how are cotyledons different between monocots and dicots?
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DESCRIPTIONDate : May 14, 2014 Page : Table of Contents p.17 Vocabulary: Last 3 pages Warm-ups (all) Front Cover W.O.D : Monocot – “one seed leaf;” fibrous roots, parallel veins, and flowers with 3x petals. . Warm-Up Question : Name a common monocot . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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Date: May 14, 2014Page: Table of Contents p.17 Vocabulary: Last 3 pages Warm-ups (all) Front Cover
W.O.D: Monocot one seed leaf; fibrous roots, parallel veins, and flowers with 3x petals. . Warm-Up Question: Name a common monocot.
How are cotyledons different between monocots and dicots?
What is an angiosperm?
Angiosperms are flowering plants
How are roots different?
Monocot roots are fibrous.Dicot roots are taproots.
How are leaves different?
Monocots have parallel veins in their leaves.
Dicots have net-like veins in their leaves.
How are flowers different?Monocots have petal in multiples of 3.
Dicots have petals in multiples of 4 or 5.
Factors needed for germinationWater activates hormones and enzymes seed swelling and bursting of seed coatOxygen- many metabolic reactions needed for aerobic respiration; no metabolic activities? no germinationSuitable temperature- enzyme activity requires optimum temperatures
Reflection:Which plants survived best in our lab?