This is for review only. Thank you. A hormone induced dropping of leaves, flowers, fruits or other parts of a plant is: A. Abscission B. Petiolaria C. Assimilation D.Pollination A seed leaf is a: A. seed B. cotyledeon C. monocot D. leaf primordia The fusion of a sperm nucleus with the egg nucleus and the fusion
Which Division contains members once used to scrub pots and pans? a. Division Sphenophyta b. Division Psilophyta c. Division Lycophyta d. Division Pterophyta Which of the following has "scale-like" leaves and photosynthetic stems? a. club mosses b. ferns c. horsetails d. hornworts Which of the following describes a
Sporophytes a. develop from spores and produce gametes. B. are the dominant phase in the life cycle of most terrestrial plants. C. are the haploid stage of the plant life cycle. D. reproduce sexually. In which of the following groups is the sporophyte dependent on the gametophyte? A. Ferns B. Bryophyte
-- Define and briefly discuss both siphonogamy and the seed. -- Which do you think came first? I have a good start on the definitions, but please reword or (briefly) add to them to make them complete: A seed is: a fertilized, integumented, (Sterile covering/coating. Provided by diploid parent) undehiscing (non-splitting. Does
There are actually three questions here, all dealing with Rhynia (Rhynia is known by two names, the diploid life cycle "Rhynia major", and the haploid life cycle "Rhynia gwynne-vaughanii"). I thought it would be a good idea to put these 3 questions together because they all deal with the same general ideas. 1) HOW HAS THE FER
Do indoor plants create oxygen as a by-product the same way in which outdoor plants do (through photosynthesis)? Is there any advantage to having plants in your house, other than for decor? Does the oxygen provide any added benefit? Does is provide cleaner air to breath? These questions are encompassed.
A question that comes to mind is how greenhouses work. The light is filtered through windows, but the heat and resulting oxygen is confined to the greenhouse? I believe that this situation does have a positive effect on growth.
I think that the photosynthesis reaction is a very efficient system. I wonder if there is a way to see if more intense light actually helps the plant grow better, or if just being in sunlight under any intensity yields the same amount of work.
We are given the following five sequence: Taxon 1, Taxon 2, Taxon 3, Taxon 4, Taxon 5 TGCCAA, GGACAA, TGTCAA, TGTCAT, GGACAT a) In general, how many unrooted trees are there relation five taxa? b) Draw the following two trees. the first one has taxa 2 and 5 as sister taxa and taxa 1 and 3 as sister taxa. the second one
What would you expect the rate of photosynthesis curve to look like and why?
A plant with chromosomal type xx pollinates with another plant that has chromosomal type XX. In the resulting seed, what chromosomal type/types of embryo and endosperm can be expected? Ideas are expressed.
Need assistance comparing chemiosmosis in cell respiration and photosynthesis using the attached figures from pages 100 of my text and pg 118 to fill out the enclosed chart. Looking at the diagram I wasn't even sure where to start. Need assistance filling out the chart. See attached files (Chart, pg 100, pg 118)
Review of Photosysthesis as it relates to light Dependent Reaction and Independent Reaction. Using figure 7.11 for review to fill in the blanks in the chart. for blanks A through V. See attached files.
If I have a bumper sticker that says "Have I thanked a green plant today" - How would I interpret this in regards to photosynthesis?
Why is ribulose bisphosphates one of the most common organic molecules in living things?
If I am wearing a bright red shirt and I take into account light and pigments why would the shirt appear red to someone?