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Chapter 8 Section 4

Chapter 8 Section 4

Chapter 8 Section 4. Gymnosperms. Gymnosperms. A seed plant that produces naked seeds Not enclosed by a protective fruit Many gymnosperms have needle-like or scale-like leaves, and deep-growing root systems Oldest type of seed plant. Cycads. Grow mainly in tropical and subtropical areas

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Recommended Website:

Recommended Website:

Life Science Mr. Galloway. Chapter Nine Seed Plants. 9.1 Characteristics of Seed Plants 9.2 Gymnosperms 9.3 Angiosperms 9.4 Plant Responses and Growth. Recommended Website:. Genesis 1:11-13

By adamdaniel
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Most massive = Giant Sequoias Sequoiadendron giganteum (Cupressaceae) …...

Most massive = Giant Sequoias Sequoiadendron giganteum (Cupressaceae) …...

The conifers have the. Most massive = Giant Sequoias Sequoiadendron giganteum (Cupressaceae) …. ..The Tallest = Coastal Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) (Cupressaceae) …. .. And the oldest = Bristlecone Pine Pinus longaeva (Pinaceae). Welwitschia mirabilis Welwitschiaceae young plant

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Introduction to plants

Introduction to plants

Introduction to plants. All life on earth depends on plants. Without plants ecosystems would soon grind to a halt. Animals (and fungi) are parasitic on plants. Taxonomy - definitions. Always start by setting out what you’re talking about!

By muniya
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Lesson 1- Plant Structure

Lesson 1- Plant Structure

Lesson 1- Plant Structure. Ms Jan. Plant Structure SLOs. Label the structures on a plant State the function of different structures on plants. Diagram of a simple plant. Plant parts and their function. Leaves: absorb sunlight and transform it into food

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Tree Physiology

Tree Physiology

AG-FS-4 The student will be able to identify trees and explain their environmental and economic value. b. Describe the physiological processes of tree growth . Tree Physiology. Diameter growth When a ring of many cells of xylem is laid down by a division of the cambium layer

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Plant Overview and Reproduction

Plant Overview and Reproduction

Plant Overview and Reproduction. Pre-AP Biology. What Is a Plant?. Members of the kingdom Plantae Plants are multicellular eukaryotes Plants have cell walls made of cellulose .

By walden
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Parts of a Seed Plant

Parts of a Seed Plant

Parts of a Seed Plant. Objectives: Explain the lifecycle of a gymnosperm and an angiosperm. Gymnosperms. A gymnosperm is a seed plant that produces “naked” seeds (This means seeds are not enclosed in a fruit).

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Chapter 8 Section 4

Chapter 8 Section 4

Chapter 8 Section 4. Gymnosperms. Gymnosperms. A seed plant that produces naked seeds Not enclosed by a protective fruit Many gymnosperms have needle-like or scale-like leaves, and deep-growing root systems Oldest type of seed plant. Cycads. Grow mainly in tropical and subtropical areas

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Plants

Plants

Plants. By Carmela Patubo Per: 1. Nonvascular. Vascular. Contains vascular tissues, special cells that transport water and nutrients Stems, leaves, and roots Xylem- carries water and nutrients from the roots to the stems and leaves

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Conifers

Conifers

2 kinds of cones. Conifers. Male vs. Female Cones. Male Pollen cones. Female Seed cones immature. Male. Female immature. Mature Immature. “ Naked” and “Covered”. Reproduction. Scales Male cones produce male gametophytes called pollen grain

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Plant ID Week 11

Plant ID Week 11

Plant ID Week 11. Hort I. Juniperus horizontalis. Common Name: Creeping Juniper Other names: trailing juniper, creeping savin juniper, creeping cedar Evergreen groundcover. Height: 1-2 ft tall Width: one plant can cover 6-10 ft in diameter

By suki
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Plant Reproduction: Seed Plants

Plant Reproduction: Seed Plants

Plant Reproduction: Seed Plants. Seed Plants. Seed plants reproduce sexually Fertilization from male and female sex cells Two types: Gymnosperms E.g. Pine trees with cones Angiosperms E.g. Most have flowers. Gymnosperms. Means ‘naked seed’ = needs the cone to protect it!

By isaiah
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Plants

Plants

Plants. The Kingdom Plantae. Common characteristics. Multicellular Eukaryotic Photoautotrophic. First: Some terms to know. Gametophyte : a multi-celled haploid body (stage) that produces haploid (n) gametes. Zygote : a diploid body formed when gametes fuse at fertilization.

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ORIGIN OF PLANTS

ORIGIN OF PLANTS

ORIGIN OF PLANTS. Plants originated from simple unicellular algae as they colonised the empty landmass - Seed plants are said to have had an advantage over other ancient seedless plants and they dominated the terrestrial habitat. WHY PLANTS ARE IMPORTANT.

By deon
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Plant Taxonomy Make up Walk-a-Lab

Plant Taxonomy Make up Walk-a-Lab

Plant Taxonomy Make up Walk-a-Lab. Get a copy of the lab handout from your teacher Read and highlight the packet with information before beginning this!. Station 1: Pre Plant Protists. Sketch in your packet the following protists. Volvox Colony with zygotes. spirogyra. Station 2: Mosses.

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Systematics of Pinophyta

Systematics of Pinophyta

Systematics of Pinophyta. Pinus. Male cones many and clustered Female cones woody, with persistent soles (apophysis) Needles in cluster of 2-5; evergreen Umbo may be terminal or dorsal. Pinus ponderosa. Ovulate cone, LS. Microsporangiate cone, LS. Microsporophyll, TS. Pinus ovule.

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Gymnosperms

Gymnosperms

Gymnosperms. EQ: How do I describe the characteristics of gymnosperms?. EQ: How do I describe the characteristics of gymnosperms?. Gymnosperms. A seed plant that produces naked seeds – not enclosed by any protective covering Most have needlelike or scale like leaves

By nadda
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Parts of a Seed Plant

Parts of a Seed Plant

Parts of a Seed Plant. Objectives: Explain the lifecycle of a gymnosperm and an angiosperm Notes = white. Gymnosperms. A gymnosperm is a seed plant that produces “naked” seeds (This means seeds are not enclosed in a fruit).

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Gymnosperms

Gymnosperms

Gymnosperms. Seed Advantages. 1) Seed plants don’t depend on water to reproduce Pollen spread by wind and animals 2) Embryo has…. Nourishment: Nutrients inside feed embryo Protection: Hard shell 3) Seeds allow for dispersal Carried by wind, water, animals. Wind. Wind. Wind.

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