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Photosynthesis/
Life Cycles/
Leaf
Cellular
Plant Diagram Features
Respiration
Leaf
Grab Bag
Arrangements
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What type of
organisms
perform
heterotrophic
nutrition?
Animals and Fungi
What are two
specific reasons
organisms have
for taking in
nutrients?
Growth
Repair
Synthesis
Energy
What are the
components that
photosynthesis
requires?
CO2, H2O, light
What are products
in the cellular
respiration
process?
CO2, H2O, ATP
What types of
organisms undergo
cellular
respiration?
All of them!
?
Shoot System
What do we call plants
that have no woody
parts above ground such
as ferns or flowering
plants?
Herbaceous
?
Internode
What is a perennial?
A plant that lives
for 2+ years
Biennials have a 2 year
life cycle. What is the
purpose of each year of
this life cycle?
1st year: store carbohydrates
2nd year: use carbohydrates to
form flowers and reproduce
What is the waxy
protective layer
that prevents water
loss on the outside
of the leaf called?
cuticle
This structure
contains
chlorophyll and
converts sun energy
into sugars.
Chloroplast
Cells that open and
close stomata
Guard Cells
What is the difference
between xylem and
phloem?
Xylem: transports
water
Phloem: transports
nutrients
What is the proper
name for the leaf
stalk of the leaf?
Petiole
What leaf
arrangement
contains leaves
staggered along the
stem?
Alternate
What is the
difference between
a simple and
compound leaf?
Simple leaves have
one leaf blade,
compound leaves
have several on the
same petiole.
What does a palmately
compound leaf look like?
Leaflets radiate
from one central
point, normally 3
or 5 leaflets
Which type of plant
(monocot or dicot) has
parallel venation?
Monocot
What is an example of a
plant that has a rosette leaf
arrangement?
Dandelion
What color of light
is best for plant
growth?
Blue
Why do plants tend
to grow more in
dark places?
They are trying to
find the light and
must grow to find
it.
What is the
purpose of paper
chromatography?
Allows pigments to
separate on the
paper.
What are the two
pigments found in
leaves?
Chlorophyll: green
Carotenoids:
red/yellow
What is the order used
for classification of an
organism?
Domain (often not even used)
Kingdom
Phylum
Class
Order
Family
Genus
Species
Make your wager
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