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March22_Handout - Keep in mind that in some cases, these...

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Terms Node- Internode- Axillary bud- Rhizome- Stolon- Tuber- Petiole- Adventitious roots- Compound leaf- Major Concepts 1. The three basic plant cell types – how do you identify these cell types & what are the major function of each cell type? A. Parenchyma- B. Collenchyma- C. Sclerenchyma- 2. Organism organization – plants, like all organisms, have the basic organization shown below: Cells Tissues Tissue Systems Organs Whole Organism Differentiate between a simple and complex tissue.
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3. Plant vegetative organs. There are three basic vegetative organs in plants.
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Unformatted text preview: Keep in mind that in some cases, these organs can be highly modified. What are these organs and what are their major functions in plants A. ________________ B. ________________ C. ________________ How would you determine which organ you were examining? 4. What is an insectivorous plant? Where do these plants typical occur (i.e., what type of habitat?)? Which plant organ is tremendously modified in these organisms? Passive (or pitfall) traps have three basic zones. Diagram a typical pitfall trap and label these zones....
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