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Name _______________________ Hour ______ Due:_______________ HW week 3 due February 12th Transport Root Diagrams 0 1 2 Questions 0 1 2 3 Investigation 0 1 2 Internal Diagrams 0 1 2 Stem Questions 0 1 2 3 HW Due:_______________ Plant ws Page (color) 0 1 2 Plant ws Page (monocot vs. dicot) 0 1 2 Page (monocot vs. dicot) 0 1 2 Review 0 1 2 3 Review 0 1 2 3 Review 0 1 2 Review 0 1 2 Your Points Total Points Possible 36 pts Plant Transport Procedure: 1. Use a cut carnation and place the stem (or a cut portion of the stem) in a test tube of colored water. Leave overnight. Observe the following day(s). 2. Present and defend a hypothesis as to how the dye ends up in our flower. ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Internal Stem Lab Background: Monocot and dicot stem vascular tissue is arranged in different patterns that allow us to classify a plant based on microscopic viewing of a cross section of the stem. In today’s lab we will try to identify characteristics that will allow us to tell the difference between the two classes of plants. Use your notes to answer the pre-lab questions. 1. What makes an herbaceous stem different from a woody stem? Procedure: Draw detailed illustrations of a monocot and dicot stem below. Label: xylem and phloem. Monocot Dicot Questions: 1. What is the job of the phloem in a plant? 2. What might be found inside the xylem of a plant? 3. What are the walls of the xylem made out of? 4. What is one job of the vascular cambium? 5. Where do we get more phloem from in the cell? (Hint: what process makes phloem) 6. Describe some differences between a monocot and a dicot. Root Lab Background: Water enters the plant through the root. Roots are incredibly tough growing through hard, compacted soils in search of water. Use your notes on roots to answer the following pre-lab questions. Procedure: 1. Cut a parsnip root cross section as demonstrated in class. Place the thinnest layer possible on a microscope slide adding a drop of Iodine solution stain. The iodine will stain the starch granules that store this molecule blue/black. 2. Draw a pie shaped illustration of this cross section below: Label root hairs, phloem, and xylem. 1. Where in the root is the xylem located? 2. What type of cell division is used to make more root cells? 3. Parsnip has very tiny hairs to intake water from the soil. Draw what the structures would look like if you could see it under the microscope. 4. What part of the parsnip contributes to the sweet taste of this root vegetable? 5. What does the plant do with the starch stored in the root? Draw a Buttercup root here: Draw a Tilia Root here: 1. How can you tell that the buttercup root is a dicot? Label the xylem and phloem. 2. Determine if Tilia is a dicot or a monocot? How can you tell? Label the xylem and phloem. 3. Investigation: Search on-line for a picture of a monocot root and paste it here. What is the difference between a dicot root and a monocot root? Label the following pictures: Monocot or dicot? Root or stem? How do you know? A What is A pointing too? Monocot or dicot? Root or stem? How do you know? A What is A pointing too? Monocot or dicot? Root or stem? How do you know? Alfalfa dicot A What is A pointing too? stem Transport Review 1. Label all parts on this diagram of the heart. Draw an arrow into or out of each vessel opening showing the direction of blood flow. Color oxygenated parts red and deoxygenated parts purple. 2. Describe the difference between arteries, veins, and capillaries. 3. Identify the following blood vessels and their areas served. a. Inferior vena cava e. Aorta b. Jugular veins f. Pulmonary c. Femoral g. Carotid d. Renal h. Hepatic 4. Draw and describe the function of the three cell types found in blood. 5. What is blood pressure? 6. What is a good blood pressure (dependent on a person’s age)? 7. What are some factors that could affect your blood pressure? 8. Describe what the heart looks like in systole and diastole. 9. Describe in detail each of the following circulatory problems: a. High blood pressure b. Leukemia c. Anemia d. Bruises e. Varicose veins f. Arteriosclerosis 10. Draw the arrangement of vascular tissue in the root, stem, and leaves of a monocot and a dicot plant. Label xylem and phloem. a. Root: b. Stem: c. Leaf: 11. What materials are transported in each of the following vascular tissues? a. Xylem b. Phloem 12. Explain transpiration and why it is important to a plant. 13. Describe what is meant by successive osmosis. 14. Describe what is meant transpiration – cohesion theory 15. How does turgor pressure help plants to stand upright?
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