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By: Briana M Sam S Matt M.
Provides nourishment Provides oxygen we breath Provides food directly or indirectly Provides shade Surrounds us with beautiful colors Marks changing in the seasons Bamboo is not a tree, but a grass. It grows amazingly fast at the rate of three feet a day
Bryophyta-not vascular Tracheophyta-vasular Classified based on: tissue structure, seed structure, and stature The sunflower always turns toward sunlight Twelve different phyla based on reproductive characteristics
They rely on surrounding moisture They are important members of our ecosystem They lay the foundations for other plant growth They prevent erosion They contribute to a green appearance Coffee was discovered by goats
They use a vascular system to transport fluids They reproduce from spores Their main phylum includes 12 thousand species Boxwood is so heavy that it does not float on water but sinks
They reproduce from seeds They are not covered by an ovary They are needle-like, scale-like, or aw-like leaves They never have flowers 600 species are counted as conifers including the pines, firs, spruces, cedars, junipers, and yew Edible mushrooms grow to their full size within seven days
They grow seeds inside of an ovary After it is fertilized, the flower falls away and the ovary swells to become a fruit The majority of plants are dicots Trees, shrubs, vines, and flowers belong to this group of about 200 thousand species Most fruits and vegetables and legumes come from this class Orchid seeds are so small that one million of these would weigh somewhat less than 1 gm
Start with one seed leaf Foliage leaves are usually unbranched and parallel to each other 30 thousand plants are classified under Monocot Orchids, Lilly’s, Irises, and palms are examples They provide us with a primary source of nutrition such as wheat, oats corn, dates, and bananas The greatest depth at which plant life has been found is at 884 feet.
Cell walls of cellulose Chloroplasts Multicellular Autottroph Mosses, ferns, following plants Seaweed is used in the manufacturing of fertilizers, medicines, paint, toothpaste, and in ice creams
The plant kingdom serves us in a variety of different ways everyday