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Plant ID Game Identify the phylum before the other groups!1st = + 2 points Followers = +1 point Wrong = -1 points Indecisive/ abstain = -2 points
Apples, oranges, peaches, strawberries, mangoes…ANGIOSPERMOPHYTA
Water needed for fertilisation.Has vascular tissue. FILICINOPHYTA!
Pine tree, Douglas fir, needle-like leaves…CONIFEROPHYTA!
Small Need water for fertilisation (swimming sperm) BRYOPHYTA
Chrysanthemums, roses, daisies…ANGIOSPERMOPHYTA
Liverworts, hornworts, mossesBRYOPHYTA
Dicot Monocot ANGIOSPERMOPHYTA
Review of Plant and Animal Phyla. Bryophyta Short stature plants such as mosses, liverworts, and hornworts Non-vascular because no xylem or phloem No.
Classification of Plants. The Plant Life Cycle A plant alternates between 2 adult phases during its lifetime. The SPOROPHYTE or diploid phase (2n) is.
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Jeopardy Classify Bryophyte Ferns Gymnosperm Angiosperm Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Plant Phyla. Plants Eukaryotic Multicellular Autotrophic Chloroplasts, cell wall, Vacuoles.
Kingdom Plantae Life on land requires adaptations for: Water conservation – eg. waxy cuticle on leaves Transport of water and nutrients -- vascular system.
Plant Diversity Examples. Nonvascular, Nonseed Bryophyta – moss.
Chapter 22 Plant Evolution and Classification. Evolution The oldest plant fossils are 400 million years old. The oldest plant fossils are 400 million.
Diversity in the plant kingdom © 2008 Paul Billiet ODWSODWS.
KINDS OF PLANTS. NONVASCULAR PLANTS Mosses are often found next to streams, coastlines and other moist places. They will can be found in odd places as.
Kingdom Plantae: Plants. I. Plant Characteristics A. Eukaryotic B. Autotrophic C. Stationary D. Multicellular E. Have complex organs and systems.
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Life Science Chapter 11. Plant Classification Kingdom Plantae Kingdom Plantae Phylum: Bryophyta – Mosses, Liverworts & Hornworts Phylum: Bryophyta – Mosses,
Plant Classification Jimmy Holton.
Plant Evolution and Classification Chapter 28 Table of Contents Section 1 Overview of Plants Section 2 Nonvascular Plants Section 3 Vascular Plants.
Plant Classifications Information about plants that you may not have known.
INTRODUCTION TO THE PLANT KINGDOM
Plant classification project kelsey milford. Bryophyta common name: mosses scientific name: bryophyta group: nonvascular characteristics: resembles mosses.
Invasion of land Stomata: opening: allows CO2 into the leaf Cuticle: Protects from water loss Vascular tissue: xylem and phloem Roots: absorb nutrients.
Aaron Hile Pd. 4/5. Common Name: Mosses Phyla Name: Bryophyta Main Plant Group: Seedless Nonvascular Characteristics: No true leaves, rhizoids.
Plants -Multicellular Eukaryotes that photosynthesize. -Cell walls made of cellulose.
Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Plant Evolution and Classification Chapter 28 Table of Contents Section.
Kingdom Plantae Autotrophs (photosynthesis) Eukaryotic Multicellular By Diana L. Duckworth Rustburg High School, Campbell County.
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1. 2 All plants are EUKARYOTIC which means they all have a nucleus and MEMBRANE - BOUND organelles. All plants make their own food; therefore, they are.
Kingdom - Plantae. Plant Evolution Plant Characteristics Vascular or Nonvascular Roots –Taproots or Fibrous Roots Seeds? Flowers? Dominant Life Stage.
The Plant Kingdom SOL 5.5: Kingdoms of Living Things.
Kingdom Plantae Plants!. Plants Eukaryotic Multicellular Autotrophic (mostly) –Photosynthesis Alternation of Generations –Sporic Life Cycle –Gametophyte.
What is a plant? Multicellular Eukaryotic cell
Evolution and Diversity of Plants Green algaeBryophytesSeedless Vascular plantsGymnosperms Angiosperms.
PLANT CLASSIFICATION. Bryophytes - Mosses Bryophytes Are small, low-lying, (generally) moisture-loving plants No xylem or phloem Need water to reproduce.
1 Introduction to the Plant Kingdom Introduction to the Plant Kingdom.
Includes: – Mosses (most common) – Liverworts – Hornworts Defining characteristics: – No seeds – No vascular system – Grows low to ground (absorbs nutrients)
Classification III: Kingdom Plantae AP Biology. Kingdom Plantae Plants had to adapt to life outside water to prevent drying out, still allow gametes to.
Plants (K. Plantae). Plant Basics Multicellular eukaryotes Cell wall of cellulose Photosynthetic (photoautotrophic) Evolved from an organism similar to.
Plant Diversity. What are Plants? Multicellular (made of many cells) Eukaryotes (cells have nucleus & organelles) Cell Walls made of Cellulose Autotrophs.
Plant Morphology Meristem Tissue- embryonic tissue located at the tips of roots and stem apices (herbaceous & woody plants) and cambium layers (woody plants).
CHAPTER 3: PRODUCTS OF EVOLUTION: UNITY & DIVERSITY.
KEY CONCEPT Plants can be classified into nine phyla.
Pre AP Biology Plant Kingdom (8.6) Part 1.
Chapter 22: Plant Diversity Biology- Kirby. Chapter 22- Plant Diversity Plant- multicellular eukaryotes with cell walls made of cellulose. Plants are.
Continuing Trends in Plant Evolution Reduction of water-dependent gametophyte Vascular tissue – improved water/food transport More efficient roots, stems,
PLANT KINGDOM. What Is a Plant? Plants are multicellular, autotrophic eukaryotes that have cell walls made of cellulose. Plants develop from multicellular.
Characteristic Structures of Various Groups of Plants Non- Vascular Plants Vascular Plants Spore- Producin g Seed- Producing Cone- Bearing Flowerin g Plants.
Plant Diversity Adaptations for life on land. Adaptations for Life on Land Life on land presents problems not seen in aquatic habitats. These include:
8.2 Plants Without Seeds. Nonvascular Plants Do not grow tall Do not have roots, stems or leaves Live in moist areas Absorb water directly from environment.
Bryophytes Oldest plants ~400 million years old Autotrophic, multicellular eukaryotes 18,600 species Mosses, Liverworts, Hornworts.
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