Gen_Bio_II_study_guide_ch_29-S10

Gen_Bio_II_study_guide_ch_29-S10 - How are seed plants...

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Dr. Tyler General Biology II – Study Guide for Chapter 29 Define the following: Aggregate fruits Angiosperms Annuals Anther Accesory fruits Biennials Calyx Carpel Companion cell Cone Coniferophyta Conifers Corolla Cotyledons Cycadophyta Cycads Deciduous Dioecious Double fertilization Ecosystem services Embryo Endosperm Eudicots Evergreen Female gametophyte Fertilization Fiber Filament Flowering plants Flowers Food reserve Fruit Genetophyta Ginkgo Ginkgophyta Gnetales Gymnosperms Herbaceous Heterosporous Imperfect flowers Inflorescence Integuments Male gametophyte Megagametophyte Megasporangium Micropyle Microsporangium Monocots Monoecious Multiple fruits Ovary Ovulate cone Ovule Perennials Perfect flowers Petals Pistil Pollen grain Pollen tube Pollination Radicle Receptacle Secondary growth Seed Seed coat Seed cone Seed plants Sepals Sieve cells Simple fruits Sporophyll Sporopollenin Stamens Stigma Strobilus Style Tepals Tracheids Triploid Vessel elements Wood Woody plant Xylem Describe the major changes observed in the evolution from seedless to seed plants, through gymnosperms and angiosperms.
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Unformatted text preview: How are seed plants better adapted to terrestrial life, compared to seedless plants? • Outline the general life cycle of seed plants. • How did seed plants come to dominant terrestrial habitats? • What are the three generations found in a seed? How is a seed adapted to terrestrial habitats? • What are the major groups of gymnosperms and what are their characteristics? • Outline the general life cycle of pines. Identify the structures involved, and know to which generation each is a member. • What are the synapomorphies of angiosperms? Describe each of these, and how do they contribute to angiosperms? • Describe the evolutionary trends within the angiosperms. • Outline the general life cycle of angiosperms. Identify the structures involved, and know to which generation each is a member. • Describe the phylogeny of angiosperms. • Give a few examples of ecosystem services provided by terrestrial plants....
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course BSC 2011 taught by Professor Presley during the Spring '11 term at FAU.

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