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CP major plant class

4 major plant classes

QuestionAnswer
stomata used to conserve water
roots used to absorb water
non-vascular plants that lack a tube network to carry water and nutrients
moss type of non-vascular plant
vascular Tube like elongated cells to carry food and other materials
xylem transport water and minerals from roots
phloem transports sugar from leaves
ferns seedless vascular plants that reproduce by spores
non-flowering plants gymnosperms
gymnosperms reproduce with cones
flowering plants angiosperm
contains the plant embryo seed
mature flower ovary fruit
endosperm food supply and found in the seed
seed dispersal to move away from the parent plant to reduce competition
closest evolutionary relationship gymnosperm and angiosperm
Created by: nbctbio