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the science of classification taxonomy
discovered taxonomy john ray
father of taxonomy linnaeus
kingdom,phylum,class,order,family,genus,species kingdom___,class___,___,genus___,
consistes of its genus and species name with the genus name first scientific name
plants with vascular systems tracheophytes
plants without vascular systems bryophytes
tiny one celled reproductive structures that will eventualy produce new plants spores
unique seedless plants fern
glas like substance that make it fough to the touch horsetail
the primary basis that clasify living things body structure
a type of spore forming plant, that bears spore in club shaped cone like club shaped structures club moss
can survive in any climate of the world,and often form a lush , green coating on moist surfaces mosses
tiny harlike that absorb water and nutrients rhizoids
have the same body structure as mosses,except with a form of a leaf liverworts
rows of bristles that attach to each segment that each annelids have setae
have flattened bodies flatworms platahelminths
organisms that live in or on oher organisms parasites
worms that are divided into segments segmented worms annelids
Created by: seastar91