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VASCULAR PLANTS: TRACHEOPHYTES FERNS AND FERN ALLIES Club mosses and whisk tails
Figure 29.23x7 Life cycle of a fern: archegonia The antheridia and archegonia are found on the underside of the gametophyte.
FERN GAMETOPHYTES Haploid or diploid? What generation is dominant in ferns?
Notice the young sporophyte growing from the gametophyte
Ground Pine LYCOPODIUM
VASCULAR PLANTS: FERNS AND FERN ALLIES Scouring Rushes Ferns (Horse Tails)
Figure 29.21x2 Horsetail
Figure 29.23x6 Life cycle of a fern: gametophyte
Figure 29.24a Fern sporophyll, a leaf specialized for spore production
Figure 29.0 Ferns
Figure 29.25 Artist’s conception of a Carboniferous forest based on fossil evidence
Figure 29.23 The life cycle of a fern
11 structure 10 9 8 5 3 2 cell 4 1 process 7 6 process
Figure 29.23x8 Life cycle of a fern: sporophytes
Figure 29.23x1 Life cycle of a fern: mature fern
Figure 29.24b Fern sporophyll, a leaf specialized for spore production These are SORI. (singular = sorus) Each contains many SPORANGIA (spore cases)
Figure 29.23x2 Life cycle of a fern: sorus Notice the individual sporangia
Figure 29.23x4 Life cycle of a fern: mature sporangium
Figure 29.23x3 Life cycle of a fern: sporangium
Figure 29.23x5 Life cycle of a fern: germinating
Slide 1 of 33 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall 22–3 Seedless Vascular Plants.
Nonvascular Plants and Seedless Vascular Plants BSC 2011L.
Figure 29.0 Ferns. Table 29.1 Ten Phyla of Extant Plants.
Plant Reproduction They can have fun too!!!!. I. General plan of alternation of generations A.Meiosis occurs in sporangia B.Spores released C.Independent.
Plant Diversity and Life Cycles Biology 2 Chapter 29 Biology 2 Chapter 29.
Moss & Fern Hapu’u Tree Fern Sphagnum palustre (clones, no spore stage)
Non-seed vascular Plants Divisions of non-seed vascular plants Psilophyta – whisk ferns Lycophyta - club mosses Arthrophyta - horse tails Pterophyta.
Seedless Vascular Plants Plants with a vascular system but no seeds.
Slide 1 of 33 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Biology.
End Show Slide 1 of 33 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Biology.
The Plant Reproduction Unit We have covered: –Flower structure and function –Pollination and fertilization –Seed dispersal What’s left? –Plant life cycle,
Chapter 29 Plant Diversity I: The Colonization of Land.
Plant Unit Plant Diversity 1: The Colonization of Land.
Plant Reproduction: Seedless Plants. Review: What are the different types of plant reproduction? Sexual reproduction – Are these cells haploid or diploid?
Kingdom Plantae Phylum Tracheophyta Class Psilophytes and Ferns by Jaime Crosby CHS.
Fern Life Cycle Alternation of generations Defined: Plants alternate between a diploid organism and a haploid organism.
Life Cycles Laboratory Observations of Life Cycle Stages in Protists and Plants.
PLANT DIVERSITY. SUPERGROUP ARCHAEPLASTIDA – KINGDOM PLANTS.
Land plants: origins seedless plants Biol 121, Fall 2010, Tom Buckley 22 Sep 10.
Review of Plant Diversity Bryophytes non-vascular land plants Pteridophytes seedless vascular plants Gymnosperm pollen & “naked” seeds Angiosperm flowers.
SIMPLE VASCULAR PLANTS Pteridophytes (Ferns) 1 Page 37.
Biology 11. KINGDOM PLANTAE Vascular Plants Phylum Tracheophyta Non-Vascular Plants Terrestrial:BryophytesAquatic:Algae Phyla: Bryophyta Hepatophyta.
An Overview of Land Plant Evolution (Ch. 29, Plant Diversity I) 1)origin from ancestors similar to charophytes 2)bryophytes 3)ferns 4)other spore-dispersed.
The challenges to live on land and the will to survive The sun can be brutal!
I can: compare and contrast the moss and fern life cycle Do Now: classify the following as vascular or nonvascular: ABE CD.
22.1 Plant Life Cycles KEY CONCEPT All plants alternate between two phases in their life cycles.
The World of Plant Classification An Unusual Angiosperm.
Origin of the Land Plants. Alternation of Generations.
Ferns Alternation of generations Zygote created from egg & sperm.
First land plants Bryophytes: mosses & liverworts –non-vascular no water transport system no true roots –swimming sperm flagellated sperm –lifecycle dominated.
Lesson Overview Lesson Overview Seedless Plants Lesson Overview 22.2 Seedless Plants.
The Early Tracheophytes: Ferns and Relatives. Tracheophytes (Early and Late) - Tracheophytes are vascular plants that posses, lignified water conducting.
CHAPTER 29 PLANT DIVERSITY I: HOW PLANTS COLONIZED LAND Ferns in a Tasmanian Forest.
Ch 29/30 - The Making of a Land Plant I. The Problems of being a “land” plantland In Water (the easy life)On Land (the hard life)Land Plant Adaptations.
Early vascular plants (fossil record) branched sporophytes –dichotomous branching –terminal sporangia rhizome = horizontal stem still attached via rhizoids.
ALTERNATION OF GENERATIONS. 1.Alternation of generations: haploid (n) stage that produces gametes followed by diploid (2n) stage producing spores. 2.Haploid:
S EEDLESS V ASCULAR P LANTS Ferns, Club Mosses, Whisk Ferns, Horsetails.
Continuing Trends in Plant Evolution Reduction of water-dependent gametophyte Vascular tissue – improved water/food transport More efficient roots, stems,
Name the phylum?. Chordata Name the subphylum? Vertebrata.
SEEDLESS VASCULAR PLANTS Packet #70 Chapter #29. THE THEORY OF EVOLUTION CONNECTION Seedless vascular plants arose in the Carboniferous Period 420 – 360.
Moss and Fern Life Cycles Group 1: Seedless, Nonvascular Plants Live in moist environments –N–Need water to reproduce Grow low to ground (nonvascular)
Phylum Pterophyta Vascular Plants Without Seeds Ferns.
13 Feb. 2012Ferns&Moss.ppt1 FERNS & MOSSES Seedless plants.
Kingdom Plantae Multicellular Algae Bryophytes The nonvascular plants Tracheophytes Vascular plants Early vascular plants Ferns and Fern Allies Whisk ferns.
The Plant Kingdom Non-vascular plants – the mossess & Seedless Vascular plants – the ferns.
1 Figure 19.5 Alternation of Generations. Key Haploid (n) Diploid (2n) Protonemata (n) “Bud” Male gametophyte (n) Female gametophyte (n) Gametophore Rhizoid.
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