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Plants

General Biology II - Plants

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name the three phyla that contain nonvascular plants 1) Hempatophyta, 2) anthocerophyta, 3) bryophyta
Liverwarts are in what phylum hepatophyta
what phylum are hornwarts in anthocerophyta
the true mosses are in what phylum bryophyta
How are vascular and nonvascular plants classified the presence of a specialized network of conducting tissue
(vascular/nonvascular) plants lack true roots, stems, and leavs nonvascular plants lack true roots, stems, and leaves
name the three main nonvascular plants 1) liverwarts, 2) hornworts, 3) true mosses
the seedless vascular plants include 1) club mosses, 2) ferns
what are the two groups of vascular plants 1) seedless vascular plants, and 2) seed plants
(seedless/seed) vascular plants are the largest group of plants seed plants are the largest group of plants
name the two main types of seed vascular plants 1) gymnosperms, 2) angiosperms
give a few examples of gymnosperm plants ginko, cycads, and conifers
give a few examples of angiosperms flowering plants ( zinnias and roses)
how is the life cycle of plants characterized alternation of generations
gametophytes are (haploid/diploid) generation gametophytes are haploid generation
which of the two distinct generations in plants is multicellular and characterized by the production of the male and female gametes through meiosis gametophytes
in the fertilization of plant cells, two cells become one and form a diploid ________________________ sporophyte
a vast majority of liverworts live in _________________ environments liverworts live in moist environments
name the three ways to distinguish liverworts from mosses 1) lack thick midrib, 2) have both small and larger leaves, 3) leaves of liverwort are flattened into a single plane instead of radiating out in different directions
liverworts have a _____________________ relationship with fungi symbiotic
name the two types of liverworts 1) thalloid liverworts and 2) leafy liverworts
hair like structures, called _________________, extend into the soil and anchor the thallus rhizoids
during asexual reproduction for liverworts, what two structures that appear on liverworts 1) gemma cups and 2) gammae
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