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Unformatted text preview: 510F-1 PLANT ANATOMY, GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT AG 510 - F UNIT OBJECTIVE After completion of this unit, students should be able to match terms and definitions, identify the parts of a plant and match functions and plant parts. Students should also be able to select requirements for good seed germination and list factors that cause poor germination. This knowledge will be demonstrated by completion of the unit test with a minimum of 85 percent accuracy. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES AND COMPETENCIES After completion of this unit, the student should be able to: 1. Match terms associated with plant growth and development to the correct definitions. 2. Name the three stages of plant growth and development. 3. Name three requirements for good seed germination. 4. Label a drawing showing the parts of a monocot and dicot seed. 5. Arrange in order the stages of germination for a monocot and dicot seed. 6. Select factors that cause poor seed germination. 7. Label a drawing showing the four primary parts of a plant. 8. Match functions of plant parts to the correct part. 9. Name two types of root systems. 10. Label a drawing showing the parts of a stem. 11. Label a drawing showing the plant tissues in a monocot and dicot stem. 12. Match stem modifications with the correct description. 13. Select conditions affecting the vegetative growth of crop plants. 14. Name the three vegetative growth stages of small grains. 15. Name the four vegetative growth stages of corn. 16. Describe sexual reproduction in plants. 17. Describe asexual reproduction in plants. 18. Arrange in order the life cycle of a flowering plant. 19. Label a drawing showing the parts of a complete flower. 510F-2 20. Match the type of flower to the correct description. 21. Match the types of pollination to the correct description. 22. Name three ways pollen is moved. 23. Explain the process of fertilization in plants. 24. Define the two basic types of plant tissue. 25. Identify the correct types of meristematic and permanent tissues when given a description of each. 26. Study cells. 27. Study cell parts. 28. Describe how animal cells differ from plant cells. 29. Discuss how monocot stems differ from dicot stems. 30. Examine roots and stems. 31. Examine root growth. 32. Observe the structure and function of flowers. 33. Study flower functions in reproduction. 34. Observe the development of seed parts into young plants. 35. Observe plant growth. 36. Study plant reproduction without seeds. 37. Grow a bean plant. 38. Grow plants from seeds. 39. Produce rooted cuttings. 510F-3 PLANT ANATOMY, GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT AG 510 - F SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES I. Suggested activities for instructor A. Order materials to supplement unit....
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course BSC 2010 taught by Professor Thomas during the Spring '07 term at University of Central Florida.

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Ag 510-F - 510F-1 PLANT ANATOMY, GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT AG...

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