Chapter 36- Transport in Plants Stress Level (1-10, 10 being the most) Memorization: 1 Concept: 8 This chapter is all concept and hardly any memorization. It doesn’t come up often on the AP Test but you should still know this well and it is an important lab that could come up on the AP Test. Vocabulary Cotransport- Chemiosmosis- Tension- Flaccid- Plasmolyze- Turgor pressure- Aquaporins- Tonoplast- Symplast- Apoplast- Bulk flow- Casparian strip- Guttation- Circadian rhythms- Xerophytes- How is water potential calculated? Give an example. Describe flaccid cells and cells with turgor pressure. What are the roles of aquaporins? Describe the difference between the apoplastic route and the symplastic route. What is the advantage of roots having mycorrhizae? What is the main function of the Casparian strip? Explain the importance of cohesion and adhesion in xylem transportation. What are some environmental conditions that would minimize the transpiration-tophotosynthesis ratio? What is the role that potassium plays in opening and closing stomata?
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