11 Vascular Seedless Plants Characteristics:Have vascular tissue- system of tubelike structures inside a plant that water, minerals, and food move throughDo NOT produce seed-reproduce with sporesLive in moist surroundings so sperm can swim to eggs
12 Seedless Vascular Plants Examples:FernsSize range is small to 5 meters tall!Fronds are FERN LEAVES
13 Club MossesHow are club mosses different from “true” mosses?
14 Seedless Vascular Plants Examples:Club MossesGrow on moist woodlands near streams
19 Ticket Out the DoorOn a piece of paper draw the Venn Diagram below. Include:2 Similarities between Nonvascular and Seedless Vascular Plants2 Differences between Nonvascular and Seedless Vascular PlantsNonvascular Seedless Vascular
20 Gymnosperms Characteristics: Seed plant that produce Naked Seeds Have needle-like or scale-like leaves and deep growing roots
21 Gymnosperms Examples: Cycads- palm trees with cones Conifers- Cone bearing plants; aka Evergreens because they keep their leaves year-roundGinkgoes- Ginkgo bilobaGnetophytes- live in hot desert and tropical rainforest
28 Seed DispersalThe scattering of seeds so they are away from the parent plant.
29 Seed Dispersal Video What are some ways that seeds are dispersed? What are the 3 parts of a seed?
30 Angiosperms Characteristics: Produce flowers Seeds are enclosed in fruits
31 Angiosperms Characteristics: FLOWER Reproductive structure of an angiosperm
32 Angiosperms Characteristics: FRUIT Ripened ovary and other structures that enclose one or more seeds(Fruit Development)Dandelion (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQ_QqtXoyQw)
33 Angiosperms Plant Part MONOCOT DICOT Seed One cotyledon 2 cotyledons LeafParallel veinsBranching veinsStemBundles of vascular tissue scatteredBundles of vascular tissue arranged in a ringFlowerParts in 3Parts in 4 or 5ExampleTulip, Grass, Wheat, CornRoses, Violets, Dandelions