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Explain how the structure of a leaf contributes to the function of photosynthesis.
Explain the process of soil formation by weathering.
In not more than three sentences, explain why a plant placed in a window grows toward the light.
Identify two environmental factors that affect the germination of seeds. Then list the adaptations of seeds to deal with each environmental factor.
Provide a sentence explanation of how each of the following structures can reproduce asexually: suckers used to propagate plants, corms, stolons. BONUS: Identify one representative plant that is capable of each type of reproduction.
Give examples of how plants and animal pollinators have coevolved.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of both sexual and asexual reproduction?
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Provide a brief explanation of how each of the following structures can be used to propagate plants asexually: suckers, corms, stolons. Give an example of each. 2. Corrected_text: What are stomata? What are the costs and benefits a plant must “decide” upon in terms of keeping stomata open or closed? 3. Corrected_text: What are the 3 types of tissues that comprise the ground tissue system, and what are their functions? 4. Corrected_text: What two tissues transport materials throughout the entire plant body? Briefly, how is their structure different?
Text: How does photosynthesis occur in plants? Plants produce water, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and sugar. Leaf adaptations minimize loss of water through modified structures like needles in cacti, a waxy cuticle, or other methods. Plants undergo both photosynthesis and cell respiration. The main function of a chloroplast is to trap solar energy and transform it into chemical energy, which is then used to convert glucose into usable ATP.
What does a plant need in order to carry out photosynthesis? Water, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and sugar.
The main function of stomata is to allow carbon dioxide to enter the leaf, while also allowing oxygen to enter and preventing excessive transpiration. They also help protect the leaf from physical damage and assist in the transportation of water throughout the plant.
Explain how each of the following features helps a plant with the process of photosynthesis (i.e., what is the purpose of each feature as it relates to photosynthesis)? Thin/flat leaves with palisade mesophyll and spongy mesophyll.(6) A waxy cuticle.Stomata with guard cells.What are the two phases of photosynthesis, and what is the basic purpose of each phase? Phase one: purpose/goal.Phase two: purpose/goal.
Task 3: Now we’re here – LeavesPredict: How will your tonicity affect the stomata of your leaf?Hypotonic SolutionIsotonic SolutionHypertonic SolutionDescribe the main function of guard cells, stomata, and chloroplasts.Describe and draw the leaf venation for the Brassica rapa and corn leaf. How are they different?Brassica rapa leafCorn leafList three ways you can differentiate between most monocots and eudicots. What major contribution does photosynthesis provide for leaves? Using the following diagram, label the inputs and outputs of photosynthesis and identify the main plant organ that contributes to the inputs (contributions).
Text: cXa S[LOV RJiqe Name the plant structure that plants use to absorb water. Don’t overthink it. The equation summarizes photosynthesis. During the process of photosynthesis, oxygen is released. What molecule serves as the source of the released oxygen? Photosynthesis versus cellular respiration. Do plants use both CO2 and O2? Hint: maybe one is used to make food and the other to make ATP. What is the name of the cellular process used by plants to make their own organic compounds? Ultimate energy source for food production. The molecule that absorbs light energy during the process of photosynthesis. What is the role of CO2, H2O, and solar energy in photosynthesis? Where are the plant’s photosynthetic organelles located? What is the organelle for photosynthesis? What structure do plants use to perform gas exchange (i.e. exchange CO2 and O2)? The two stages of photosynthesis are light-dependent and light-independent stages. What is the source of energy that powers each stage?…
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