lab 06 plants - achene cypsela nut nutlet caryopsis samara...

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Plant Lab 06
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Plant Parts
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Flower Parts
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Flower Part Terms Petal Stigma Style Ovary Ovule Receptacle Flower stalk Nectary Sepal Filament Anther
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Flower Types Perfect Flower Both the male parts and female parts in the same flower. Examples: roses, lilies, and dandelion. Imperfect Flower all male parts or all female parts, but not both in the same flower. Examples: cucumbers, pumpkin, and melons. perfect imperfect
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Monocot vs Dicot
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Sword- shaped Lance- shaped Ovate elliptic round cordate Oblanceolate spatulate rhomoid lobed Spear-shaped pinnatisect pinnate bipinnate tripinnate trifolate palmate digitate rosette whorled peltate perfoliate opposite alternate Basic leaf shapes
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FLESHY FRUITS Berry Drupe Aggregation of Drupes Pome Hespiridium Pseudocarp
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Dry Dehiscent Fruits . follicle legume lomentum silique Valvate capsule Porose capsule Circumscissle Capsule
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Dry Indehiscent Fruits
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Unformatted text preview: achene cypsela nut nutlet caryopsis samara Plant Parts Quiz 1. Which part of the leaf has the main function to carry out photosynthesis? 2. The petiole is part of which plant organ? 3. Where on the stem are the axillary buds attached? 4. From what plant part does the shoot develop? Assignment • Identify 20 leaf shapes. • Draw an outline and vein patterns in your field book • Bring a small sample back for identifying plant parts (don’t take from the Hawaiian garden) • Bring a flower back for identifying flower parts (don’t take from the Hawaiian garden and one per group). Draw in field book. • Is it perfect or imperfect? • Go to the grocery store or China Town and identify 20 types of fruits or seeds (due next week) Refer to plant lab document...
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2011 for the course BIOL 101 taught by Professor Wong during the Fall '09 term at University of Hawaii, Manoa.

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