Fall 2007 001 Exam 1 Review
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Fall 2007 001 Exam 1 Review

Course Number: PSS 1411, Fall 2007

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Fall 2007 PSS 1411 001 Exam 1 Review For Exam 1 (19 September, 2007) please review your lecture notes and the textbook. You should pay key attention to the following topics: Areas of Horticulture: pomology, viticulture, olericulture, arboriculture, nursery management, turfgrass, design / build / maintenance, floriculture, interiorscaping, floral design, horticulture therapy, Differences between Horticulture and...

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2007 Fall PSS 1411 001 Exam 1 Review For Exam 1 (19 September, 2007) please review your lecture notes and the textbook. You should pay key attention to the following topics: Areas of Horticulture: pomology, viticulture, olericulture, arboriculture, nursery management, turfgrass, design / build / maintenance, floriculture, interiorscaping, floral design, horticulture therapy, Differences between Horticulture and Agronomy Plant Classification system: Taxa: order of rank from least to most diverse Differences within each taxon: Thallophytes, Bryophytes, Pteridophytes, Spermatophytes Angiosperms versus Gymnosperms Monocots versus Dicots Order name characteristics Family name characteristics Genus name characteristics Species name characteristics Plant nomenclature: system binomial characteristics What is a complete scientific name? Why are scientific names are used? Plant cell organelles: What process occurs in the nucleus, mitochondria, vacuole, chloroplasts, etc. Different plant pigments Cell types: Parenchyma Collenchyma Sclerenchyma Plant tissues: Epidermis, xylem, phloem, meristem Plant structures: Root types Stem types, nodes and internodes Leaf function, components, arrangement, morphology, venation, anatomy (epidermis, guard cells, stomata, etc.) Flower function, parts, classification (perfect, imperfect, monoecious, dioecious, complete, incomplete) Fruit parts, function, parthenocarpic fruit, dispersal methods Fruit types: simple fleshy: pome, berry, and drupe simple, dry: achene, samara, and nut

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