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U WINDSORBIOL 2080Julie SmitWinter

55-208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Euphorbiaceae, Convolvulaceae, Glycoside

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Most plants store food reserves in the form of starch; often these reserves are stored in underground organs, in either some types of roots or modified
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U WINDSORBIOL 2080Julie SmitWinter

55-208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Megaspore, Sporophyll, Pollen Tube

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One characteristic of land plants is a life cycle with an alternation of gametophyte and sporophyte generation. Gametophyte gives rise to gametes; the
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55-208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Osteoporosis, Osteomalacia, Hemoglobin

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55-208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Double Fertilization, Carrion Flower, Seedless Fruit

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Flowers play a pivotal role in the life cycle of angiosperms, since they are the sites of sexual reproduction. Flowers are modified branches bearing fo
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U WINDSORBIOL 2080Julie SmitWinter

55-208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Overproduction, Maclura Pomifera, Constantine Samuel Rafinesque

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Plant systematics is the branch of botany that is concerned with the naming, identification, evolution, and classification (arrangement into groups wit
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55-208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Seed Dormancy, Selective Breeding, Western Asia

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The human species has existed for about 195 000 years. For most of that time, humans survives as foragers or hunter-gatherers, gathering wild plants an
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U WINDSORBIOL 2080Julie SmitWinter

55-208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cell Nucleus, Adenine, Maltose

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Much of modern science is estranged from the natural world. Society"s dependence on nature, especially plants, is forgotten. In less urbanized environm
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U WINDSORBIOL 2080Julie SmitWinter

55-208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Cellular Respiration, Casparian Strip, Aerenchyma

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55-208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Fluid Mosaic Model, Protoplast, Lipid Bilayer

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Some algae and fungi, the whole organism consists of a single cell. Angiosperms are complex & multicellular organisms composed of many different types
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U WINDSORBIOL 2080Julie SmitWinter

55-208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Conifer Cone, Photosynthesis, Grapefruit Juice

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Chapter 6 plant life cycle: fruits and seeds. Fruits, as are flowers, are unique aspects of sexual reproduction in angiosperms; they protect the enclos
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U WINDSORBIOL 2080Julie SmitWinter

55-208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cactus, Glycogen, Glyceraldehyde

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55-208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Symplast, Casparian Strip, Apoplast

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Transpiration- cohesion theory as transpiration occurs in a leaf, it creates a cohesive pull on the whole water column downward to the roots, where wat
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