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what is a vascular plant vascular plants have structures that let them transport water throughout the plant
examples of vascular plants ferns and horsetails
what is a non-vascular plant non-vascular plants absorb water much like a sponge soaks up liquid. These plants do not have specialized tubes and tissues
examples of non-vascular plants green algae, liver worts, and mosses
Differences between angiosperms and gymnosperms Angiosperms is a vascular plant that produces flowers, it makes fruits and seeds to protect to seeds Gymnosperms is a vascular plant that produces seeds, but it doesn't make flowers or fruits and reproduces by seeds in cones & berries.
Examples of angiosperms Tulips, Flowers
Examples of gymnosperms Cones & Berries
Similarities of angiosperms and gymnosperms They are both vascular plants
Vertebrates An animal that has a backbone in its body
Invertebrates An animal that doesn't have a backbone in its body
Example of vertebrates Dog, cat, alligator, turtle, chicken, duck, bird, elephant
Example of invertebrates Snake, rat/mouse, worms
Dichotomous key A tool that allows you to determine the identy of items
Mammal Feed milk to young and move to find food and escape from predators
Fish They have gills, fins, well developed sensory system and they can't control that body temperature and they are cold blooded
Birds They lay eggs in a nest, they have feathers and wings to make them fly
Reptiles They have dry and scaly skin. They keep the internal body temperature steady
Amphibians They lay eggs on water, some live close to the desert. They have smooth and moist skin
Differences between radial and bilateral symmetry Bilateral symmetry is a mirror like image if you cut it in half it looks the same on both sides. Radial symmetry has body parts around a central axis
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