Lecture Notes 1
Diploid or haploid?
-Ascospores contained in a sac called the ascus.
- Each ascus contains eight ascospores
- Asci may be naked but are usually in fruiting body called ascocarp.
- Ascocarps em
Chapter 8 Notes
large buds surrounded by numerous fleshy leaves, with a small stem at the
resemble buds but differ from them in being composed almost entirely of
stem tissue, except for a few papery scale-like leaves sparsely coverin
Chapter 6 Notes
need to be constantly remade by meristems
artifically uniting stems or parts of stems of different but related varieties of
when leaves are attached to the t
Chapter 4 Notes
formed from membranes and have the appearance of stacked coins
found in grana, contain chlorophyll and other pigments used in
the liquid portion of the chloroplasts that contains enzymes involved in
Chapter 7 Notes
an organ or tissue in the earliest stage of development
gives rise to the epidermis
produces two tissues composed of parenchyma cells, such as the pith, and
a strand of xylem and phloem
Chapter 2 Notes
a plugging substance that is used to stop leakage form a plant's injury
unorganized thick tissue around an injury
the collective product of all the biochemical reactions taking place within an
Chapter 5 Notes
sieve tube members
phloem tissue cells that are relatively large cylindrical cells with narrower
tapered companion cells closely associated with them
tubes formed by sieve tube cells laid end to end
small porous re
Quiz 1 Review
the scientific study of plants
Scientist who study plants
Search for understanding the natural world using inquiry and
a tentative theory about the natural world
Lecture Notes 2
- Whether conidia are produced in chains or singly.
- Location of mycelium.
- Host specificity.
- Presence of one or several asci in each chasmothecium.
Fungal names based on asexual structures
Gray mold pat
Lecture 3 Notes
- Sporangia germinate by production of germ tube (hot weather) or release
Cellulose instead of chitin
- Coenocytic (lack cross walls)
- Large round oogoniu