis
Monocot:
PHOTOSYNTHESIS!
Netted or parallel venation
Gas exchange
Camouflage
Defense
What did the male stamen say to the female pistil?
I like your style!
regulate growth and development
biochemical substances produced in one part of a plant and transported elsewhere
ex: auxins increase length
THE MORE YOU KNOW
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