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Nonvascular and Vascular PlantsPages
Nonvascular Plants Characteristics:Lack a well-developed vascular system Low growing Do not have roots Obtain water and nutrients directly from their surroundings
Nonvascular Plants Examples: Mosses
Nonvascular Plants Examples: Liverworts
Vascular Plants Characteristics: Can live in dry areasThey have true vascular tissue Able to grow tall
Vascular Examples: Seedless vascular plants Ferns
Vascular Examples: Gymnosperms Evergreen trees
Vascular Examples: Angiosperms Flowering plants
What makes a Plant a Plant?
Plant Group Review. Conifers Plant Groups 1 Non-vascular 2 Vascular without seeds 3 Vascular with seeds no flowers 4 Vascular with seeds and flowers.
8.2 Mosses, Hornworts, and Liverworts 8.3 Ferns and their Relatives
Plant Classification AP Biology Unit 5 Plant Diversity All plants are thought to have evolved from ancestral green algae Within the plant kingdom, there.
What characteristics do all plants share? All are autotrophs. All are many-celled eukaryotes. All plant cells have cell walls.
Seedless Plants. Nonvascular Seedless Plants Mosses, liverworts, hornworts Grow on soil, bark of trees, rocks Usually live in places that are damp Are.
NONVASCULAR PLANTSVASCULAR PLANTS Definition: Plants that lack a well—developed system of tubes for transporting water and other materials Examples: Mosses,
Alternation of Generations Plant life cycles have two alternating generations: a diploid phase (2N) and a haploid phase (N) During alternation of generations,
How do scientists classify thing?. By sorting them into groups.
Introduction to Plants
Plants. What is a plant? Multicellular Multicellular Eukaryotes Eukaryotes Cell walls made of cellulose Cell walls made of cellulose Have chlorophyll.
Putting Down Roots THE EVOLUTION OF PLANTS FROM WATER TO LAND.
Plants $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Phylogenetic Tree FINAL ROUND Floral Structure Plant Structure & Function Seeds Terminology.
KINGDOM PLANTAE CHAPTERS CHARACTERISTICS Autotrophic, eukaryotic, multicellular, primarily diploid but some triploid (corn) Plant-like protists.
A. Two types of plants: 1. Non-vascular, 2. Vascular.
The Plant Kingdom.
PLANTS. Characteristics of Plants All plants need space, air, water, and sunlight.
Essential Question: How do new plants grow? Look at the sequence below and infer the answer.
Nonvascular Plants, Mosses and Ferns.
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