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Three Main Types of Plants

Three Main Types of Plants

Three Main Types of Plants. Mosses(No Flowers) www.bio.umass.edu/biology/ conn.river/ mosses.html Grasses (Monocots) http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/ Trees, Shrubs and Weeds (Dicots). No flowers Fruiting bodies with spores instead of seeds Usually very small plants with tiny leaves

By johana
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Seedless Plants

Seedless Plants

Seedless Plants. Mosses and Liverworts Ferns, Horsetails, and Club Mosses. Mosses and Liverworts. Small Live on bark, rocks, and soil No vascular system Must live in places that are wet No true roots, stems, or leaves. Mosses. Liverworts. Mosses and Liverworts.

By betty_james
(335 views)

Vascular Seedless Plants

Vascular Seedless Plants

Vascular Seedless Plants. By Ravi Rao Biology 110H Dr. Heidi Appel. Evolutionary Location. Psilophyta Whisk Ferns Lycophyta Club Mosses. Pterophyta Ferns Sphenophyta Horsetails. Major Taxonomic Groups. Major Taxonomic Groups. Psilophyta Whisk Ferns

By annabel
(253 views)

Plant Diversity

Plant Diversity

Plant Diversity. The Evolution and Classification of Plants. Warm-up: Write each Question and Answer for Each. What do I know about plants? True or False. All plants perform photosynthesis. All plants need water and nutrients. All plants reproduce using flowers.

By bailey
(234 views)

Mosses, Ferns and Lycopods

Mosses, Ferns and Lycopods

Mosses, Ferns and Lycopods. BIOL 1407. Non-Vascular Plants. Characteristics No vascular tissue Small Moist habitats No true roots, stems or leaves Photo Credit: Manfred Morgner, 2002, Wikimedia Commons. Non-Vascular Plants. Gametophyte dominant Sporophyte dependent. Non-Vascular Plants.

By ull
(239 views)

Vocabulary Review

Vocabulary Review

Vocabulary Review. Ch 28 – Plant Evolution and Classification. A waxy or fatty and watertight layer on the external wall of epidermal cells. Cuticle.

By mikkel
(113 views)

Chapter 16

Chapter 16

Chapter 16. 0. Plants and the Move onto Land. Terrestrial Adaptations of Plants Structural Adaptations. A plant is A multicellular eukaryote A photoautotroph, making organic molecules by photosynthesis

By summer
(90 views)

Seedless Plants

Seedless Plants

Seedless Plants. Plant Evolution. Plant Evolution. Nonvascular Seedless plants (Ordovician - 475 mya) Vascular Seedless plants (Devonian - 400 mya) Vascular Seed plants (Carboniferous - 360 mya) Flowering plants (Cretaceous - 130 mya). Plant Evolution (Common with Algae).

By quennell
(108 views)

THE PLANT KINGDOM

THE PLANT KINGDOM

THE PLANT KINGDOM. I The Importance of Plants II What is a Plant? III The Two Divisions of the Plant Kingdom IV Alternation of Generations V Evolutionary Trend of Plants. DIVISION BRYOPHYTA. I TAXONOMY 1. CLASS MUSCI (mosses) 2. CLASS HEPATICAE (liverworts)

By augustin
(287 views)

Simple Plants: Chapters 20 and 21 20-1 Characteristics of Algae

Simple Plants: Chapters 20 and 21 20-1 Characteristics of Algae

Simple Plants: Chapters 20 and 21 20-1 Characteristics of Algae. I. Introduction. A . Description: 1 . Are photosynthetic organisms 2 . Live in fresh water (e.g. streams, ponds, lakes , or swamps ) and oceans. Must live in or near a source of water

By nura
(114 views)

Devonian – the Age of Fish

Devonian – the Age of Fish

Devonian – the Age of Fish. Dunkelosteus. Life on Land. First fossils of life on land Ordovician Period Possibly Middle Cambrian Why did Earth go so long without life on land? What prevented life from inhabiting the land?. Barriers to life on land. Dehydration

By mrinal
(234 views)

Types of Plants

Types of Plants

Types of Plants. Nonvascular and Vascular Plants. Non-Vascular Plants. Example: Mosses Characteristics: No vascular tissue (system of tubes to transport water & nutrients) 2. Transport via diffusion. Non-Vascular Plants. 3. Structure: a. No “true” roots, stems

By amie
(519 views)

Plants

Plants

This plant is called the Myrciaria dubia. From Peru and Brazil. Plants. Plant Cell . Chloroplast-the special chemical that makes the plants food during photosynthesis. Mitochondria-is the plants little energy producer.

By jodie
(142 views)

Seedless Plants

Seedless Plants

Seedless Plants. Mosses and Liverworts Ferns and Horsetails. Mosses and Liverworts. Small Live on bark, rocks, and soil No vascular system Must live in places that are wet No true roots, stems, or leaves. Mosses. Reproduction in mosses. Liverworts. Mosses and Liverworts.

By garret
(162 views)

Plants

Plants

Plants. Introducing…Plants. Earliest plants appeared around 500 million years ago Thought to have evolved from algal like ancestors. General Characteristics:. Eukaryotic, multicellular , photosynthetic Cellulose in cell wall Mostly terrestrial, variety of living conditions

By hoshi
(177 views)

How Are Plants Sorted Into Groups?

How Are Plants Sorted Into Groups?

How Are Plants Sorted Into Groups?. Scientists sort plants into different groups, just like they do animals. Nonvascular plants do not have true roots, stems, or leaves because they don’t have veins. Because they absorb water and food from their surroundings, they cannot grow very tall.

By banyan
(421 views)

Plant Kingdom

Plant Kingdom

Plant Kingdom. http://videos.howstuffworks.com/discovery/30700-assignment-discovery-the-four-types-of-plants-video.htm. Evolutionary Advancements. Plants are thought to have evolved from multicellular green algae. Plant Kingdom. Key Characteristics : Eukaryotic, multicellular

By prem
(133 views)

What are plant hormones and how do they function ?

What are plant hormones and how do they function ?

What are plant hormones and how do they function ?. What are tracheophytes ?. Higher land plants with vascularization (true roots, stems and leaves) are called tracheophytes. They include the ferns, gymnosperms (conifers) and angiosperms (flowering plants).

By dee
(222 views)

2.6 The Plant Kingdom

2.6 The Plant Kingdom

2.6 The Plant Kingdom . We love our plants!. How Scientist Classify Plants. They classify plants by asking really important question. Questions 1. Does it have roots, a stem, and leaves?. Question # 2. Does it have tube-like structures inside it to help transport water?.

By wyanet
(78 views)

Seaweed

Seaweed

Seaweed. Looks like a plant but is really a protist…. Background Information. Most seaweed is photosynthetic. Some are not producers but parasites of other seaweeds. Seaweeds transform solar energy into chemical energy in the form of organic matter.

By zubeda
(214 views)

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