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Lesson 1

What Language do many scientific words come from? Latin
What is Biology? Study of living things
What does Vascular system of a plant do? Carry water and other chemicals
What do nonvascular plants lack inside? tubes or (Midrib)
What is Taxonomy? Classifying things
What is Botany? Study of plants.
Why do scientists use Latin? It's a dead language. No longer used.
How do nonvascular plants move water? absorb water like a papertowel.
What is a pod? Holds seeds for the plant.
Name two nonvascular plants. Moss and Lichens
Flower making plants are put into what phylum? Anthophyta
What is a Coniferophyta plant? cone bearer
What are Agiosperms? Plants that make flowers
What does the purpose of a flower serve? to make seeds
What do ferns and mosses have in common? They make sporangia
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