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What are the types of plants? Non vascular/bryophytes mosses liverworts hornworts vascular seedless ferns seed producing gymnosperms angiosperms monocots dicots
What are the characteristics of non-vascular plants/bryophytes? no vascular tissue uses diffusion and osmosis for transport of nutrients one cell thick sponge like absorbency pharmaceutical potential low tangled masses
What are the characteristics of mosses used to make diapers by aboriginal peoples
what are the characteristics of hornworts? one chloroplast per cell
How do Bryophytes reproduce? gametophyte (haploid) generation + soporophyte generation (diploid) Spends more time in gametophyte stage relies on moisture a lot for sexual reproduction
What is the gametophyte generation? gametophyte produces sporophyte spores produce through meiosis and are released spore germinates on the ground=male/female gametophyte female=archegonium=egg male=antheridium=sperm sperm+egg=zygote goes through mitosis form sporophyte
What are the characteristics of seedless vascular plants taller sporophyte is the dominant stage of life less dependent on moisture ferns
What are the characteristics of seed producing vascular plants? reproduce sexually without water survive harsh environments can be carried far distances
what are the characteristics of gymnosperms? seed not enclosed includes cone bearing trees coniferous trees pine
What are the characteristics of angiosperms? produce flowers 90% of plants are angiosperms seeds contained in a fruit roses non coniferous trees divided into monocots or dicots
What is the difference between monocots and dicots? monocots one seed coat root xylem and phloem in a ring vascular bundles scattered in stem veins are parallel petals in 3s dicots two seed coats root phloem between arms of xylem vascular bundles in a ring veins netlike petals in 5s/4s
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