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Classify Plants Ch4

Angiosperm flowering plants
Gymnosperm nonflowering seed plants
Vascular Plant a plant that has tube-like cells
Nonvascular Plant a plant that does not have tube-like cells
Monocot an angiosperm that has one seed leaf (parallel veins)
Dicot an angiosperm that have two seed leaves (branching veins)
Frond a large feathery leaf of a fern
Seed Plants divided into flowering and nonflowering plants
Humus decayed plant and animal matter that is part of the topsoil
Rhizoid root-like threads found in moss
Conifer cone bearing gymnosperm
Sori clusters of spores under a fern leaf
Moss a nonvascular plant with simple parts
Embryo a beginning plant
Seed contains a beginning plant and stored food
Plant divided into vascular and nonvascular
Vascular Tissue made up of tubes, or vessels
Spores reproductive cells of seedless plants (like ferns and mosses)
Created by: alaskowitz