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CHAPTER REVIEW You can use this document as a review after reading a chapter for the lab manual. This document  is  not  exhaustive. I may have left out some aspects of the lab, so it is imperative that you read the  manual before attempting to answer these questions. FLOWERING PLANT ANATOMY: 1. What is the relationship between seeds, ovary and flower? How do all these relate to the  fruit?  2. What are the factors that contribute to the dominating presence of flowering plants? 3. What are the primary organs for photosynthesis?  4. What are the differences between monocots and eudicots?  5. What are the three kinds of ground tissue?  6. What is the role of stomata?  7. What are the two kinds of sclerenchyma?  8. What are trichomes? And what is their purpose?  9. What is the functional  and strructural difference between trichomes and root hair?  10. What is the purpose of xylem and phloem? 
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course BIOL 112 taught by Professor Vaughn during the Fall '08 term at Texas A&M.

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