Angiosperms - o digested by animals >> dropped in...

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Angiosperms angiosperms  - 240,000 species  dominant for over 100 million years 3 major advances - flower, broad leaves, fruits flower - male/female gametophytes o androecium creates pollen in anther o gynoecium creates eggs in ovary o pollen makes tube into ovary >> forms embryo >> seed broad leaves - collects more sunlight o deciduous trees - leaves drop yearly (goes into dormant period) fruits - seed package >> attracts pollinators
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Unformatted text preview: o digested by animals >> dropped in feces (adds nutrients) • monocots- 1 cotyledon (seed leaf) o parallel veins in leaves o scattered vascular bundles o monosculate pollen o adventitious roots o floral parts in multiples of 3 • dicots- 2 cotyledons, more woody than monocots o netted veins in leaves o vascular bundles in rings o tricolpate pollen o primary/adventitious roots o floral parts in multiples of 4, 5...
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2012 for the course BSC BSC1005 taught by Professor Orlando,rebecca during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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