Monthly Archives: April 2014

Reproduction in plants

Flowers are the reproductive organs of angiospermophytes.  You will get the chance to disect one, and to draw and label it.  Some flowers are pollinated by wind, others by insects.  We’ll focus on the insect pollinated ones in this topic.  … Continue reading

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Transport in angiospermophytes

Here is Mr Taylor’s presentation on this topic.  Transport in angiospermophytes How do water and mineral ions enter a plant? How does water move upwards, against gravity, in a plant stem? What is transpiration and what are the factors that affect it? How … Continue reading

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Plant structure and growth

As we embark on topic 9, here is the syllabus outline: Topic 9 – Syllabus outline This topic can be broken into 3 sections:  structure and growth, transport, reproduction.  This document has notes on all of this. Plant Science Topic notes We’ll … Continue reading

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