Population: group of individuals of same species in same area and interbreed, producing
Microevolution: small-scale evolution, change in allele frequency in population over
Macroevolution: broad pattern of evolution
1. What are the 3 major plant tissue systems and what is their function?
Dermal-out protective covering
Epidermis (stomata, cuticle): epidermis has specialized characteristics in each organ.
Root hair absorption of water and mine
10. Describe the steps involved in water transport and sugar translocation in plants.
1. Transpiration: loss of water from leaves
Diffusion of water vapor from humid air inside leaf to drier air outside
1. What makes up the environment?
The environment includes both abiotic and biotic parts.
Abiotic: nonliving components, chemical and physical factors such as temperature, light, water,
Biotic: living components, all the organism
1. How does energy flow through an ecosystem?
Flows through ecosystem
E enters as sunlight autotrophic organisms covert it to chemical energy
(organic compounds of food) heterotrophs (food processing)
Neuron- nerve cell
Cell Body- most of neurons organelles, including nucleus
Dendrites- highly branched extension that receive signal form other neurons
Axon- longer extension of neuron that transmits signals from other neurons
Myelin sheath- in