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Cubangbang #182057

Cubangbang's 6th Ch. 6 Plants Stack #182057

Vascular or Non-vascular scientist's grouping of when plants are classified by how they transport water
Rhizoids small, root-like structures mosses have
Horsetails vascular plants with tall, hollow jointed stems
Rhizomes underground stems that grow from ferns and horsetails
Biennial plants that need two growing seasons to fully develop
Perennial plants that can live for three or more years
Angiosperms are usually classified by their seed structure as either monocots or dicots
Primary root the first root that emerges from a seed
Herbaceous plants that have soft, green stems
Taproot roots that grow straight down into the soil; found in dicots
Annuals plants that grows, flowers, and produces seeds in one growing season.
Phloem tubes that carry sugars and food throughout the plant
Difference between monocot & dicot Study your book
Gymnosperms Includes cycads, gingkoes, gnetophytes, and conifers; do not have flowers, seeds develop inside cones, seeds only protected by seed coat
Xylem & Phloem cambium cells produces more of these so that trees can grow wider
Fronds leafy branches of a fern
Monocot one cotyledon, flowers have petals in groups of three, fibrous root, narrow leaves with parallel veins
cotyledon tiny seed leaves of the embryo
resin sticky substance that protects a pine tree from diseases and insects when a branch is broken
Dicots leaves have branching veins, long taproot or woody stems
Tuber food storage stem of some plants
Fiddlehead tightly coiled developing frond
Angiosperms have flowers, seeds protected inside a fruit
Vascular plants with tubelike structures that transport water
Nonvascular plants without tubelike structures that transport water
Fern seedless vascular plant
Roots absorb water and nutrients, affect the size and health of the plant, and help anchor the plant in the soil
cambium layer of cells between the xylem and phloem that produces more xylem and phloem
xylem tubes that carry water and minerals from the roots to the top of the plant
Fibrous many thin roots that spread out in all directions
Created by: jcubangbang