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Flowers, Monocots and Dicots

Flowers, Monocots and Dicots

Flowers, Monocots and Dicots. Objectives: Students will be able to: identify the parts of flowers identify monocots and dicots. 1. 2. 1. 2. 1 & 2. Monocots vs. Dicots. FLOWER DISSECTION. Lily. A. B. D. C. Lily. B. C. A. Style. Stigma. Ovary. A. C. B. Anther. Stamen.

By jacob
(1607 views)

Sex for Food or How to Attract a Pollinator

Sex for Food or How to Attract a Pollinator

Sex for Food or How to Attract a Pollinator Joyce Cadwallader Christine Tuaillon Brian White Mimulus spp. M. Cardinalis Red High nectar M. Lewisii Pink Low nectar Guiding Questions: Currently reproductively isolated How did this evolve? Can we model this using population genetics?

By niveditha
(332 views)

Pollination and Fertilization in Flowering Plants

Pollination and Fertilization in Flowering Plants

Pollination and Fertilization in Flowering Plants. Plant Propagation. Pollination. Begins when a grain of pollen lands on a receptive stigma. It ends when a pollen tube punctures the embryo sac. Pollen Grain = Generative nucleus + Tube nucleus.

By jaden
(336 views)

Inheritance and Selection

Inheritance and Selection

Inheritance and Selection. Q1. What do we call getting characteristics from our parents?. A1. Inheritance . Q2. What do we call the process of choosing particular animals or plants to breed?. A2. Selection .

By Ava
(653 views)

Seed Plants

Seed Plants

Seed Plants. Gymnosperms & Angiosperms. What is a seed?. A seed contains an embryonic sporophyte Has a protective coat and enough nutrients to support the sporophyte until it is ready to germinate Seeds differ depending on their mode of species dispersal… eg . wind, animals, water etc.

By sai
(4783 views)

Angiosperms- Flowering plants

Angiosperms- Flowering plants

Angiosperms- Flowering plants. Key Features Produce seeds in fruit Flowers - promote pollination and fertilization Cross pollination or self pollination Fruit - protection and seed dispersal Endosperm - stored food for embryonic plant.

By turner
(212 views)

Gymonosperms mean naked seed. Seeds produced by gymnosperms like this Giant Sequoia.

Gymonosperms mean naked seed. Seeds produced by gymnosperms like this Giant Sequoia.

Gymonosperms mean naked seed. Seeds produced by gymnosperms like this Giant Sequoia. Most gymnosperms are trees, some are shrubs,most have needlelike or scalelike leaves. Gymnosperms are the oldest type of land plant. Cycads are about 175 million years old.

By tansy
(361 views)

Allergies

Allergies

Allergies. Immediate hypersensitivity Excessive IgE production in response to allergens (antigens). Allergic Reaction. B cells secretes allergen specific Ig Helper T release cytokines which tell B cells to make IgE B cell switches from IgG to IgE IgE binds to mast cells and basophils

By jam
(201 views)

Chapter 2	Human Evolution

Chapter 2 Human Evolution

Chapter 2 Human Evolution. What is Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection and how well accepted is it? What characteristics do humans have in common with our nearest nonhuman relatives and where do these characteristics come from?

By Samuel
(207 views)

I Breathe What?

I Breathe What?

I Breathe What?. Chemicals. Exhaust. Pollen. Dirt. Dust Storms. Can Dirt in the Air be a Good Thing?. How does dirt get in your house?. Windows Doors Air Conditioning Pets You!. Facts About Breathing. You breath about 26,000 times a day (16-18 breaths per minute)

By johana
(199 views)

Social Insects

Social Insects

Social Insects. Psychology 3107. Introduction. Many Insects live in hives, nests or what have you Definite roles for different castes, usually only one female that lays eggs Other females are ‘sterile’. An Example. The life history of the Bumblebee

By quintin
(142 views)

FLOWERS, POLLEN AND NECTAR

FLOWERS, POLLEN AND NECTAR

FLOWERS, POLLEN AND NECTAR. HONEYBEE ON OREGANO. HONEYBEE WITH FULL POLLEN SACK. PARTS OF A FLOWER. SOME PLANTS THAT ARE COMMON IN THE INLAND NORTHWEST. Alfalfa Sweet Clover Black Locust Vetch Star Thistle Knapweed Mint Hawthorn Honeysuckle Rapeseed. Tumbleweed Bindweed

By marnin
(141 views)

Mendel and His Peas

Mendel and His Peas

Mendel and His Peas. Genetics Part 1. Why don’t you look like a rhinoceros? The answer to this question seems simple: Neither of your parents is a rhinoceros. But there is more to this answer than meets the eye.

By jagger
(116 views)

Angiosperm Reproduction

Angiosperm Reproduction

Angiosperm Reproduction. Review: Plants are characterized by an alternation of generations. haploid (n) - gametophyte... reproduce sperm and eggs via mitosis. Fertilization results in a diploid zygote (grows into a sporophyte) diploid (2n) - sporophyte...

By nora
(160 views)

The Wonderful World of Green Plant Diversity and Evolution

The Wonderful World of Green Plant Diversity and Evolution

The Wonderful World of Green Plant Diversity and Evolution. Biol 366 Spring 2014. Tree of Life: The Big Picture. Bacteria. Archaea. Eukaryotes. now. membrane-bound nucleus, organelles, etc. >2 bya. >3.5 bya. ca. 4 bya. Fig. 1.1 from Simpson. Green plants share:.

By donkor
(135 views)

Nectar & Pollen Plants of Illinois

Nectar & Pollen Plants of Illinois

Bee Keeping Course: Session III – Managing the Colony. Nectar & Pollen Plants of Illinois. NECTAR. Nectar is a sweet liquid (mostly sugar and water) made in special glands called nectaries that are found on flowering plants. Necatries are most often found by the base of a flower’s petals.

By noleta
(130 views)

2012 District Lesson Seven Principles of Healthy Housing KEEP IT CLEAN

2012 District Lesson Seven Principles of Healthy Housing KEEP IT CLEAN

2012 District Lesson Seven Principles of Healthy Housing KEEP IT CLEAN. CECP Core Competencies: HOUSING & ENVIRONMENT. Cooperative Extension Curriculum Project:

By alma
(110 views)

Genetics & The Work of Mendel

Genetics & The Work of Mendel

Genetics & The Work of Mendel. Gregor Mendel. Modern genetics began in the mid-1800s in an abbey garden, where a monk named Gregor Mendel documented inheritance in peas used experimental method used quantitative analysis collected data & counted them excellent example of scientific method.

By jorn
(137 views)

LEAVES 23.4

LEAVES 23.4

LEAVES 23.4. Function. Photosynthesis Transpiration – pulling water up from the roots and out the leaves. Structure. Epidermis Upper – covered by cuticle Lower – contains stoma with guard cells. Cont. Palisade layer – many chloroplasts Mesophyll – many air spaces

By osmond
(97 views)

The Not so Pink of Pink - Eye By : Katherine Davis , RN

The Not so Pink of Pink - Eye By : Katherine Davis , RN

The Not so Pink of Pink - Eye By : Katherine Davis , RN. So What is Pink - eye anyway ?. Pink-eye is clinically known as Conjunctivitis; which literally translates to, inflammation of the conjunctiva, (The name for the mucous membrane on the inside of the eyelid).

By janice
(232 views)

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