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Plants & Classification NotesThere will be a quiz on this material soon. Please take notes
What are plants? Multi-cellular organismsMake own food (photosynthesis) Have chloroplasts Have rigid cell walls made of cellulose Found all over the world
Plants provide: Food Oxygen Medicines Building materialsTextiles (fibers) Coloring pigments
Plant Parts Roots Anchors the plant Absorbs water & minerals StorageAKA “tuber” Pic is hyperlink
Plant Parts Stems Support plant Storage Food & water “highway”Xylem carries water & minerals; goes up stem only Phloem carries food; goes up & down the stem Pic is hyperlink
Plant Parts Leaves Provide food (photosynthesis)Have chloroplasts (green coloring-chlorophyll) Transpiration (“sweating”) Respiration Pic is hyperlink
Plants Without Seeds Need water to reproduce Reproduce with sporesInclude Mosses Ferns Horsetails Bladderworts Upper right pic is hyperlink
Plants with Seeds 2 types Found all over the worldUpper right pic is hyperlink
Gymnosperms Means “naked seed” Often have cones & needle-like leavesDo not have flowers Ex: conifers, gingko
Angiosperms Flowering plants Largest group Pic is hyperlink
Angiosperms Monocots Has 1 food part Parallel veinsPetals in groups of 3, 6, 9 Xylem & phloem scattered throughout stem
Angiosperms Dicots Have 2 food parts Net-like veinsPetals in groups of 4 or 5 Xylem & phloem are ring-like in stem
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