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What is Vascular?? -largest group- Well developed transport have roots, stems, leaves and food-exlem: tranports food to rest ofplant-ex. trees and shrubs (woody stems grow tall)- grassesand dandelions(herbacous stem)
What is non-vascular??? not well developed for transport- no roots, stems and leaves-must get nutrients directly from enviroment-very small-Ex. mosses,liverwarts,and hornwarts
what is seedproducing???? - produce through seeds by making thier own seeds-seeds contain embryo (early roots,stems,leavs)and cotyledons (stored food) And seed coat- 2 major groups:cone bearing, and flowering plants
what is spore producing??? -produce sporesfor reprodution-spores are VERY SMALL-almost all flowerless plants produce spores- ex. mosses and ferns
What is flowering??? -differ from cone bearing because they grownseeds in ovary (in flower)-Flower becomes fruit that contains seeds-ex. trees, shrubs,vines,flowers,fruit,veggie,slegumes
What is cone-bearing???? - most "conifers" are evergreen with needle like leaves- conifers never have flower but produce seeds in cones - ex.pine, spruce, juniper, ceader, and redwood
What are monocots??? -a seed with one storage area are monocoyyledon-flowers of monocots have eather three pedals or multiple of three- leaves long and slender with parallel viens- vascular tubes scattered randomly in stemex. grass,corn,rice,lillies,and tulips
What are diocots???? - a seed with two cotyledons- flower have four or five of multiple of four- leaves wide with branching viens-vascular tubes incircular veines
Created by: dmcmahan