060130 study guide exam 1 - BIOLOGY 1120 Review sheet for...

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B IOLOGY 1120. Review sheet for BIOL 1120 Exam 1. Below are many open-ended statements about land plants and related topics which were addressed in lecture or in the textbook reading assignments. These are provided to help you review the material covered in this segment of the course. It may be useful for you to use this to study in groups. A ___________ leaf has two or more leaflets. A fern spore germinates into a small, green filmy heartshaped structure which is the ____________ . A flower is large and deep red, has petals forming a tube, produces abundant nectar, and blooms during the day time. It is likely pollinated by: A free-living gametophyte, small yet photosynthetic, is the smaller life cycle phase in the __________ . A group of plants which produce flowers and fruits is the ___ A plant which produces male and female parts on separate individuals is termed ___ A tree has small, asexual flowers with no nectar nor fragrance. Abundant pollen is produced on male flowers and female flowers have extended and exposed stigmas. It is likely pollinated by. .. After the zygote is formed at syngamy, many rounds of ____________ occur as the embryo begins to grow. All of the following are characteristic of angiosperms EXCEPT All of the following plant structures are adaptations specifically for terrestrial environment EXCEPT An alternation of generations in plants refers to: An ancient group of seed plants with only one living species is the ___ An important difference between typical land plants and higher animals is that: Animals need plants for: Areas of actively dividing cells are referred to as ______________________(s). Asexual reproduction is . ... Be familiar with the life cycle of mosses, ferns, conifers and angiosperms, and how they differ? Chloroplasts do NOT have: Coevolution between Angiosperms and animals is clearly evident in all of the following EXCEPT: Fleshy fruits are generally dispersed by _____________. Flowering plants produce _______ or microspores in their anthers. Fruits develop from the matured _____ and attached tissues. Functions of roots include all of the following EXCEPT: Green plants are regarded as autotrophic because: Heterospory refers to the condition of some plants in which How do mineral nutrients enter the plant body directly from the environment?
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In ferns, what does the spore become? In gymnosperms and angiosperms, the seed develops from the fertilized _____________.
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This note was uploaded on 06/19/2008 for the course BIOL 1120 taught by Professor Joplin during the Spring '07 term at East Tennessee State University.

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060130 study guide exam 1 - BIOLOGY 1120 Review sheet for...

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