Plant Lecture 4 09

Plant Lecture 4 09 - example: Fern Life Cycle Vascular...

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Lecture 2/4 (1): Vascular Plants I Limitations in non-vascular plants Life cycle overview Vascular plant synapomorphies – Sporophyte Dominant life cycle • example: Fern Life Cycle – Vascular Tissue • xylem • phloem Early clades of vascular plants – Rhyniophytes – Lycophytes (club mosses, etc) – Pteridophytes (Ferns and relatives)
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Figure 35.6 The Transpiration Cohesion Tension Mechanism Xylem H 2 O H 2 O Root Leaf Stem xylem Xylem stomata
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Phloem Cells Sieve tube element Companion cell
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Which statement about vascular tissue is FALSE? a. Vascular tissue provides support. b. Vascular tissue transports water and carbohydrates c. Vascular tissue is seen in gametophytes of vascular plants d. Vascular tissue evolved once in the land plant lineage
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Lecture 2/4 (1): Vascular Plants I Limitations in non-vascular plants Life cycle overview Vascular plant synapomorphies – Sporophyte Dominant life cycle
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Unformatted text preview: example: Fern Life Cycle Vascular Tissue xylem phloem Early clades of vascular plants Rhyniophytes Lycophytes (club mosses, etc) Pteridophytes (Ferns and relatives) Rhyniophytes (extinct) Reconstruction of a Rhyniophyte Lycophytes and club mosses Lycophytes and club mosses microphylls Pteridophytes misleading megaphylls arose more than once megaphylls Megaphylls, mirophylls and megaphylls microphylls megaphylls Pteridophytes Which statement about Pteridophytes is false ? a. They are vascular plants lacking seeds. b. The visible dominant phase is the gametophyte. c. They form a monophyletic clade. d. They make spores in sporangia. 28.18 A Whisk Fern Pteridophytes : Ferns 28.17 Horsetails Reproductive Shoot Photo 28.25 Whorl of fused leaves on stem of horsetail Equisetum hiemale ....
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