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Biol 101 lab 5

Biol 101 Lab Final

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most diverse ecoregion sk?
what are non vasc plants called bryophytes(liverworts, mosses and hornworts
What type of plant are ferns? seedless vascular
angiosperms are divided into monocots and euidocots
monocot characteristics one cotlyedon, one pollen grain, scattered vasc tissue in stem, no taproot, parellel venation
eudicot charactersitics two cotlyedon, three opening of pollen grains, ringed vasc tissue in stem, taproot, web-like venation
cuticle waxy covering that helps retain water
stomates opening in leaves
non vasc characteristics no roots, stems or leaves. absorb nutrients and water from air or nearby water.
seedless vasc plant characteristics has conducting tissue, xylem and phloem.
gymnosperm characteristics have pollen and ovules(naked seeds)
angiosperm characteristics flowering plants, (fruit)
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