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AP Biology 11 LO Cards: Plants
Chapter 29: Plant Diversity I
1. Define the following terms: cuticle, secondary compounds, stomata, vascular tissue (xylem and
phloem), lignin, rhizoids, roots, leaves, megaspore, microspore
2. Compare and contrast the life cycle of the fern with that of the moss.
Chapter 30: Plant Diversity II
1. List and explain the four most important adaptations of seed plants. (reduced gametophytes,
heterospory, ovules, pollen).
2. Draw a diagram to explain the formation of a seed – double fertilization. Why are seeds an
evolutionary advantage?
3. Draw and label a diagram of a seed. Explain what is going on during germination.
4. Compare/contrast the life cycle of the gymnosperm with that of the angiosperm.
5. List and describe some of the unique features of the angiosperms. (flowers, fruits).
6. Identify and explain the role of the parts of the flower.
7. Define co-evolution. Give a specific example.