LectureOutline_2_19_22

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Lecture Outline Chapter 30 – Seed Plants Terms: Pollen- Ovule- Synergid- Pollination- Double fertilization- Endosperm- Carpel (or Pistil)- Stamen- Fruit- Seed- Major concepts: Vascular Plants How did the evolution of vascular tissue change the landscape on Earth? What are the two types of vascular tissue and what do they transport? Name the major lineages of Vascular plants and note how they differ from one another. 1. _______________ 2. _______________ 3. _______________ 4. _______________
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Seed Plants What is the significance of producing seeds? Why is heterospory required for seeds to evolve? Compare the gametophyte generation of gymnosperms with angiosperms. What are the major changes in this generation in the angiosperms? What is the significance of this change? Gymnosperms This is a complex lifecycle.
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Unformatted text preview: Take some time to really review the lifecycle of pines and compare this with the fern life cycle What is the nutritive tissue that is present in gymnosperm seeds? There are four major lineages of Gymnosperms that we will cover. What are some of the characteristics that define these groups & what is the significance of each in terms of ecology or economy? Phylogeny and diversity of angiosperms . Consider the two major groups of angiosperms that you examined in lab- monocots & dicots. What are some of the morphological features that define these groups? Morphological Feature Monocots Dicots What has molecular systematics taught us about angiosperm evolution? Are dicots monophyletic? What are the first branching lineages in the flowering plants?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2010 for the course BIOL 152 taught by Professor Niedenthal during the Spring '09 term at Kansas.

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