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AP biology – 12/15. Lab 9 data, Topics to review for the test, Review questions. I. Lab 9 Data. Use the Leaf Trace Method to calculate the total surface area of the leaves of the plant used in the lab. We use only the class average data

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Ap biology 12 15

AP biology – 12/15

Lab 9 data, Topics to review for the test, Review questions


I lab 9 data

I. Lab 9 Data

  • Use the Leaf Trace Method to calculate the total surface area of the leaves of the plant used in the lab.

  • We use only the class average data

  • Adjust your lab procedure to setting up a whole plant not the potometer

  • Skip tables 9.1, 9.2 from your lab report

  • Unit of Table 9.3 should be g/m2

  • The rate for Analysis #1 should be calculated as water loss (in grams)/day/square meter


Mass g of zebrina plants over 5 days on various treatments

Mass (g) of Zebrina plants over 5 days on various treatments:


Ii topics to review for the test

II. Topics To Review for the Test

  • Microscopy and cell fractionation (Ch. 6)

  • The prokaryotic cell (Ch. 6)

  • Bacteria and Archaea (Ch. 27 ?)

  • Bacterial Genetics (Ch. )

  • Eukaryotic cell organelles (Ch. 9)

  • The cell membrane (Ch. 7)

  • Transport processes (Ch. 7)

  • Evolution and characteristics of Plants (Ch. 29)

  • Alternation of generations in plants (Ch. 29 – 30)


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  • Characteristics of seedless plants (Ch. 29)

  • Plant adaptations to dry land (Ch. 29-30)

  • Characteristics of seed plants (Ch. 30)

  • Double fertilization of angiosperms (Ch. 30)

  • Flower structure (Ch. 30)

  • Monocot and eudicot characteristics (Ch. 30)

  • Plant organs (Ch. 35)

  • Plant tissue types (Ch. 35)

  • Plant cell types (Ch. 35)

  • Cross section of a eudicot root (Ch. 35)

  • Cross section of a eudicot stem with primary and secondary growth (Ch. 35)


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  • Cross section of a leaf (Ch. 35)

  • Comparing primary and secondary growth in eudicot plants (Ch. 35)

  • Diffusion and active transport in higher plants (Ch. 36)

  • Water potential (Ch. 36)

  • Apoplastic and symplastic movement (Ch. 36)

  • Uptake of water and nutrients from the soil into the root (Ch. 36)

  • Transport of water and minerals in the xylem (Ch. 36)

  • The opening and closing of stomata (Ch. 36)

  • Movement of organic materials in the phloem (Ch. 36)


Iii review questions

III. Review Questions

  • Draw and label the parts of a prokaryotic cell

  • List the three ways that genetic diversity is increased in prokaryotes

  • Describe bacterial conjugation

  • Differentiate between Gram + and Gram – bacteria.

  • Draw and label the parts of an animal cell. Name the function of each organelle.

  • Draw and label the parts of a plant cell. Name the function of each organelle.

  • Draw and label a chloroplast and a mitochondrion


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8. Follow the making and processing of a protein in a eukaryotic cell.

9. Draw and label the parts of the cell membrane

  • Compare and contrast active and passive transport

  • Describe the behavior of animal and plant cells in hypotonic, isotonic and hypertonic solutions.

  • Describe the various types of active and bulk transport

  • List five characteristics of plants

  • Describe the characteristics of Bryophytes


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15. Describe the characteristics of Pterophytes.

16. Describe the alternation of generations of plants. Differentiate between the various groups of plants.

17. Describe the adaptations of Gymnosperms and Angiosperms to dry land

18. Describe the characteristics of Gymnosperms

19. Describe the characteristics of Angiosperms

20. Describe double fertilization

21. Draw and label the parts of a plant.

22. List and describe the various tissue and cell types of plants.


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23. Draw and label the following:

a. cross section of a root

b. cross section of a eudicot primary stem

c. cross section of a monocot primary stem

d. cross section of a eudicot secondary stem

e. cross section of a leaf

f. cross section of a flower

24. Describe what water potential is

25. Explain the movement of water via the symplastic and apoplastic route

26. Describe the movement of water in the xylem

27. Explain the opening and closing of stomata

28. Describe the movement of organic substances in the phloem.


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