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Unformatted text preview: Re-look at:Figure 30.1Table 30.1Table 31.2STILL NEED:Simple fruits form from one ovary and no more (apple, pear)Accessory fruits any fruit that has a significant part of it as fleshiness.Berry any fruit that is fleshy throughoutDrupe fleshy fruit that have a stony pit formed from the ovule (cherry, peach)Achene dry fruit wall surrounding a seed (sunflower seed)Terpenes hydrocarbon chain secondary metabolite DNA barcodes DNA sequences that are used to identify and catalog (in plants, look for a plastid for cataloguing)Gametophytic self-incompatibility when a pollen grain lands on a stigma, if the pollen grains alleles match any of the stigmas, then the pollen tube will not grow.Sporophytic self-incompatibility when a pollen grain lands on a stigma, if the pollen grain coats alleles match any of the stigmas, then the pollen tube will not growChapter 30Vocab Integuments in plants, a modified leaf that encloses the megasporangium to form an ovulePhragmoplast a plant organelle involved in the construction of cell plate that produces an intervening cell wall b/w 2 dividing plant cellsPlasmodesmata a membrane-lined, ER-containing cannel that connects the cytoplasm of adjacent plant cellsHeterospory in plants, the formation of 2 different types of spores, microspores & megaspores; microspores produce male gametophytes and megaspores produce female gametophytesChapter 31Figures that you should know31.131.731.931.1431.1531.21Tables31.2ConceptsImportant conceptsFlower developmentDouble fertilizationDevelopment of seedsTypes of fruitsVocabularyWood a secondary plant tissue composed of numerous pipelike arrays of dead, empty, water-conducting cells whose walls are strengthened by an exceptionally tough secondary metabolite known as ligninVascular cambium a meristematic tissue of plants that produces both wood and inner bark...
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2008 for the course BIO 240 taught by Professor Evans during the Fall '08 term at Hope.

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