Biology - Plant Hormones and Reproductive Structures...

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Plant Hormones and Reproductive Structures
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Objectives Combine the principles of the Scientific Method and what you’ve learned about plant hormones to design an experiment Recognize the difference between sporophyte and gametophyte and know which is the dominate structure in the liverwort, moss, fern, gymnosperm and angiosperm. Identify the sporangia and gametangia structures on each of the plants. Observe numerous media, prepared slides, and preserved specimens to identify and learn the differences in the life cycles and structures of the plants listed. Observe a monocot and dicot flower to distinguish the differences and identify and label the parts in your notebook.
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From Plant Structure to Development Regulators that influence plant growth: Hormones – regulatory molecules that can be synthesized in one part of the plant, yet transported to another where it can take action Photoreceptors – pigments associated with proteins for processes that need the plant to be photoresponsive
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