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Vocabulary Review

Vocabulary Review

Vocabulary Review. Ch 30 – Plant Reproduction. A reproductive structure that produces male sex cells in flowerless and seedless plants. Antheridium. A female reproductive structure of small, nonvascular plants that produces a single egg and in which fertilization and development take place.

By keagan
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Plant Kingdom cont.

Plant Kingdom cont.

Plant Kingdom cont. WHAT'S A PLANT. Plants are members of the kingdom plantae.  Plants are photosynthetic multicellular eukaryotes - or PHOTOAUTOTROPHS . What about the venus flytrap ?

By talisa
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Section six The seed

Section six The seed

Section six The seed. Seed is a characteristic reproductive organs of seed plant . The flower through pollination and fertilization , ovule in ovary developed seed . . For example Semen Armeniacae Amarum( 苦杏仁 ) ; Semen Astragali Complanati( 沙苑子 ) ; Semen Cassiae( 决明子 )and so on.

By ziya
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Plant diversity Chapter 22

Plant diversity Chapter 22

Plant diversity Chapter 22. Objectives: 10.0 Distinguish between monocots and dicots, angiosperms and gymnosperms, and vascular and nonvascular plants . 10.1 Describing the histology of roots, stems, leaves, and flowers 10.2 Recognizing chemical and physical adaptations of plants

By stan
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Gardening 2

Gardening 2

Gardening 2. Button pushing by Johnny Presentation by the Usual Cast of Characters . Stores. Will only last so long Nutrients may be lacking. Gardening Is Sustainable. Fresh & flavorful Loaded with vitamins Can be expanded Gives group members purpose Good form of exercise

By calvin
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Plant Classification & Reproduction

Plant Classification & Reproduction

Plant Classification & Reproduction. Plants can be classified into 2 main groups:. Non-seed plants mosses = no vascular systems ferns = vascular systems but no seeds Seed plants Gymnosperms = complex vascular system + bare seed (cone)

By damita
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Classification of Plants

Classification of Plants

Classification of Plants. Three Types of Plants That We Will Discuss. Seedless , non-vascular plants Seedless , vascular plants Seed-bearing plants – all of them are vascular . Seedless, Non-vascular Plants. Also known as BRYOPHYTES. Bryophytes (non-vascular).

By scout
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Gymnosperms and Angiosperms

Gymnosperms and Angiosperms

Gymnosperms and Angiosperms. Two types of seed plants. Plants that produce seeds are called “seed plants” Pine trees and apple trees are both seed plants. Gymnosperms!. Definition: A seed plant that produces “naked seeds”

By makaio
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Plants

Plants

Plants. By: Jasmine Parker and Alana Thomas. Introduction to plants. Kingdom: Plantae Multicellular eukaryote Photosynthesize Plants need water, soil and sunlight to survive The first fossil record appeared 440 million years ago. T ypes of Plants. Bryophytes.

By sarah
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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).

By dora
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Gymnosperms

Gymnosperms

Gymnosperms. By Ala Maher and Danah Alaa. Gymnosperms-What are they?. Gymnosperms are land plants that produce seeds An example of a gymnosperm is a red spruce tree (the trees with the needle-like leaves ). How many types?. There are THREE types of gymnosperms #1: Gnetae #2:Ginkgos

By abner
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Seed plants and structure of a seed

Seed plants and structure of a seed

Seed plants and structure of a seed. Warm up. What is the difference between vascular and non-vascular plants? Specify what type of plant is each of the following:. Introduction . If plants can’t move, how do they spread their seeds?

By damia
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MONOCOT AND DICOT IDENTIFICATION

MONOCOT AND DICOT IDENTIFICATION

MONOCOT AND DICOT IDENTIFICATION. Dicot. Monocot. Dicot. Dicot. Monocot. Dicot. Monocot. Dicot. Monocot. Dicot. Monocot. Dicot. Dicot. Gymnosperm. See How Well You Know It?. 1. The function of xylem tissue is to? ________

By conan
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Monocots and Dicots

Monocots and Dicots

Monocots and Dicots. cotyledon . Is a structure in the embryo of a seed plant Commonly called the seed leaf There are two types of plants that contain cotyledons:. cotyledon . Monocots vs Dicots. Examples. Lilly . Rose . Monocots vs Dicots. Flowering parts .

By declan
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Plant Kingdom

Plant Kingdom

Plant Kingdom . Biology 112. Vascular Plants. Moss-like plants evolved into more complex structures that contained vascular tissue Specialized cells to conduct water and nutrients throughout the plant Considered to be a transport system. Transport .

By emery
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Plants

Plants

Plants. What is a Plant?. Plant Types : Trees, shrubs, grasses, mosses, ferns, algae Characteristics: Kingdom plantae Eukaryotes Have cell walls (contains cellulose) Conduct photosynthesis Autotrophic (some are parasites ( mistletoe ) or saprobes). What do plants need to survive?.

By decker
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Seed/Plant Vocab Quiz

Seed/Plant Vocab Quiz

Seed/Plant Vocab Quiz. 1. The beginning of growth or sprouting of a seed. 2. Plant whose seed contains two seed leaves. 3. Process used to produce offspring with specific traits. 4. Plant that produces seeds not enclosed in a flowers or fruit.

By brilliant
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Gene Linkage, Polyploidy & Punnett Squares

Gene Linkage, Polyploidy & Punnett Squares

Gene Linkage, Polyploidy & Punnett Squares. Gene Linkage. Chromosomes contain multiple genes Genes that are located close to each other on the same chromosome are said to be linked Linked genes usually travel together during gamete formation.

By tanuja
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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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THE SEED PLANT

THE SEED PLANT

THE SEED PLANT. A seed is a plant embryo and a food supply surrounded by a protective coat. 1.Gymnosperm. 2.Angiosperm. Flowering Plants. Non- Flowering Plants. The Gymnosperm. gymno = naked sperm = seed angeion = case,capsule.

By elwyn
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