AP Biology Chapters 35-36

  1. uses energy from ATP to pump hydrogen ions out of the cell
    proton pump
  2. the process in which energy stored in the form of a hydrogen ion gradient across a membrane is used to drive cellular work
  3. associated with the transition from vegetative growth to flowering
    mersitem identity genes
  4. the morphological changes that arise from transitions in shoot apical meristem activity
    phase changes
  5. → the form of the stele of the root in angiosperms.
    vascular cylinder
  6. → an organ consisting of an alternating system of nodes and internodes.
  7. a protective vein enclosing which consists of one or more layers of cells
    bundle sheath
  8. the vascular tissue of leaves
  9. the parts of the root and shoot systems produced by apical meristems
    primary plant body
  10. the cell contents exclusive of the cell wall
  11. several types of tissues that together carry out particular functions
  12. the points at which leaves are attached
  13. consists of stems and leaves
    shoot system
  14. the form of the stele of the root in angiosperms
    vascular cylinder
  15. connections from vascular bundles in the stem
    leaf traces
  16. → {tonoplast} regulates molecular traffice between the cytosol and the other vacuolar contents
    vacuole membrane
  17. charge separation across the membrane contributes to a voltage called this, its another form of potential energy that can be harnessed to perform cellular work
    membrane potential
  18. Embryonic plant tissue in the tips of roots and in the buds of shoots that supplies cells for the plant to grow in length.
    apical meristem
  19. Thinner regions in the walls of tracheids and vessels where only primary walls are present.
  20. A primary meristem that gives rise to ground tissue in plants.
    ground meristem
  21. → A point along the stem of a plant at which leaves are attached..
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AP Biology Chapters 35-36
Plant structure and transport