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chapter 27 review - Lecture 13 Chapter 27 The Plant...

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Lecture 13 – Chapter 27 – The Plant Kingdom: Seedless Plants B. Produce starch as a storage product C. Cellulose Cell Wall D. Form cell plate during cytokinesis II. Adaptations of Plants to Land A. Waxy cuticle 1. covers the aerial portion of a plant 2. prevents desiccation, or drying out, of plant tissue by evaporation 3. Because it covers the external surfaces of leaves and stems, however gas exchange through the cuticle between the atmosphere and the interior of cells is negligible B. Stomata 1. pores that facilitate gas exchange C. Multicellular Gametangia 1. fertilized egg develops into a multicellular embryo within the female gametangium 2. Antheridia produce sperm and Archegonia produce egg D. Alternation of Generations 1. The haploid portion of the life cycle is called the gametophyte generation because it gives rise to haploid gametes by mitosis 2. When two gametes fuse, the diploid portion of the life cycle, called the
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Martin during the Fall '08 term at Rutgers.

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chapter 27 review - Lecture 13 Chapter 27 The Plant...

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