Name 3 out of the 5 characteristics of plants?
3. Cell walls made of cellulose
4. Carry out photosynthesis
5. They have a green pigment called chlorophyll.
All plants evolved from
Bryophytes do not have vascular tissue. How do they get water?
They draw up water by osmosis.
What are the veins called that transport water and nutrients through plants?
Xylem and Phloem
What type of plant has these characteristics?
1. Leaves-branching veins
2. Flowers-petals in multiples of
3. Vascular bundles in stemarranged in a ring
5. Two seed leaves
What is the sex cell for plants?
What are the 3 main tissue systems in plants?
Ground, dermal, and vascular
What are the 3 main organs in seed plants?
Roots, Stems, and Leaves
Which part of the plant does not contain chlorphyll?
Which part of the plant carries out photosynthesis?
In which organelle does photosynthesis take place?
What are 2 of the final products of cellular respiration?
ATP (Energy), Carbon
Where does cellular respiration take place?
What is the photosynthesis equation?
What is baby plant tissue that has not yet become specialized yet .
The _________________ is the tip of the root that grows and makes the roots and stems longer.
Give an example of a taproot, fibrous root?
What is the main function of the stem?
They transport substances between the roots and the leaves
What is A? What is it’s function?
Cuticle, waxy covering that prevents water loss
Which letters represent the stomata and guard cells?
Which letter represents xylem and phloem?
What is transpiration?
“Plant sweat”- the loss of water through the stomata of the leaves
Which structure provides an increased surface area for the plant?
Pollen is produced by which part of the plant? BE