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Science & plants

Gymnosperms Woody plants that have uncovered seeds .produce seeds in cones .have needles .do not have flowers .Some are called conifers
Angiosperms Flowering plants, they produce fruits and seeds
Bryophytes Bryophytesgrow in moist areas and grow low to the ground
Roots Anchor the plant .take in water .store food . root hairs– tiny structures that extend from the outer layer of a root
Ferns Vascular & seedless
Tracheophytes The largest group of plants that have transport tubes called xylem and phloem
Plants All plants are producers . all plants have chlorophyll . the first plants to grow in bare or rocky places are called pioneer plants
herbaceous stem .Flexible, green and dies off in the winter
woody stem All trees have woody stems
Seeds The outer protective covering is the seed coat . the mark on the seed coat where the seed was once connected to the ovary is called the hilum
Created by: ccdpittsford