AP_Bio_Chp_29_and_30

AP_Bio_Chp_29_and_30 - Plant Diversity I: How Plants...

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Plant Diversity I: How Plants Colonized Land Chapter 29 1) Describe how each of the following adaptations enabled plants to evolve from the water onto land. a. cuticle b. lignin c. sporopollenin d. gametangia e. embryophytes f. vascular Tissue 2) Alternation of Generations is a complex life cycle found in all plants. What are the two major generations, and what are the meanings of their names? 3) How is a spore different from a gamete? You must know the evolutionary relationship (phylogeny) presented in figure 29.3 4) What group of algae is the closest relative to plants? 5) Why do Bryophytes need to be near water/damp places? 2 Reasons 6) What are the common names for the three major types of plants that are considered bryophytes? (they are not in the same division) 7) What are the names of the male and female gametophytes of a bryophyte?
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8) How can you identify the sporophyte of a moss? 9)
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