Plant Morphology-F2011-KEY

Plant Morphology-F2011-KEY - Plant Morphology 10 points...

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Plant Morphology 10 points PLNT 1213 Name: KEY FALL 2011 CWID: ______________________ Seat number: _________________ Section: __________________ Read Chapter 7, pages 187-201, 202-222. Answer the following questions before class . 1. What is the fruit of a grass species called? How is it identified? List the 5 characteristics. Grain, color, endosperm, type, shape, size 2. Describe the following terms: monoecious plant, dioecious plant, dicot, monocot. Monoecious plant- a plant with separate male and female flowers on the same plant (p. 194) Dioecious plant- plant species in which individual plants may have either male or female flowers, but not both (p. 194) Dicot- a subclass of flowering plants with two cotyledons (p.219) Monocot- a subclass of flowering plants with a single cotyledon (p.220) 3. Give two leaf related management practices that help with successful crop establishment. Photosynthetic surface, forage management and harvesting, drought management, light interception,
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2011 for the course PLNT 1213 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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