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Chapter 29

Chapter 29

Chapter 29. Plant Diversity I How Plants Colonized Land. Figure 29.1. Overview: The Greening of Earth Looking at a lush landscape It is difficult to imagine the land without any plants or other organisms. For more than the first 3 billion years of Earth’s history

By morey
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Charales are the closest relatives to the land plants

Charales are the closest relatives to the land plants

Charales are the closest relatives to the land plants. Typical liverwort growth pattern-- note the dichotomous branching pattern. CSUBIOWEB - IMAGES BY STEVEN J. WOLF.

By merle
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Botany: Part I Overview of Plants & Plant Structure

Botany: Part I Overview of Plants & Plant Structure

Botany: Part I Overview of Plants & Plant Structure. The Study Of Botany Derives Components From Each Of The Four Big Ideas In Biology. Big Idea 1: The process of evolution drives the diversity and unity of life

By yadid
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Lab 8

Lab 8

Lab 8. Chlorophyta, Lichens, Symbiosis. Green Plants. Common name : Green plants Synonyms : Viridiplantae Mode of nutrition : Autotrophic; green chloroplasts (some parasitic members) Habitat : Freshwater, marine, terrestrial Growth habit : Unicellular, filamentous, various multicellular

By toviel
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Aquatic Plants: Non-Vascular Plants and Ferns

Aquatic Plants: Non-Vascular Plants and Ferns

Aquatic Plants: Non-Vascular Plants and Ferns. (a). Chara , a pond organism. 10 mm. 40 µm. (b). Coleochaete orbicularis , a disk- shaped charophycean (LM). I. Evolution of Plants. A. Plants are evolved from green algae

By moswen
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Chapter 22: Introduction to Plants

Chapter 22: Introduction to Plants

Chapter 22: Introduction to Plants. El- Zoor, Jenna Biology- Period 4 Mr. Miguez November 18, 2013. 22.1 What is a Plant?. In order for plants to survive they need to have; water, minerals, sunlight, and gas exchange.

By jaden
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Forest ecosystems

Forest ecosystems

Forest ecosystems. Forests occupy approximately one-third of Earth's land area, account for over two-thirds of the leaf area of land plants, and contain about 70% of carbon present in living things. Goods. timber fuel wood drinking and irrigation water Fodder

By misty
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Kingdom Plantae

Kingdom Plantae

Kingdom Plantae . An Evolutionary History of Plants. Life on Earth: The First Forests. Complete the information on the next two slides (also shown on the handout provided in class) as you view the film. From the film, list the order of development of the members of the plant kingdom.

By ilar
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The CIMI Log Book

The CIMI Log Book

The CIMI Log Book. What do we do with the book?. Some pages will be used in the labs. During the fish lab, for example, your instructor may ask you to fill out the parts of a fish. If you don’t do this in lab, we’ll do it at school.

By ziya
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Quick algae review

Quick algae review

Quick algae review. Habitat Structure Type of cell Transport Reproduction. MOSSES and FERNS Seedless Plants - Chapter 21. According to The Theory of Evolution: Life (algae) began in the sea, and for millions of years living things remained in the sea. Yet, slowly, life emerged onto land.

By mahdis
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Protista

Protista

Protista. Brief Introduction. Dutch microscopist Anti van Leewenhoek was the 1 st to lay eyes on protists 300 yrs ago Viewed a droplet of pond water under a light microscope

By miyo
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Survival Use of plants

Survival Use of plants

Survival Use of plants. CW4 Hays. “I have made a satisfactory dinner off a dish of Purslane which I gathered and boiled …yet men have come to such a pass that they frequently starve, not from want of necessaries, but for want of luxuries. ” Henry David Thoreau. Universal edibility test.

By nami
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Announcements

Announcements

Announcements. Test 4 will be on Friday May 23 over photosynthesis, cellular respiration, and biogeochemical cycles These information is not in your textbook, so notes will be provided, it is critical you attend class to get the notes Posters Due Wednesday, May 28 Final Exam Schedule.

By bryson
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Earth’s History

Earth’s History

Earth’s History. A history including how life evolved, how the geosphere changed and major extinction events. . Time periods. Eons Eras Periods Epochs. Pre- Achean Eon (Hadean Eon): Formation of Earth. Earth is approximately 4.6 billion years old. Remember: How did Earth form?

By nash
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Classifying Plants and animals

Classifying Plants and animals

Classifying Plants and animals. Group Name: The Differentials. Group Members : Sara Kaleem Age: 12 Anmol Qaiser Age: Umair Ahmed Age: Mugheesullah Age:.

By shelley
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Chapter 29: Plant Diversity

Chapter 29: Plant Diversity

Chapter 29: Plant Diversity . How Plants Colonized Land. By: Meg Riley, Anna Ferlanti, and Laurie VanBenschoten. The Greening of Earth. Land plants evolved from aquatic green algae 500 mya Plants are crucial to life on Earth Supply Oxygen Provide Habitats Provide Food. Charophyceans

By vera
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A Journey of a drop of water

A Journey of a drop of water

A Journey of a drop of water. By: Saeed Al Naimi. Have you??. Have you ever wondered how a drop of water gets from the soil to the leaves. Well in this presentation you will learn the whole process. ENJOY..!. Roots.

By chavi
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NON-VASCULAR PLANTS

NON-VASCULAR PLANTS

NON-VASCULAR PLANTS. JRMG 2010 Bio1. WHAT ARE PLANTS?????. KINGDOM PLANTAE. Multicellular eukaryotes CW: cellulose Chlorophyll a and b “STATIONARY ANIMALS EAT SUNLIGHT” Immobile Alternation of Generations. Basic Plant LIFE CYCLE. NEEDS of PLANTS. Sunlight Water Minerals Gas.

By stevie
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The Mesozoic Era

The Mesozoic Era

The Mesozoic Era. The Mesozoic Era lasted from 248 mya – 65 mya. Major Events of the Mesozoic Era 1. Pangaea broke apart. 2. Formation of the Rocky Mountains. During the break up of Pangaea the Pacific Plate subducted under the North American Plate.

By briar
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Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis. What is Photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is an energy and food making process used by plants Which takes place in the plant organelles known as chloroplasts. Organisms that photosynthesize. Algae. In Aquatic Environments. Together called phytoplankton. Cyanobacteria.

By libby
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