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THESE ARE SOME OF THE MORE IMPORTANT PICTURES TAKEN FROM THE NOTES COVERING CH 25, CH 27, CH 28 AND CH 29 Use the web site below for review questions: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_audesirk_bloe_7/1,8753,1139971,.html
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Chapter 25: Plant Reproduction and Development
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sepal petal stigma style anthers Be able to label these parts
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petal sepal anther filament stamen stigma style ovary carpel Be able to label these parts
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Zucchini Imperfect flowers Example of IMPERFECT flowers
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Pollen Is the Male Gametophyte Pollen develops within anthers of diploid sporophyte plants Pollen grains have tough protective coats that exhibit species-specific shapes and patterns
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endosperm cotyledons cotyledon Monocot Dicot Be able to label these parts
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Simple Fruits seed enlarged receptacle ovary tissue Derived from ovary of one flower Apples, peaches, cherries are good examples If given a fruit, be able to tell me what kind of fruit it is
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Aggregate Fruits Formed from the many carpels of a single flower Made up of many simple fruits attached to a fleshy receptacle Raspberries and blackberries are examples If given a fruit, be able to tell me what kind of fruit it is
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Multiple Fruits Formed from individual ovaries of many flowers that grew clumped together Examples: Pineapple Fig If given a fruit, be able to tell me what kind of fruit it is
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Flower Fruit zygote integument ovary fruit flesh seed coat embryo Be able to label these parts
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Chapter 27: Homeostasis & Organization of the Animal Body
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Negative feedback above set point below control center thermometer (sensor) heater (effector) heat output increases heat output decreases hypothalamus (control center) skeletal muscles (effector) heat output (shivering) increases heat output (shivering) decreases nerve endings (sensor) on off signal (temperature) to control center signal to turn on effector signal to turn off effector nerve signal (temperature) to control center nerve signal to turn off effector nerve signal to turn on effector Positive feedback control center effector sensor output level increases hypothalamus (control center) uterine muscles (effector) stretch receptors in cervix (sensor) uterus output level (contraction) increases signal to control center signal to turn on effector nerve signal to control center oxytocin release (signal to turn on effector) Understand the differences in + and – feedack mechanisms
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course BIOL 1002 taught by Professor Pomarico during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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