I. Plant Kingdom

Plant Kingdom
A. The Basics: Plants have _________________cells and have many cells or are
__________________. They make their own food or are ______________, which means they
contain the green pigment____________ for ________________.
1. Plants have a waxy covering called a ___________that protects their ____________
and ____________ from _________________.
2. Plants have ___________ for structure.
3. Plants reproduce with ____________ and ____________. Their life cycle has _____
a. The stage that produces spores is called ___________ and the stage that produces
sex cells is called ______________.
B. Classification of plants. (fill in the concept map)
Plants without vascular tissue
Plants with vascular tissue
Ferns and Mosses
All other plants
Plants with 1 cotyledon
Plant with 2 cotyledons
C. The Vascular plants have _______________ that enables them to transports materials through
their bodies. (Pg. 284)
1. The vascular tissue that carries water and minerals from _________ to ________ is called
2. The vascular tissue that carries glucose from _________ to ________ is called
C. A cotyledon is a ___________ and it is used for_____________________
III. Plant Kingdom Continued
A. Plant reproduction.
1. Angiosperms carryout sexual reproduction using ______________.
a. For ____________ to occur _________ cells must reach __________ cells.
b. _______________ occurs when ___________ grains are transported from the ________ to
the __________.
c. After _____________ occurs, a __________ develops and the ovary develops a ________
around it.
d. Once conditions are good, the seed will _____________ and grow into a new plant.
Draw and explain figure 3 on page 302:
B. Photosynthesis
1. The 3 things plants need for photosynthesis are:
2. The 2 things plants produce during photosynthesis are:
3. The equation for photosynthesis is:
4. The glucose is broken down into energy (_______) by the process of ____________
C. Plants have a waxy covering called a _________ so the plant must take in CO2 and release O2
through small pores under the leaves called ____________. The stomata are opened and closed by
_________ ____________.
1. Gas exchange in a plant is called ____________________.
2. Draw and label a stomata and guard cells: (pg 306)
D. Plant responses:
1. When plants respond to their environment (or stimulus), it is called _____________.
a. Gravitropism is:
b. Phototropism is: