b4

processess in plants

HideShow resource information
photosynthesis
chemical process where using solar energy carbon dioxide and water are converted into food.
1 of 100
photosynthesis
chemical process which plants use solar energy covert water and carbon dioxide into food.
2 of 100
osmosis
passive net movement of molecules (down a concentration gradient) from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration; in liqids only across a partially permeable membrane..
3 of 100
osmosis
passive net movement of molecules (down a concentration gradient) from an area of high concentration to an area of low concerntration. release of waste gasses from this rection through the stoma folllowing the itake. for homosta
4 of 100
xylem
carries water and minerals
5 of 100
pholem
carries food
6 of 100
pholem
carries food
7 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion,
8 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
9 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
10 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
11 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
12 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
13 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
14 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
15 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
16 of 100
population
group of organisms from the same spicies
17 of 100
biodiversity
varie
18 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
19 of 100
population
group of organisms from the same spicies
20 of 100
biodiversity
variety live factors in a ecosystem: habitats spiecies
21 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
22 of 100
population
group of organisms from the same spicies
23 of 100
biodiversity
variety live factors in a ecosystem: habitats spiecies
24 of 100
root hair cells
milions of hair like s
25 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
26 of 100
population
group of organisms from the same spicies
27 of 100
biodiversity
variety live factors in a ecosystem: habitats spiecies
28 of 100
root hair cells
milions of hair like structures on a root increase rate of osmosi
29 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
30 of 100
zonation
how
31 of 100
population
group of organisms from the same spicies
32 of 100
biodiversity
variety live factors in a ecosystem: habitats spiecies
33 of 100
root hair cells
milions of hair like structures on a root increase rate of osmosis
34 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
35 of 100
zonation
chane in distibution of spices across a habitay
36 of 100
population
group of organisms from the same spicies
37 of 100
biodiversity
variety live factors in a ecosystem: habitats spiecies
38 of 100
root hair cells
milions of hair like structures on a root increase rate of osmosis
39 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
40 of 100
benifits of organic farming
more diverse habitat.
41 of 100
zonation
chane in distibution of spices across a habitay
42 of 100
population
group of organisms from the same spicies
43 of 100
biodiversity
variety live factors in a ecosystem: habitats spiecies
44 of 100
root hair cells
milions of hair like structures on a root increase rate of osmosis
45 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
46 of 100
benifits of organic farming
more diverse habitat. no pesticides.
47 of 100
zonation
chane in distibution of spices across a habitay
48 of 100
population
group of organisms from the same spicies
49 of 100
biodiversity
variety live factors in a ecosystem: habitats spiecies
50 of 100
root hair cells
milions of hair like structures on a root increase rate of osmosis
51 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
52 of 100
magnesium
making chlorophll
53 of 100
benifits of organic farming
more diverse habitat. no pesticides.
54 of 100
zonation
chane in distibution of spices across a habitay
55 of 100
population
group of organisms from the same spicies
56 of 100
biodiversity
variety live factors in a ecosystem: habitats spiecies
57 of 100
root hair cells
milions of hair like structures on a root increase rate of osmosis
58 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
59 of 100
flaccid
reduced turgour pressure in plant cells
60 of 100
phosphates
respiration and growth
61 of 100
potasium
growth
62 of 100
magnesium
making chlorophll
63 of 100
benifits of organic farming
more diverse habitat. no pesticides.
64 of 100
zonation
chane in distibution of spices across a habitay
65 of 100
population
group of organisms from the same spicies
66 of 100
biodiversity
variety live factors in a ecosystem: habitats spiecies
67 of 100
root hair cells
milions of hair like structures on a root increase rate of osmosis
68 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
69 of 100
turgour pressure
water pressure against cell wall- keeps it straight
70 of 100
flaccid
reduced turgour pressure in plant cells
71 of 100
plasmolysed
sad cells
72 of 100
phosphates
respiration and growth
73 of 100
potasium
growth
74 of 100
magnesium
making chlorophll
75 of 100
benifits of organic farming
more diverse habitat. no pesticides.
76 of 100
zonation
chane in distibution of spices across a habitay
77 of 100
population
group of organisms from the same spicies
78 of 100
biodiversity
variety live factors in a ecosystem: habitats spiecies
79 of 100
root hair cells
milions of hair like structures on a root increase rate of osmosis
80 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
81 of 100
turgour pressure
water pressure against cell wall- keeps it straight
82 of 100
flaccid
reduced turgour pressure in plant cells
83 of 100
plasmolysed
sad cells
84 of 100
phosphates
respiration and growth
85 of 100
potasium
growth
86 of 100
magnesium
making chlorophll
87 of 100
benifits of organic farming
more diverse habitat. no pesticides.
88 of 100
zonation
chane in distibution of spices across a habitay
89 of 100
population
group of organisms from the same spicies
90 of 100
biodiversity
variety live factors in a ecosystem: habitats spiecies
91 of 100
root hair cells
milions of hair like structures on a root increase rate of osmosis
92 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
93 of 100
turgour pressure
water pressure against cell wall- keeps it straight
94 of 100
flaccid
reduced turgour pressure in plant cells
95 of 100
plasmolysed
sad cells
96 of 100
rate of transpiration is increased by
rate of diffusion and evaporation out, rate of osmosis in.
97 of 100
turgour pressure
water pressure against cell wall- keeps it straight
98 of 100
flaccid
reduced turgour pressure in plant cells
99 of 100
plasmolysed
sad cells
100 of 100

Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

chemical process which plants use solar energy covert water and carbon dioxide into food.

Back

photosynthesis

Card 3

Front

passive net movement of molecules (down a concentration gradient) from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration; in liqids only across a partially permeable membrane..

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

passive net movement of molecules (down a concentration gradient) from an area of high concentration to an area of low concerntration. release of waste gasses from this rection through the stoma folllowing the itake. for homosta

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

carries water and minerals

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
View more cards

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Biology resources:

See all Biology resources »See all Photosynthesis and transpiration resources »