• The following words will be on the second test. The test format will be a fill in the blank with a word bank. All classes will be tested on these words. Each day I will add that days vocabulary on this announcement until all 20 have been added. The test will be held April 16, 2024.

     

     Parents/Students: There will be a vocabulary check done on April 11, 2024. Each set of words should be dated as follows with the corresponding vocabulary and each set should be on its own page. The vocabulary check is a pass/fail grade. Students are given the opportunity to complete the vocabulary in class. If it is correct, it is an "A". If it is incorrect, it is an "F". Students are shown how to get to this page in case they miss a day and are responsible for getting the definitions they may have missed.

     

    3/27/24

    21. Organic- Noting or pertaining to a class of chemical compounds that formerly comprised only those existing in or derived from plants or animals.

    22. Inorganic- Not having the structure or organization characteristic of living bodies.

    23.  Dicot- Plants characterized by two cotyledons (seed leaves) in their seedling stage.

    24. Monocot- Plants characterized by one cotyledon (seed leaf) in their seedling stage.

    25. Fertilization- When a sperm cell nucleus fuses with an egg cell nucleus, forming a zygote that will become a seed.

     

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  • 3/28/24

    26. Pollination- The transfer of pollen grains from the anther to the stigma.

    27. Cross Pollination- When pollen grains from the flowers of one plant transfer to the stigmas of flowers on another plant.

    28. Transpiration- The loss of water from the plant through the leaves in the form of water vapor.

    29. Eutrophication- When lakes or streams have too many nutrients in their water due to excess fertilizer nutrient runoff.

    30. Hydrologic Cycle- The cycle of water in the environment.

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  • 4/8/24

    31. Infiltration-The movement of water into soil.

    32. Macroenvironment- The large atmosphere above a plant.

    33. Microenvironment- The area immediately surrounding a plant which can be adapted to suit the needs of plants.

    34. Nitrogen Cycle- The circulation of nitrogen in nature.

    35. Point Source Pollution- One that comes from sources that can be readily identified.

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  • 4/9/24

    36. Nonpoint Source Pollution- Pollution from many sources that can’t be specifically identified.

    37. Sustainability- The use of resources and engaging in practices that assure the long term ability to meet human needs.

    38. Intensive Land Use- Involves using large fields with production practices to get top yields.

    39. Botanical Nomenclature- The scientific classification system which identifies kingdom, division or phylum, class, order, family, genus, species, and variety or cultivar.

    40. Scientific Name- The Latin name of the plant written using the Roman alphabet which includes the genus and species name.

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