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5 Classifying Plants

flower-non, seed or spore, a seed, fruit-non, useful-harm,

Learning Objectives
What are the different kinds of plants? flower-non, seed or spore, a seed, fruit-non, useful-harm,
Why do we need to identify and assign plants into groups? Such a large variety of plants
What are some examples of flowering plants? tress, shrubs,herbs even grass
What are some examples of non-flowering plants? ferns and mosses, spruce and pine trees produce cones they are conifers
What special features does a seed producing plant have? flowering plants produce fruit, some many seeds some one seed there are also seeds inside cones
What special features does a spore producing plant have? it is non flowering
What special features does a fruit producing plant have? flowers on the tree develop into fruits, fleshy-like oranges & tomatoes dry-like nuts, peas, dandelions
What special features does a non-fruit plant have? ferns, mosses and conifers
What are some useful plants? plants that produce food
What are some harmful plants? plants that causes swelling or vomiting
What are 3 examples of plants with woody stems? trees, shrubs, woody vines
What are 3 examples of plants with non-woody stems? grass, herbs, non-woody vine
What are the 3 crown shapes of trees? rounded - willow tree Umbrella shaped - Acacia tree cone-shaped - pine tree (Christmas tree)
What are the difference between trees and shrubs? smaller several woody stems grow close to the ground
What are the parts of a seed and what is the function of each? coat-protects and prevents drying out embryo-it grows into a new plant leaf-is the food for the new plant
Created by: rodkormylo