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Objectives:

Objectives:

Objectives:. Define monocot Define dicot Determine the differences between monocots and dicots Identify plants and seeds that are monocots and dicots. Angiosperms. Diverse group contains most species of living plants. Flowering plants Seeds develop within fruit.

By gunda
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5 KINGDOMS

5 KINGDOMS

5 KINGDOMS. ANIMAL PLANT FUNGI PROTIST MONERA. Animal. heterotrophic , multicellular organisms with organs or tissues. All have a larval or embryonic stage of development. . Animal. Animals also exhibit different kinds of symmetry : asymmetry, spherical, radial, and bilateral

By emory
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Kingdom Plantae

Kingdom Plantae

Kingdom Plantae. General Characteristics:. Eukaryotes Multicellular; organized into tissues, organs and systems Cell walls present (cellulose) Autotrophs ; contain chloroplasts Reproduce sexually. General Characteristics. What Plants need: Sunlight to carry out photosynthesis

By rupert
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Life Science

Life Science

ORGANISMS : Made up of one or more cells . Move Respond to changes in their environment . Anything they respond to is called a stimulus, (ex. Dogs hearing a sound), the action is a response (wagging tail, barking)

By deliz
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CHAPTER 3: BIODIVERSITY

CHAPTER 3: BIODIVERSITY

CHAPTER 3: BIODIVERSITY. BIODIVERSITY – the differences that exist between the same species of living things. CLASSIFICATION – the method of classification organisms based on their physical similarities and differences. HABITAT – a natural place where plants and animals live.

By ovidio
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How are cotyledons different between monocots and dicots?

How are cotyledons different between monocots and dicots?

Date : May 14, 2014 Page : Table of Contents p.17 Vocabulary: Last 3 pages Warm-ups (all) Front Cover W.O.D : Monocot – “one seed leaf;” fibrous roots, parallel veins, and flowers with 3x petals. . Warm-Up Question : Name a common monocot .

By aloha
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How Plants Are Classified

How Plants Are Classified

How Plants Are Classified. Monocots Vs. Dicots. Essential Question. ?. How can plants be classified as monocots or dicots?. Monocots Monocotyledons. One food storage area Petals - three or multiples of threes Leaves – long and slender with parallel veins

By gallia
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Monocot vs. Dicot

Monocot vs. Dicot

Monocot vs. Dicot. 2 Classes of Angiosperm. Cotyledon- is the first leaf or pair of leaves produced by the embryo of a plant. Monocot - one leaf Dicot- two leaves. Roots. There are 2 types of roots: Fibrous (Monocot) Ex. Grass, lily, rice Taproots (Dicot)

By olathe
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Smilacaceae

Smilacaceae

Smilacaceae. Catbrier Family By Ashlyn Kuklock. Smilacaceae. 10-12 Genera 300-320 species Herbs, shrubs, and woody vines. Smilacaceae. Leaves alternate or opposite, simple, often leathery, and palmately veined Flowers perfect or imperfect Sepals-3 Petal-3 Stamens-6 Carpels-3

By honora
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Saturday, August 3, 2013

Saturday, August 3, 2013

Saturday, August 3, 2013. Activities today. NGSS core ideas covered (today and on Wednesday). Morning debriefing Ecosystem studies Habitat studies (soil sampling) Vegetation sampling and rangeland inventories

By qamar
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Let’s draw and label the life cycle of a mushroom

Let’s draw and label the life cycle of a mushroom

Let’s draw and label the life cycle of a mushroom. Please sketch the following diagram in your notes…it will be helpful in the future!. Kingdom Plantae. Biology 11 Mrs. LeBlanc September 22 nd , 2013. Kingdom Plantae. Multi-cellular Autotrophic Eukaryotic Cell walls made of cellulose

By temira
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Rants about PLANTS

Rants about PLANTS

Rants about PLANTS. Parts of a Plant. Flower: seed bearing structure Leaves: photosynthetic organ that contains vascular tissue Stem: supporting structure that carries water and nutrients between the roots and leaves Roots: underground organ that absorbs water.

By gerd
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Animal, Plant & Soil Science E4-11 Plant Growth Regulators

Animal, Plant & Soil Science E4-11 Plant Growth Regulators

Animal, Plant & Soil Science E4-11 Plant Growth Regulators. Interest Approach.

By alamea
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Leaves of Monocots have parallel veins (tubes), while Dicots have branching tubes.

Leaves of Monocots have parallel veins (tubes), while Dicots have branching tubes.

Roots of Monocots have fibrous roots, which spread out in all directions. Dicots have “taproots”, one main root. Stems of Monocots have scattered bundles of veins (tubes). In Dicots, bundles of tubes are neatly arranged in a circle.

By saeran
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Standard 10-A

Standard 10-A

Standard 10-A. Question 1. Which student has correctly classified each plant?. Student 1 C. Student 3 Student 2 D. Student 4 . Question 2.

By brilliant
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SeedFolks

SeedFolks

SeedFolks. vocabulary. germinate. To begin to grow: sprout. fruit. The edible part of a plant that developed from a flower- sweet, has seeds inside a flesh. vegetable. The stem, leaves, root or seed pod of a plant- typically savory. cultivate. To prepare and use soil for gardening.

By shay
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4-H/FFA Crops Career Development Event 2005-2010

4-H/FFA Crops Career Development Event 2005-2010

4-H/FFA Crops Career Development Event 2005-2010. Weed Plant Identification Photos Courtesy of Purdue Agronomy and Google Images. Barnyardgrass. Ligules and auricles are absent No hairs present on leaf surface Mid-vein is distinct Dense spikelets . Bitter wintercress.

By dezso
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Plant Classification & Identification

Plant Classification & Identification

Plant Classification & Identification. Junior High Agriculture. Life Cycle. Annual – completes life in one growing season Stages - germination, growth, flowering, death Examples – marigolds, corn, soybeans, impatiens, zinnias, wheat. Life Cycle.

By liana
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Animal, Plant & Soil Science E4-11 Plant Growth Regulators

Animal, Plant & Soil Science E4-11 Plant Growth Regulators

Animal, Plant & Soil Science E4-11 Plant Growth Regulators. Interest Approach.

By margot
(130 views)

Leaf Classification

Leaf Classification

Leaf Classification . 5th Grade Living Systems Investigation 2 “Vascular Plants” . Classification. Classify : scientists organize, or classify, things by putting them in groups based on similar properties or behaviors. Classification helps scientists think about concepts or efficiently. .

By lorene
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