Flashcards in Final Exam Deck (20):
What are the three types of plant tissues and what organs are in them?
Dermal: epidermis, cuticle, periderm in woody plants
Vascular: Xylem (water), phloem (food), makes up stele
Ground tissue: Cortex (external), pith (internal). Called mesophyll
Sieve-tube elements and companion cells are found in the _____, while tracheids are found in the _____.
What unevenly sized cell type supports young growth?
Meristems are sites of _______. They are not _______ and are found as _____ or _____ meristems.
Growth, differentiated, lateral, apical
Starting from the root cap inward, what are the zones of growth?
Division, elongation, differentiation
Primary growth is _____, secondary growth is ______.
More solute, ____ solute potential.
More water, ______ pressure potential.
T/F: Bulk flow is due to pressure gradients and gravity.
F. Not gravity.
What contributes to the upward flow of water?
Transpiration through stoma
Soil is ____ charged.
Carpel, _____, _____, embryo sac, egg
In flowering plants, _____ is dominant.
Cell elongation, leaf abcission
Long-day plants are really ______ plants.
A long cecum is characteristic of
Arteries and veins
Arteries: to the body. Adolescents?
Veins: to the heart (after body, or after lung)
Left atrium, Left ventricle >>> Body (aorta, artery) >>> vena cava >>> Right atrium, right ventricle >>> Lung (pulmonary artery) >>> Pulmonary vein
Parasympathetic nervous system:
slower, longer tasks.
Chyme is neutralized by