Roots, stem, leaves, flowers fruits and seeds, photosynthesis, For pass the chicken: Name 6 plant parts used in identification Names 3 uses of roots What is the root cap used for? What is the cortex used for in plants? – where food is stored in plants and where water and minerals are transported to the root Name 3 root types Give 2 examples of a taproot Give 2 examples of adventicions root Give2 examples of storageroots What is the advantage to having fibrous rooted plants near a water bed Phloem does what? What transport system carries nutrients up the stem? What plant produces food in its stem? Cactus What is the importance of a stem? Give 2 examples of a herbaceous plant Give 2 examples of a woody plant Why are woody plants harder? What is the inner most layer of a tree ring? pith How many layers of a tree did we discuss?6 What is more central than phloem in the cross section of a tree? Cambium What season do trees grow the most? Spring When referring to the rings of a tree, are the winter rings darker or lighter? Darker What is phototropism? Where is the filament on the flower structure? Where is the pistil? Where is the stamen Where is the anther? Where is the stigma? Where is the style? What plant has a simple leaf? What plant has a compound leaf? Name 3 ways one can identify a leaf? Venation, shape, margin, arrangement What is another term for venation? What are two different arrangements of leaves on a stem? Opposite, whorled, alternate? What does photo and synthesis mean? What 3 things are needed in order to perform photosynthesis? What texture is the epidermis of a leaf? What is on the underside of a leaf? What does stoma mean in Greek? When are stomata’s open? What is transpiration? A complete flower has how many regular parts? 4 Perfect flowers may lack what part and still be considered complete? Sepals or petals What would an imperfect flower lack? Stamen or pistil If a perfect flower has no petals or sepals that flower is said to be what? Naked What prefix is given to a word when it lacks something? A What is it called when a flower has a stamen but no pistil? Staminate If both staminate and pistillate flowers are on the same plant, what is it called? Monocot Explain a dicot plant? Different plants have different sexes. A male tree or a female tree. What is the purpose of a fleshy fruit? Name 10 fleshy fruits Give 3 characteristics of dry fruits How are seeds dispersed? Why do you have to water the soil before planting a seed?