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Plants

Seed Plants and Plant Structures

Question (Term)Answer (Definition)
What are the two types of plants? Vascular and Non-vascular
Do vascular plants have seeds or spores? Both
Do non-vascular plants have seeds or spores? Spores
What are the two types of seeds? Flowering and Conifer
Would Angiosperms be a example of flowering seeds of conifer seeds? Flowering Seeds
What are the two types of flowering plants or seeds? Monocots and Dicots
Would Gymnosperms be a example of flowering seeds of conifer seeds? Conifer Seeds
Are Gymnosperms cone- bearing plants or flowering plants? Cone-bearing Plants
Would corn be a example of a monocot or dicot? Monocot
Would Poison Ivy & Wild Plums be a example of a monocot or dicot? Dicot
How many cotyledons do MONOcots have? 1
How many cotyledons do DIcots have? 2
What do monocot leaves look like? Long, Thin, Parallel Veins
What do dicot leaves look like? Branch-Like Veins, Broad Leaves
The flower parts of monocots are in multiples of... 3
The flower parts of dicots are in multiples of... 4's or 5's
Monocots have what kind of tissue? Scattered Vascular Bundles
Dicots have what kind of tissue? Vascular Tubes in a Ring
What are some examples of monocots? Grass, Corn, Rice, Tulips, Orchids
What are some examples dicots? Trees, Roses, Dandelions
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