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1 Name: Online Plant Lab Period: What is a Plant? (Complete case 1 in the Great Plant escape, and answer the following questions) 1. What are the parts of the plant? 2. Draw the parts of the plant after you take the first two quizzes. 3. What is the difference between annuals, biennials and perennials? 4. Name different parts of the plants that we eat, and give examples. Parts of a Plant 5. From the song what are the parts of the plant? 6. What do plants need to grow? Autotroph's or Not 7. What is an autotroph? 8. What three things do Autotroph's need to make food? 9. Why do some plants trap insects? 10. What are the different ways plants trap insects? Plant Cells and Puzzle (On cells alive, click on the Plant Cell.) 11. Write the description, function and Draw the following things found in a plant cell. Nucleus Cell Membrane Cell Wall Chloroplast Vacuole

2 12. Complete the Plant Cell puzzle and draw and label it. Photo synthesis in Plant Cells 13. What parts of plant cells carry out photosynthesis? How do they do this? Non Vascular Non Vascular Plants 14. Describe how Bryophytes reproduce. 15. Describe how Mosses reproduce. Mosses 16. What are mosses like? 17. Where do you find Mosses? 18. What are Moss Spores? 19. Draw and label a Moss Plant. Life Cycle of Mosses 20. Describe the life cycle of a Moss. Liverworts 21. Why don t most people notice Liverworts? 22. What is special about Liverworts? How are they different from most plants? 23. Name the different types of Liverworts. 24. Describe Liverwort reproduction. Vascular Plants 25. Describe the first known vascular plant.

3 26. What structures make vascular plants special? 27. What are the two groups of vascular plants? Ferns 28. Describe Ferns and their structure. 29. Describe the lifecycle of Ferns, both generations. Gymnosperms 30. What are Gymnosperms? 31. List the different families of Gymnosperms. Angiosperms 32. What are Angiosperms? 33. Why are flowers important to Angiosperms? 34. When and how did flowering plants develop on earth? Seed Plants What is a Seed? (solve case #3 in the Great Plant Escape) 35. What is the structure or parts of a seed? 36. Describe Germination. 37. What are Spores? What Does a Seed Need? 38. What do plants need to survive? 39. Is too much of a good thing, not good for a plant? Why or Why not? 40. What did the old man learn from his attempt to for plants from seeds? Structure of Seed Plants 41. What is vascular tissue? 42. What are the two types of vascular tissue, and function? 43. What is the function of Roots? 44. What is the function of Stems?

4 45. What is the function of Leaves?. Gymnosperms Cycads 46. Why are Cycads called living fossils? 47. They are they thought of as great plant survivors. Why? 48. Why are Cycads so rare? 49. What makes Cycads so hard to grow? C is for Conifers 50. How many of kinds of Conifers are there? 51. How do you humans use Conifers? 52. Name as many Conifers as you can. Ginkgoes 53. Why to people like to plant Ginkgo trees in cities? 54. What are the characteristics of Ginkgo trees? Gnetophytes 55. What are the characteristics of Gnetophyes? 56. What is special about Gnetophyte reproduction? Life Cycle of a Conifer 57. Describe the lifecycle of a Conifer. Angiosperms Parts of a Flower 58. What are the parts of a flower and what are their functions?

5 Fruit 59. What are fruit before they are fruit? 60. Name and describe the three layers of a fruit. 61. What are simple fruits? 62. What are complex fruits? Life Cycle of an Angiosperm 63. Describe the lifecycle of an Angiosperm. Plant Classification and Keys Know them by their Leaves!!! 64. Describe the different leaf structures found on some trees. Tree ID Use the Tree ID, to identify each kind of plant from its leaf or it fruit, then write the name and as many characteristics about the plant in the boxes below.

6 Northwest ELP Plant Key Use 5 cards provided to identify five different types of plants. Then use the Northwest ELP Plant Key. Identify the plant, Draw the plant and write down characteristics from the card and that you can see. Name Characteristics Plant Drawing

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