Vascular bundles are randomly spread through out the stem Vascular bundles are arranged in a ring Parallel venation in leaves Floral organs are in multiples of 3 Floral organs are in multiples of 4 or 5 New roots form from the stem New roots branch from pre-existing roots 9. Upper epidermis - Consists of a single layer of cells found on the upper surface of the leaf. It is covered by a thick waxy cuticle.
Please refer to your own notes, handouts, and to the textbook Stern, K. This web page does not include information found in various handouts and related materials e. You will be evaluated over this information as well.
If you note any errors in the following document, I'd appreciate it if you would bring this to my attention. Introduction to Course - Day 1 Instructor of Record: Reviewed course policy, emphasis on grade evaluation, examination format, testing dates, make-up policy, etc. Reviewed general information found in syllabus e.
How to be successful in this botany course! Read book reading assignments listed in the syllabusexams will cover both lecture and reading assignments. Beginning of chapters have an outline and a chapter overview: Bold-faced headings and terms - know these terms or concepts.
Review Questions - some test and quiz questions will be based on review questions at the end of the chapter. Look at diagrams and figures given in each chapter that is covered. Re-write your lecture notes the same day these are given.
Cross-reference your notes with the ones posted on the internet. The Department of Biological Sciences also offers free tutoring for students who are enrolled in this and other to level undergraduate biology courses.
Contact LSE for more information. Lecture and Topic Outline Plants - common examples e. Role of plants in the biosphere. Activities associated with plant life and life in general.
Plants - Common examples and biodiversity Name a plant! Duckweed, geranium, apple tree, oak tree, dandelion, algae, redwood tree, carrot, etc.
Plants come in different shapes, sizes. Some are short-lived, others live for hundreds of years. Plants have adapted to a wide variety of habitats, and methods of reproducing and dispersing themselves. Wilson in his book, "The Diversity of Life" there are aboutspecies of higher plants i.
There are about 26, species of algae. Sedentary Plants don't move about. Modular construction - repeating units due to localized areas of growth meristems ; plants grow at their tips and outward in girth.
Different modules perform specific functions Roots - anchorage and absorption of water and dissolved nutrients.SNC2D Grade 10 Academic Science – Biology Notes. Thanks, Jennifer! SNC2D Biology Review. Cell Theory: all living things are made up of at least one or more cells and their products -the cell is the simplest unit that can carry out life processes SNC2D Grade 10 Academic Science Biology Plant .
SNC2D Grade 10 Academic Science – Biology Notes.
Thanks, Jennifer! SNC2D Biology Review. Cell Theory: all living things are made up of at least one or more cells and their products -the cell is the simplest unit that can carry out life processes SNC2D Grade 10 . Examples of sources are parts of the plant where photosynthesis is occurring (stems and leaves) and storage organs where the stores are being mobilized.
Examples of sinks are roots, growing fruits and the developing seeds inside of them. Distinguish between pollination, fertilization, and seed dispersal.5/5(1).
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|The Biology Corner||Early botany[ edit ] An engraving of the cells of corkfrom Robert Hooke 's MicrographiaBotany originated as herbalismthe study and use of plants for their medicinal properties. Examples of early botanical works have been found in ancient texts from India dating back to before BC,   in archaic Avestan writings, and in works from China before it was unified in BC.|
|Biology Study Guides - SparkNotes||As plants moved onto land, they had to adapt. They had to deal with:|
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