Flashcards in Fruit Formation/ Plant Modification Deck (34):
This is the thickened ovary which then covers the fruit.
These are the layers of the PERICARP.
Exocarp, Mesocarp and Endocarp
Exocarp and Endocarp
This category of fruit is characterized by fruit that is formed from the SINGLE OVARY of a SINGLE FLOWER.
This category of fruit is characterized by fruit that is formed from MANY fused OVARIES of a SINGLE FLOWER.
This category of fruit is characterized by fruit formed from MANY fused OVARIES of a CLUSTER OF FLOWERS.
This is a subcategory of fruit that SPLITS open.
This is the type of DRY DEHISCENT fruit that SPLITS open along ONE SIDE.
This is a type of DRY DEHISCENT fruit that SPLITS open along TWO SIDES.
This is a type of DRY DEHISCENT fruit that contains TWO OR MORE CHAMBERS and SPLITS open along MORE THAN TWO SIDES.
This is a subcategory of fruit that DOES NOT SPLIT open
This DRY INDEHISCENT fruit has a very HARD OVARY WALL.
This is an DRY INDEHISCENT fruit with a WING-LIKE OUTGROWTH.
This is a DRY fruit where the seed is COMPLETELY ATTACHED at only ONE PLACE inside ovary wall.
This is a DRY INDEHISCENT fruit where the seed is completely attached the the ovary wall so that the two CANNOT BE SEPARATED.
This is a FLESHY fruit containing only ONE SEED located inside (PIT).
This is a FLESHY fruit containing SEVERAL SEEDS, has a FIRM LEATHERY RIND and has NO SECTIONS.
This is a FLESHY fruit with a LEATHERY RIND and MANY SECTIONS and the RIND IS SEPARABLE.
This is a FLESHY fruit that has an EDIBLE PEEL that is NOT LEATHERY and has a CORE.
This fruit is more or less FLESHY throughout and the SEEDS ARE EDIBLE.
This is a STEM MODIFICATION where HORIZONTAL STEMS grow AT or BELOW soil surface. It can act as a STORAGE ORGAN.
This is a RHIZOME that becomes ENLARGED for FOOD STORAGE.
This is a VERTICAL UNDERGROUND SHOOT, consisting of enlarged bases of LEAVES that STORE FOOD.
This is a STEM that are BULB-LIKE in appearance but are MOSTLY STEM TISSUE.
These are MODIFIED AERIAL STEMS for CLIMBING.
These are CREEPING STEMS that GROW HORIZONTALLY ON the SOIL SURFACE
These are OUTGROWTHS OF the WOOD of a twig.
These are sharp EPIDERMAL OUTGROWTHS of the STEM.
These are FLATTENED STEMS with a LEAF-LIKE shape.
This is a LEAF MODIFICATION which PROTECT the plant from predators and shade the plant.
This LEAF MODIFICATION functions to TRAP INSECTS as a supplemental source of plant nutrition.
This LEAF MODIFICATION functions like FLOWER PEDALS to ATTRACT POLLINATORS.
This is the MIDDLE FLESHY layer of the fruit wall.
This is the INNER LAYER of a pericarp