6.05 plant kingdom diagram - Plant division Nonvascular...

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Plant division Nonvascular plants (insert photo) Seedless vascular plants (insert photo) non-flowering plants (insert photo) flowering vascular plants (insert photo) Common name Phylum Genus Specie 1. Liverwort 2. Marchantiophyta 3. Hepatica 4. Marchantiales 1. fern 2. pteridonhta 3. Pteridium 4. Aquilinum 1. Moss 2. Lycopodiophyta 3. Funaria 4. Sphagnum 1. Winters Brak 2. Magnoliophyta 3. Drimys 4. Plantae DESCRIPTION Description: They are ribbonlike plants and mostly grow on damp rocks or moist soil. Description: branched stems and leaves Description: spikey branched out stems and leaves Description: colorful bloomed flowers Why does your plant belong in this division? Why? They belong in this division because they do not have the vascular tissues that are required for the uptake of water from the
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