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Name of student ____________________________BIOL 10Plant LabCOASpr 2020online1. TYPES OF PLANTSA. Referring to your Powerpoint file entitled “Plant Lab – Intro”, answer the following questions:Q1. The four principal types of plants are: 1. 2. 3. 4. B. Review the difference between Monocotyledon and Dicotyledon Plants (refer to Plant Lab – Intro)Q1. Of the four categories above, into which category do the monocot and dicot plants fall?Q2. List five (5) features of MONOCOTS.Q3. List five (5) features of DICOTS.2. SEEDS (refer to the Powerpoint entitled “Plant Lab – Seeds”)A.  Review the difference between Monocotyledon and Dicotyledon SeedsQ1. What is a cotyledon? (Internet search)Q2. Is a bean seed a monocotyledon or a dicotyledonseed? (Circle the correct answer.)Q3.  Is a corn seed (kernel) a monocotyledon or a dicotyledon seed? (Circle the correct answer.)B. More questions related to seeds….Q1.  Why do you think the plant expends energy to create such items as fruits and nuts?Q2. What is one difference between Gymnosperm seeds and Angiosperm seeds?3. ROOTS (refer to the Powerpoint entitled “Plant Lab – Roots”)A. General questions:Q1.  What is the purpose of roots? (Internet search)B. View demo of Tap root vs Fibrous root (see “Plant Lab – Roots” PPT)Q1. Describe the difference between a tap root and a fibrous root?Q2. What may be some benefits for a tap root? C. Viewing the images included in the PPT “Plant Lab – Roots”, answer the following question: 
Q1. What is a vascular cylinder or a stele? (Internet search)Q2. Where in the root does the vascular cylinder appear in a monocot plant? Look at the slide with the cross-section of a monocot root and describe the location of the vascular cylinder.Q3. Where in the root does the vascular cylinder (stele) appear in the dicot plant? Describe the location. 4. STEMS (refer to the PPT entitled “Plant Lab – Stems”)A. Review the Powerpoint entitled “Plant Lab – Stems” and answer the following questions:Q1.  What is the function of stems?Q2: The transport system in vascular plants happens in vascular tissue, which exists in two forms – xylem and phloem.1. What is the purpose of the xylem?2. What is the purpose of the phloem?Q3: What is a vascular bundle?B. Review how “Plants grow in two ways…” PPT slides Q1. What is the purpose of the apical meristem?Q2. What is the purpose of the lateral meristem?  5. LEAVES (refer to the PPT entitled “Plant Lab – Leaves”)A. Observe the leaf poster and leaf model Q1. What is the purpose of a leaf?Q2.  Hypothesize (make a statement) as to why leaves are shaped the way they are. Leaves are shaped the way they are……Q3.  What is a chloroplast and why is it important to the plant?Q4.  What is a stoma (plural = stomata) and why is it important to the plant?6. FLOWERS (refer to the PPT entitled “Plant Lab – Flowers”)A. Observe the flower model (or, in this case, images included in the PPT on Flowers)Q1. Which is the female part of the flower?  Name the parts.Q2. Which is the male part of the flower?  Name the parts.B. Compare two flowers, one simple and one compound in structure (refer to the PPT on Flowers)Q1.  What is the difference between Simple Flowers and Compound Flowers? Specifically, how many reproductive systems do Simple Flowers have? And how many reproductive systems do Compound Flowers have?

PlantLabSpr2020online