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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
Homework Scavenger Hunt!!! Find the following things: A root A stemA leaf 3 examples of seeds Paste them on a sheet of paper and label each of them Be sure to include your name!!!
Introduction to Plants. Classification of plants Kingdom Plantae –Phylums Lycodiophyta (Club Mosses) Equisetophyta (Horsetails) Psilotophyta (Wisk Ferns)
Plants. What is a plant? Multicellular Multicellular Eukaryotes Eukaryotes Cell walls made of cellulose Cell walls made of cellulose Have chlorophyll.
The process of converting sunlight into chemical energy. Photosynthesis.
Kingdom Plantae. Plant Characteristics Eukaryotic Multicellular Cell walls made of cellulose Develop from multicellular embryos Carry out photosynthesis.
What surrounds the stomata in a plant leaf that allows water, oxygen and carbon dioxide to enter and leave? Guard Cells 1.
Chapter 9 Plants. Ch 9.1 – Overview of Plants A. Plant Cells 1. Unlike animal cells, plant cells have cell walls which provide structure and support.
Plant Classification – Plant groups. KINGODOMPHYLUMCLASS Plantae / Plants (multicellular organisms that make their own food by photosynthesis) Bryophyta.
Kingdom Plantae Characteristics: –Eukaryotic (has a nucleus) –Autotrophic – Photosynthetic –Contains Chlorophyll & Large Vacuole –Cellulose in cell wall.
Plant Notes:. Plants: Multicellular eukaryotes Cell walls of cellulose Autotrophic (photosynthesis) Carbon dioxide + water + light Oxygen + glucose.
Getting Started 1. What is the function of a seed? 2. Make a list of seeds that are edible. 3. Why are some seeds a good source of nutrition?
Construct your Plant Booklet You will use the pages in your notebook after the “Plant” page you made yesterday. If you do not have a notebook, or don’t.
1 Introduction to the Plant Kingdom Introduction to the Plant Kingdom.
SCIENCE Plant Test Review Plant Test Review Good Luck! Good Luck! (Mrs. Yantosh)
Most plants consists of 3 main parts: 1. Roots: penetrate the soil to anchor plant and reach water source 2. Stems: supply rigid tissue that raise.
Ch. 12. Leaves: made of a blade (flat part), veins (tubes that carry water and sugar) Where photosynthesis takes place Roots pull water from the.
PLANTS Chapter 9. PLANT CELLS Unlike animal cells, plant cells have cell walls, which provide structure and protection Most plant cells contain the green.
Plant Phyla. Plants Eukaryotic Multicellular Autotrophic Chloroplasts, cell wall, Vacuoles.
Plant Diversity. What are Plants? Multicellular (made of many cells) Eukaryotes (cells have nucleus & organelles) Cell Walls made of Cellulose Autotrophs.
Plants. Plant Characteristics –Many celled –Cell walls –Chlorophyll –cuticle.
Plants and Photosynthesis. Plant cell Only in Plants Chloroplast Cell Wall Vacuole (?)
Plants!!! “Stationary Animals that Eat Sunlight!!”
Kingdom Plantae Main Characteristics Cells contain a nucleus Make their own food Cells contain a cell wall Multicellular Can not move from place to place.
Chloroplasts dicot phloem xylem woody. herbaceous moss monocot taproot root hairs.
Range in size (microscopic to gigantic) Adapted to nearly every environment on earth Shared Characteristics: Most have roots or root-like structures.
Indicator Summarize characteristics that all living things share Recognize the hierarchical structure of the classification of organisms.
PLANTS-A brief introduction of chapters 22 thru 25.
Seed Plants Leaves- where the food making process (photosynthesis) occurs.
Plant Characteristics Plant Characteristics 1.Range in size 2.Most have roots or rootlike structures 3.Are adapted to live in any environment 4.All plants.
PLANTS. Plants: Grouped by characteristics Nonvascular –Simple; most grow in moist places –No vascular tissues. No way to move around water and nutrients.
Let’s draw and label the life cycle of a mushroom Please sketch the following diagram in your notes…it will be helpful in the future! Please sketch the.
Plant notes outline I.Characteristics A.Multicellular eukaryote B.Cell wall = cellulose C.Autotrophic II.Types A. Nonvascular B. Vascular 1. xylem 2. phloem.
Kingdom Plantae Biology. Multi-cellular Multi-cellular Autotrophic Autotrophic Eukaryotic Eukaryotic Cell walls made of cellulose Cell walls made of cellulose.
The World of Plants KINGDOM PLANTAE. What is a Plant: Plant Characteristics EUKARYOTIC – has a nucleus MULTICELLULAR– more than one cell AUTOTROPHIC –
Introduction to Plants. Five Plant Characteristics Plants are multicellular eukaryotes. Plants are autotrophs containing chloroplasts for photosynthesis.
Kingdom Plantae. Introduction Plants are placed into 2 groups based on structural and functional similarities, but all plants share the following characteristics.
AIM: How is the Kingdom Plantae classified? OBJ: Given notes and activity sheet SWBAT explain how plants are classified with 70% accuracy. DN: Seed Journal;
CHAPTER 9 “INTRO TO PLANTS” p. 240 Plants -285,000 + species of plants. -All have tissues and “organs”. Plants must have: cell walls -for support. chloroplasts.
Science Chapter 12 Review The center of a flower contains one or more female reproductive structures called:Gemetophyte Sporophyte Pistils Stigma Fibrous.
Plants! 7 th Grade Diversity of Living things (Mod B) Unit 2 Lesson 3: Introduction to Plants and 4: Plant Processes.
Endoplasmic Reticulum ORGANELLES Cell Wall Rigid structure surrounding the cell. Made of cellulose.
THE PLANT KINGDOM. All plants: Are Multicellular Are Autotrophic – photosynthetic Have cell walls with cellulose (that polysaccharide that we can’t digest.
Angiosperm A seed plant that produces flowers. Cambium A layer in plants that Separates the xylem and phloem.
Standard Compare the characteristic structures of various groups of plants – including vascular or nonvascular, seed or spore-producing, flowering.
How do plants make their own food? Plants make their food from carbon dioxide and water in a chemical reaction called... photosynthesis. The food made.
Plants. Overview of Plants Characteristics of all plants Multicellular Eukaryotic cells Autotrophs Cell walls made of cellulose.
WARM UP 1.List 3 basic characteristics of plants. 2.List 7 different kinds of plants.
Plant Classification & Anatomy. Plants can be classified into 2 main groups: Non-Vascular Plants mosses = no vascular systems Vascular Plants Gymnosperms.
Plant Diversity Botany = the study of plants. General Plant Charactertistics ●Living things that have roots, stems, and leaves ~ some have flowers ●Eukaryotes.
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