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vacuole
cell sap
multicellular
lymphocytes
cardiac
cortex
vascular bundle
palisade
phloem
permeability
diffusion
trachea
gametes
ribosomes
organ
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xylem
photosynthesis
spongy mesophyll
chromosome
mitochodria
ovum
impulses
haemoglobin
erythrocytes
specialised
bacteria
unicellular
organelle
chloroplast
cytoplasm
cell

plant transport Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

translocation
mineral ions
root hair cell
guard cell
spongy mesophyll
palisade
epidermal
stoma
potometer
starch
glucose
sucrose
photosynthesis
respiration
leaf
stem
roots
vascular bundle
cambian
diffusion
osmosis
xylem
phloem
transpiration

Plants word search

Type
Word Search
Description

tropism
auxins
homeostasis
spongy
palisade
mesophyll
stomata
anatomy
pith
cambium
protection
Endodermis
anchoring
vascular bundle
cortex
bark
water
photosynthesis
transpiration
absorption
neutrients
oil
starch
sugars
glucose
root hair
Flower
Growth
Shoots
Roots
Stem
Leaves
Cuticle
Cell
Companion
Sieve tube
elements
Vessel
Trecheids
Schlerenchyma
Collenchyma
Parenchyma
Phloem
Xylem
Epidermal
Ground
Vascular
Meristomadic
Dermal
Tissues

Plant Transport & Transpiration Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Involved in the movement of water through a plant from its roots to its leaves Xylem
Involved in translocation (movement of food substances from the stems to growing tissues and storage tissues) Phloem
Water on the surface of spongy and palisade cells (inside the leaf) evaporates and then diffuses out of the leaf Transpiration
Makes up the cell wall of a xylem cell cellulose
Evaporation and diffusion are faster at _ _ _ _ _ _ _ temperatures higher
Transpiration is _ _ _ _ _ _ in humid conditions slower
Transpiration is _ _ _ _ _ _ in windy conditions faster
More _ _ _ _ _ is drawn out of the xylem cells inside the leaf to replace what's lost Water
Xylem transports _ _ _ _ _ from roots to aerial parts of the plant. water
Xylem transports _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ from roots to aerial parts of the plant. Minerals

Plant growth crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Is a carbohydrate naturally found in grains and vegetables Starch
A Belgian scientist who performed an experiment on a Willow tree van Helmont
An English scientist discovered that a 'portion of air ' helped a plant to survive Stephen Hales
Amount of matter in a living thing Biomass
The process by which oxygen is used in a reaction with glucose to release energy Respiration
Water-transporting tubes inside the plant Xylem
Inside the veins of a leaf and contains xylem and phloem tissue Vascular bundles
On the lower side of the leaf, holes that allow the movement of air in and out the leaf Stomata
It is below the palisade tissue provide a surface for evaporation of water Spongy mesophyll
Just below the upper epidermis and is mainly Palisade tissue
The tissue that carries food away in the leaf Phloem tissue
The process by which plants lose water from their leaves Transpiration
Is solution used to detect presence of starch Dilute iodine
It is used to remove the green pigment chlorophyll from the leaf Ethanol
A substance that absorbs carbon dioxide and takes it out of the air Soda lime

Cells Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

golgi apparatus
organ system
unicellular
multicellular
chloroplast
vacuole
lysosomes
organ
tissue
endoplasmic reticulum
mitochondria
cytoplasm
ribosome
organelle
nucleus
cell membrane
cell wall

Kingdom Fungi Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A single, usually tubular, threadlike filament of a fungus. Hyphae
A mass of fungal hyphae. Mycelium
Simple, alga-like organism that is a member of the Phylum Chytridiomycota Chytrid
A delicate root- or root-hair-like structure of algae, fungi, the gametophytes of bryophytes, and certain structures of a few vascular plants; functions in anchorage and absorption but has no xylem or phloem. Rhizoids
A structure in which spores are produced; it may be the either unicellular or multicellular. Sporangia
The stalk on which a sporangium is produced. Sporangiophores
A reproductive cell or aggregation of cells capable of developing directly into a gametophyte or other body without uniting with another cell. Spores
Sac fungi Ascomycota
Mostly Ustilaginomcetes and can cause plant disease. Smut
Fingerlike hollow structures in which the fusion of two haploid nuclei is followed by meiosis. Asci
A widely distributed edible fungus that has a brown oval or pointed fruiting body with an irregular honeycombed surface bearing the spores. Morel
The fruiting body of fungus. Truffle
Disease resulting from consumption of goods made with flour containing ergot fungus. Ergotism
Club fungi Basdiomycota
Fungi Imperfecti or imperfect fungi Deuteromycota
Blue mold that is common on food. Penicillium
A condition in which certain fungi infect the tissue. Aspergillosis
Slow-growing plant that usually grows in branches on rocks, walls and trees. Lichen
Product of the union of two gametes. Zygomycota
An asexually produced fungal spore formed outside of a sporangium. Conidia

