What is a tissue?
Ch. 2 (pgs. 16-23) Know the history of cells/microscope Who was Leeuwenhoek? What is the cell theory? What is a cell? What are the 4 basic characteristics that ALL cells exhibit?
Know the 2 main types of cells What is a true organelle?
Know the basic characteristics of the plant cell wall the cytoplasm? Know the characteristics of the cell membrane; Know the characteristics of the chloroplast; Know the characteristics of the mitochondria; What is the central vacole? Know the characteristics of the E.R. (rough & smooth); Know the characteristics of the ribosome; Know the characteristics of the nucleus
What is the difference between passive and active transport? Define/differentiate between diffusion and osmosis; Know about tonicity, as well as hypotonic, hypertonic and isotonic solutions; What is plasmolysis? What is turgor pressure?
Ch. 3: What is a tissue? Simple vs. Complex tissues? What are the 4 main tissues found in plants? Know about dermal tissue (location, function, 2 types) What is the epidermis? What is the periderm? Know the 3 cells that are found in the dermal tissue Know about the vascular tissue (location, function, structure, 2 types) What is the difference between a vascular bundle and a vascular cylinder? For ground tissue, know the location, function, and 3 types of tissues Know the basics of parenchyma tissues, collenchyma tissues, and sclerenchyma tissues For meristematic tissue, what is a meristem? Know the 2 types For apical meristem, know the location and basic feature What is an axillary bud? For lateral meristem, know the location and basic feature
Ch. 3: Know the primary & secondary functions of stems Know the external anatomy of stems: what is a node? an internode? 2 types of stems: woody & herbaceous (non-woody) Know the internal anatomy of stems – main difference between monocot & dicot stems Know the primary & secondary functions of roots Know the external anatomy of roots: taproot vs. fibrous root? Know the internal anatomy of roots – main difference between monocot and dicot roots Know the different root zones What is a root hair?
Plants &Society. Levetin & McMahon, 7th edition, 2016 (ISBN 978-0-07-