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Plant Characteristic

Plant Characteristics- Section 1 on plant classification

Angiosperm with two cotyledons (seed leaves) inside its seed. Dicot
Angiosperm with one cotyledon (seed leaf) inside its seed. Monocot
Plants that absorb water directly through cell walls instead of tube-like structures. Nonvascular
Plants with tube-like structures that move water, minerals, and other substances throughout the plant. Vascular
Vascular tissue which carries sugar (food) down from the leaves of the plant. Phloem
Vascular tissue which carries water and minerals up from the roots of the plant. Xylem
Vascular plants that reproduce by putting seeds in cones. Gymnosperms
Vascular plants that reproduce by putting seeds in flowers or fruits. Angiosperms
An organism that makes its own food. Autotroph
An organism that must eat other organisms to obtain its food. Heterotroph
The unique two-word name of an organism made up of its genus and species. Ex. Homo sapiens = humans Binomial nomenclature
A structure that contains a young plant in a protective covering. Seed
A structure that stores food for the young sprout found inside of a seed to grow. Cotyledon
Examples of nonvascular plants Mosses, liverworts, and hornworts
Examples of vascular plants that reproduce using spores Ferns and horsetails
Examples of vascular plants that reproduce using seeds in cones Douglas firs, junipers, and pine trees
Examples of vascular plants that reproduce using seeds in flowers/fruits Strawberries, apples, bananas
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