Plant Physiology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Reduces the ability of cell wall to stretch by crosslinking cell microfibrils Hemicellulose
fills space between cellulose microfibrils and prevents cell wall compression Pectin
localized in cellular membrane and made of B1-4 Glucose units Cellulose
is a form of Active Transport Proton Pump
A protein that helps move ions against Concentration gradient Antiporter
Protein that helps water move in/out of plasma membrane Aquaporin
provides mechanical stability of non-lignified plant tissues by adding force to cell wall Turgor Pressure
ion that is used for polarized cell growth Ex: Rot hair growth Calcium
orientation of this is kept up w/ help of Calcium gradient Actin Filament
structural support of tree Hartwood
interaction that avoids water and affects conformation of cell Hydrophobic
the membrane of the large vacuole Tonoplast
has hydrophobic barrier and exists on leaves to prevent water loss Cuticle
Phloem and Xylem are these Vascular Bundles
moves sugars from leaves to roots Phloem
moves minerals and water from roots to leaves Xylem
water conducting and supportive pt. of Xylem that are long and hardened w/ lignin Tracheid
can form secondary xylem and phloem as plant matures in growth Cambium
layer of wood that contains vascular living tissue that moves water to leaves Sapwood
makes their own food from ions and simple molecules Autotroph
derives food from other organisms Heterotroph
main goal is to create NADPH and ATP Light Dependent Reaction
complex near the edge of photosystem that absorbs photons of light by Chlorophyll and makes way to core complex the remaining energy Antenna
transformation of light energy into chemical energy via losing of electron from chlorophyll absorption to electron transfer chain Core Complex
has big lipid tail that keeps it in the membrane and takes electron from PSII to cytochrome Plastoquinone
a protein that accepts electrons from Plastoquinone and releases electrons to Plastocyanin Cytochrome
moves protons across thylakoid membrane ATP Synthase
is the site of the Calvin Cycle in Chloroplast Stroma
is the main goal of Calvin Cycle Triose Phosphate
is the useful reaction takes 5C --> 6C Carboxylation
is the wasteful reaction takes 5C --> 5C Oxygenation
takes place in Chloroplast ,Peroxisome, and Mitochondria and back again Photorespiration Cycle
surrounds the phloem and xylem Bundle Sheath Cell
Cells in leaves that do a lot of photosynthesis processes Mesophyll Cell
are outside proteins that protect the cell Glycosylated Protein

Botany - LEAVES Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

lower epidermis
upper epidermis
vascular bundle
cuticle
phloem
xylem
spongy layer
stomata
guard cells
mesophyll
palisade layer
compound leaf
leaflets
leaf blade
bud
petiole
serrated
parallel veins
branching veins
margin
midrib

PROTISTS & FUNGI Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

BLUE AND GREEN BACTIERIA PROTIST
EUKARYOTE ( NOT THE ANSWER) PROTOZOA
WHIP LIKE TAILS FLAGELLA
A PSEUDOPODIUM PSEUDOPOD
FOUND IN LINING OF TRACHEA , WIND PIPE CILIA
membrane enclosed cell vacuole with a digestive function FOOD VACUOLE
food goes the cell oral groove
a vacuole in some protozoan that expels liquid on contraction contractile vacuole
only female anopheles mosquitos malaria
an organelle unique to plant cells that contains chlorophyll chloroplast
a thin skin or membrane pellicle
stigma eyespot
mushroom or mold fungi
thread like filaments hyphae
a sexual reproduction spores
containing spores like a mushroom fruiting body
a colored patch growing on a tree or tree branch lichen
an organism that is consisting of a cell eukaryote
consist of a singular cell unicellular
consists of many cells multicellular
an organism that is able to form nutritional organic substances from simple inorganic substances such as carbon dioxide. autotrouph
an organism deriving its nutritional requirements from complex organic substances. heterotroph
fleas on your dog parasitism
symbiosis that is beneficial to both organisms involved. mutualism

PLANT TISSUES Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Which are the two types of tissues Meristematic and permanent
Parenchyma is a type of simple tissue
Transpiration and exchange of gases are functions of stomata
tissue forms new cells in plants Meristematic
tissues prevent loss of water in plants Protective
A group of cells alike in form, function and origin are tissue
Plant length is increased by apical meristems
The cell division is restricted to meristematic cells
Phloem in the plants perform the function of conduction of food
Fluid part of blood after removal of corpuscles is plasma
tissues composed of mainly dead cells Xylem
Parenchyma: Simple, Phloem: complex
Xylem and phloem are examples of what tissue Vascular tissue
Tissue in a plant that is neither vascular nor dermal is Ground tissue
The types of meristematic tissues in plants includes apical meristems
not a kind of epidermal cell cork
The embryonic protoderm is an example of primary meristem
Primary growth in plants is initiated by the apical meristems
Plant tissue noted for photosynthesis, storage, and secretion is parenchyma
Increases in stem length occur at the lateral meristem