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U OF APL SC221Jocelyn OzgaWinter

[PL SC221] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (72 pages long)

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Plant growth = limited by water (ex. drought stress) Are the dispersal units of seed plants. Seed is a mature, fertilized ovule containing 3 basic part
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U OF APL SC221Jocelyn OzgaFall

[PL SC221] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (78 pages long)

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Meristem: refers to a tissue that contains actively dividing cells (most not meristematic) Plants have 4 types of meristems that can be identified thro
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U OF APL SC221Uwe HackeWinter

[PL SC221] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (24 pages long!)

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Water always wants to minimize it"s surface (surface tension), it is important to remember this when thinking about xylem. Diffusion: passive movement
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U OF APL SC352Linda HallSpring

PL SC352 Study Guide - Final Guide: Plastic Mulch, Crop Residue, Mulch

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A vigorous crop/community is the most effective weed control practice. Good ranch, pasture or community management practices supplements and can replac
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U OF APL SC352Linda HallSpring

PL SC352 Study Guide - Final Guide: Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Plant Genetics, Rna Interference

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5 methods generally recognized: prevention (sanitation + containment, mechanical, biological (bio-herbicides, rnai technologies, chemical, cultural. Pr
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U OF APL SC352Linda HallSpring

PL SC352 Study Guide - Final Guide: Centaurea Maculosa, Centaurea Diffusa, Euphorbia Esula

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Based on the enemy release hypothesis plants are invasive because they have escaped/moved ahead of their native pathogens, predators and competing plan
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U OF APL SC352Linda HallSpring

PL SC352 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tillage, Soil Horizon, Crop Residue

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One of the principle means of weed control includes physical removal of weeds by: hoeing, cultivation, machine removal flaming, steaming, etc. Also inc
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U OF APL SC221Jocelyn OzgaFall

PL SC221 Study Guide - Final Guide: Vascular Bundle, Cuticle, Meristem

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What object are we looking at (ex, onion, sp. name, etc. ) What section of the object (ex, inner epidermis) Labels are straight lines on the right hand
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U OF APL SC352Linda HallSpring

PL SC352 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Kidney Bean, Brassica Oleracea, Raphanus Raphanistrum

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Silique: a fruit pod that has 2 compartments divided by a papery septum ex) canola. Dehiscent: fruits that open at maturity along a line of weakness wh
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U OF APL SC352Linda HallSpring

PL SC352 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Cactus, Lythrum Salicaria, Convolvulus Arvensis

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U OF APL SC352Linda HallSpring

PL SC352 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Echinochloa, Hordeum, Inflorescence

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U OF APL SC352Linda HallSpring

PL SC352 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Stipule, Taproot, Notch Signaling Pathway

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Stipule: leafy appendage found at base of leaves. Ocrea: sheath around stem formed from the stipules. Sagitate: arrowhead shaped leaf with basal lobes
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