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FERNANDA CARRILLO HERNANDEZ ANA LUISA CASTAÑEDA ROJO VICTORIA LEHMANN MORALES ILSE PEREZ FLORES
Well discover: -How plants grow. - Types of plants. - How plants get energy. - Parts of the flower, their functions and reproduction. Plants Classification
NON VASCULAR PLANTS
VASCULAR PLANTS They have tubes to carry nutrients.
GYMNOSPERMS They do not produce flowers.
FERTILIZATION IN PLANTS A plants flower is an adaptation that allows a plant to reproduce sexually.
CELLULAR RESPIRATION o Stoma o Guard cells o Transpiration
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