PLANTS Jan 14 - o Gymnosperms Reproduce with seeds(sexually...

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PLANTS Apicol meristems: found near the tips of stems and roots Vascuole tissue: extend throughout plant body o Two types: Xylem:dead cells (moves water) Phyluem: living cells, distribute sugar (moves sugar) Lignen: support plant to stand tall Gametangia: require moisture to bring sperm and egg together Pollen grains: do not require moisture to bring sperm and egg together Groups of land Plants: o Mosses: Small Single celled No vascular tissue/tissue for moving water (no xylem, no phloem) Must live in water Reproduce by spores (unicellular) o Ferns: Reproduce by spores (haploid), vascular tissue (xylem and phloem)
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Unformatted text preview: o Gymnosperms: Reproduce with seeds (sexually) Naked seeds No flower Needle-like leaves Woody (tree like) Have seeds Example: pine, spruce, furr, hemlock, cypress o Angiosperm: Have flowers Have seeds Example, lilly, orchad Divided into: • Monocots (leaf veins are parallel parts, multiples of three) • Dicots (parts multiples of 4, 5, veins are branches • Clade: a group of species that includes an ancestral species and all its descendants...
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