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1 Introduction to Plants Section 22–1 This section explains what a plant is and describes what plants need to survive. It also explains how the first plants evolved.

2 What Is a Plant? Circle the letter of each sentence that is true about plants. Circle the letter of each sentence that is true about plants. Plants carry out photosynthesis. Plants carry out photosynthesis. Plants have cell walls made of cellulose. Plants have cell walls made of cellulose. Plants develop from multicellular embryos. Plants develop from multicellular embryos.

3 What Is a Plant? What Is a Plant? What pigments do plants use to carry out photosynthesis? They use the green pigments chlorophyll a and b. They use the green pigments chlorophyll a and b.

4 What Is a Plant? Is the following sentence true or false? All plants are autotrophs. False False

5 The Plant Life Cycle All plants have a life cycle that is characterized by alternation of. All plants have a life cycle that is characterized by alternation of.

6 Complete the table about plant generations. Complete the table about plant generations.

7 The Plant Life Cycle

8 Seed plants have evolved reproductive cycles that can be carried out without. Seed plants have evolved reproductive cycles that can be carried out without. water water

9 What Plants Need to Survive What are the four basic needs of plants? What are the four basic needs of plants? a. sunlight a. sunlight b. water and minerals b. water and minerals c. gas exchange c. gas exchange d. transport of water and nutrients throughout plant body d. transport of water and nutrients throughout plant body

10 Why are plant leaves typically broad and flat? Why are plant leaves typically broad and flat? Their shape maximizes light absorption. Their shape maximizes light absorption.

11 Circle the letter of each sentence that is true about the basic needs of plants. Circle the letter of each sentence that is true about the basic needs of plants. a. Plants require oxygen to support respiration. a. Plants require oxygen to support respiration. c. Water is one of the raw materials of photosynthesis. c. Water is one of the raw materials of photosynthesis. d. Plants have specialized tissues to carry nutrients upward. d. Plants have specialized tissues to carry nutrients upward.

12 Early Plants The history of plants can be understood in terms of the evolution of what kind of structures? The history of plants can be understood in terms of the evolution of what kind of structures?

13 It can be understood in terms of the evolution of structures that acquire, transport, and conserve water. It can be understood in terms of the evolution of structures that acquire, transport, and conserve water.

14 What did the first plants evolve from? What did the first plants evolve from? The first plants evolved from an organism much like the multicellular green algae living today. The first plants evolved from an organism much like the multicellular green algae living today.

15 Circle the letter of each sentence that is true about multicellular green algae. a. They have the same photosynthetic pigments as plants. a. They have the same photosynthetic pigments as plants. b. They have the size, color, and appearance of plants. b. They have the size, color, and appearance of plants. d. They have reproductive cycles that are similar to early plants. d. They have reproductive cycles that are similar to early plants.

16 How were early plants similar to today’s mosses? How were early plants similar to today’s mosses? They were simple in structure and grew close to the damp ground. They were simple in structure and grew close to the damp ground.

17 From the first plants, at least two major groups of plants evolved. What did those groups develop into? From the first plants, at least two major groups of plants evolved. What did those groups develop into? One group developed into mosses and their relatives. The other group developed into all other plants, including ferns, cone-bearing plants, and flowering plants. One group developed into mosses and their relatives. The other group developed into all other plants, including ferns, cone-bearing plants, and flowering plants.

18 Overview of the Plant Kingdom Circle the letter of each of the important features that botanists use to divide the plant kingdom into four groups. Circle the letter of each of the important features that botanists use to divide the plant kingdom into four groups. seeds seeds water-conducting tissue water-conducting tissue Flowers Flowers

19 Overview of the Plant Kingdom Overview of the Plant Kingdom What are the four main groups of living plants? What are the four main groups of living plants? Ferns and their relatives Ferns and their relatives Flowering plants Flowering plants Mosses and their relatives Mosses and their relatives Cone-bearing plants Cone-bearing plants

20 Overview of the Plant Kingdom The great majority of plants alive today are flowering plants. The great majority of plants alive today are flowering plants. flowering plants. flowering plants.


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