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Chapter 4 Test

Final Exam- Semester 1

What are flowering plants called? Angiosperms
What kind of plant has tubelike cells? Vascular Plant
An angiosperm with 1 seed leaf is called a ? monocot
What kind of plants are divided into Angiosperms (flowering) and Gymnosperms (non-flowering) Seed Plants
A leaf on a fern is called a ________ Frond
Are ferns vascular or nonvascular plants? Vascular
Are mosses vascular or nonvascular plants? Nonvascular
What do ferns have that mosses do NOT have? Well developed leaves stems and roots.
What important contribution did Carolus Linnaeus make to biology? He developed the system of classification we used today.
What do conifers and ginkgo trees have in common? Both are Gymnosperms
What do seedless plants reproduce by? spores
Nonflowering seed plants are called? Gymnosperms
What contains the beginning of a plant and stored food? Seed
What kind of tissue is made up of tubes and vessels? Vascular Tissue
What kind of seed has two cotyledon? Dicot
Clusters of spores on ferns Sori
Soil ingredient Humus
Major group of gymnosperms Conifer
Surrounds the seed of an Angiosperm Fruit
Root-like thread in moss Rhizoid
A beginning plant embryo
First classified plants and animals Aristotle
All ______________plants have well developed leaves, stems, and roots. Vascular
Grass, trees, and cacti's all reproduce using Seeds
A ___________-- such as a bean, has 2 seed leafs Dicot
Ferns and mosses reproduce using ___________- Spores
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