Plant Reproduction

Plant Reproduction - Fern Life Cycle Seed Plants Produce...

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BIOL K101 Concepts of Biology Land Plants NonVascular Land Plants Transition to land Avoid dessication Transport water (and nutrients) Achieve fertilization (motile sperm) Support Mosses, Hornworts, and Liverworts Lack vascular tissue Do not have true roots, stems or leaves Motile sperm Dominant gametophyte generation Smaller sporophyte grows out of gametophyte Moss Life Cycle Seedless Vascular Plants Psilotum, Club Moss, Horsetails, Ferns and Others Motile sperm “Equal” gametophyte/sporophyte generation Transition to true roots and leaves
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Unformatted text preview: Fern Life Cycle Seed Plants Produce seed (structure containing the embryo, also food reserves) Non-motile sperm (in pollen) Transition (Ginko, Cycads) Gymnosperms (naked seeds) Cycads, Ginko, Gnetophyta, Coniferophyta Pine Life Cycle Angiosperms (seeds within fruit) Flower Structure Stamen Anther Filament Pistil (carpel) Stigma Style Ovary (with ovules) Sepals Petals Fruit Gametophyte development Pollen tube Embryo sac Typical Life cycle of an angiosperm Monocots Dicots...
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2010 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Vaughan during the Spring '10 term at IUPUI.

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