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Today in Bio.…. Homework : New notebook Friday. Tue Week #3 Q.4(4/7) . Bio. Learning Goal: Review of Ecology and AIMS. Activities/Assignments : Graphing Review AIMS practice Tests. Have a Positive Attitude Make a Plan The Night Before The Morning of the Test Test Time

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Today in Bio.…

Homework:

New notebook Friday

Tue Week #3 Q.4(4/7)

Bio. Learning Goal: Review of Ecology and AIMS

  • Activities/Assignments:
  • Graphing Review
  • AIMS practice Tests
  • Have a Positive Attitude
  • Make a Plan
  • The Night Before
  • The Morning of the Test
  • Test Time
  • Manage Your Time
  • I\'m Stuck
  • Multiple-Choice Questions
  • Neatness Counts
  • I\'m Done!
  • https://www.teachervision.com/study-skills/teaching-methods/6390.html

Warm Up : None Today

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Today in Bio.…

Homework:

New notebook Friday

Tue Week #3 Q.4(4/8&9)

Bio. Learning Goal: Review of Ecology and AIMS

  • Activities/Assignments:
  • AIMS practice Tests
  • Have a Positive Attitude
  • Make a Plan
  • The Night Before
  • The Morning of the Test
  • Test Time
  • Manage Your Time
  • I\'m Stuck
  • Multiple-Choice Questions
  • Neatness Counts
  • I\'m Done!
  • https://www.teachervision.com/study-skills/teaching-methods/6390.html

Warm Up : None Today

introduction to plants
Introduction to Plants

Agenda:

Begin notes on plants on foldable

Warm Up:--on a sheet of paper please answer.

How do you think you did on AIMS? What helped? what did not? What could I change/add/delete for next year.

Homework: New notebook

Thurs&Fri April 10&11

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http://www.biologyjunction.com/plant_taxonomy_bi.htm

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Introduction to Plants

Mosses

Ferns

Bamboo

Create Foldable

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Nontracheophytes = non-vascular

=vascular

Plants probably evolved from green algae

kingdom plantae
KINGDOM PLANTAE

THE ORGANISMS IN THIS KINGDOM ARE VARIOUS TYPES OF PLANTS

Copy on front inside cover of foldable

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Overview of Plants:

  • All plants are multicellular & contain chlorophyll inside of chloroplasts
  • All plants are multicellular, eukaryotic organisms that reproduce sexually
  • Many medicines are produced by plants
  • Plants are very diverse & may be terrestrial or aquatic
  • Vary in size from 1 mm in width to more than 328 feet
  • May live a few weeks or some over 5000 years
  • More than 270,000 plant species identified, but new species still unidentified in tropical rain forests
how plant adapts to land
How Plant Adapts to Land
  • Solutions:
  • Roots absorb H2O & minerals
  • Lignin & cellulose in cell walls
  • Vascular Transport System
  • Waxy cuticle & stomata with guard cells
  • Pollen containing sperm

Problems:

  • Need minerals
  • Gravity
  • Increase in Height for Light
  • Adaptations for Drier environment
  • Reproduction

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water vs land plant
Water Vs.Land Plant

Cells

Land plants have a rigid cell wall for support

Water plants cells are less rigid and rely on the water to give them support.

Roots

Land plants have extensive root systems to find water, nutrients and footing, roots are also used for storage

Water plants many do not have roots and absorb nutrients through leaves

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2 Major Plant Groups:

Vascular & Non-Vascular

Vascular tissue: adapted to carry substances throughout the organism

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Mosses are food for animals & help form soil & keep it moist.

Nonvascular plants: http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=nopnvascular+plants&view=detail&mid=C331DAFFD5F36EC0D0D6C331DAFFD5F36EC0D0D6&first=0&FORM=NVPFVR

non vascular plants
NON-VASCULAR PLANTS
  • Lack vascular tissue
  • Use osmosis and diffusion to transport water and nutrients
  • Do not have “true” roots, stems, & leaves.
  • Reproduce by sperm & eggs formed at the tip of the “leafy stem”.
  • Need water source - grow on land near streams & rivers
  • Small and close to the ground
to do
To Do!
  • Go to back of page 12 and label SEEDS
  • Get a plastic cup and 2 seeds. 1 sunflower seed one bean seed.
  • On pg 12. create a detailed drawing of both seeds and put date next to drawing
  • Wet a paper towel (not soaking wet/not dry) put seeds into paper towel fold and put into cup.
  • Put name on cup and place into bin

6. Complete page 10 and 11 in notebook

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Friday 4/19

Agenda:

*Check - Practice worksheets pages 10 and 11 in notebook

*Check seeds-Water and draw any changes (DETAIL)

*Notes to Gymnosperms and Vascular Plants

Warm Up- -turn in warmup and reflection!

What does the term non-vascular mean?

How do non vascular plants get nutrients?

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to do1
To Do!
  • Go to back of page 12 and label SEEDS
  • Get a plastic cup and 2 seeds. 1 sunflower seed one bean seed.
  • On pg 12. create a detailed drawing of both seeds and put date next to drawing
  • Wet a paper towel (not soaking wet/not dry) put seeds into paper towel fold and put into cup.
  • Put name on cup and place into bin

6. Complete page 10 and 11 in notebook – COMPLETE

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vascular plants
Vascular Plants
  • Seedless – ferns have spores instead of seeds
  • Have seeds
    • Gymnosperms – seeds with no covering
    • Angiosperms – seeds with covering
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Ferns reproduce by producing spores on structures on the undersides of their fronds called sori. The fern plant which is the sporophyte produces spores which germinate on free ground growing a prothallus structure (the gametophyte) where the gametes are produced (sperm and eggs). Because of the fact sperm must swim from these structures ferns usually live in damp areas.

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ANGIOSPERMS

DICOT

MONOCOT

MOSSES

FERNS

GYMNOSPERMS

VASCULAR

NON-VASCULAR

PLANTS

Complete Gymnosperms Reading and Activity

introduction to plants1

4/17-18

Introduction to Plants

Agenda:

Check Grade

Organize notebook

Notes on non-vascular (Non-trachophytes) plants

Plant seeds

Practice worksheets pages 10 and 11 in notebook

Warm Up

Plants contain chlorophyll inside chloroplasts for what purpose?

Homework: None

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