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27-plantevolAoutl - 3. P: Anthocerophyta IV. Seedless...

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Biology 3 Lecture: Evolution of Plants I (SBM9: Ch 27) © 2011 copyright Marta D. de Jesus I. What is a “plant”? A. B. C. Archaeplastids D. path to land plants 1. green algae 2. Charophycean-specific a. rosette cellulose-synthesizing complexes b. c. d. e. E. K: Plantae: land plant 1. life cycles 2. walled spores 3. make gametes 4. embryophyte 5. 6. II. When did they come out? III. Non-tracheophytes A. gametophyte
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3. can be a. hermaphroditic: b. monoecious c. dioecious B. sporophyte b. can be 1) homosporous 2) heterosporous C. major innovations/changes D. ecological niche E. 3 phyla 1. P: Bryophyta 2. P: Hepatophyta antheridiophore archegoniophore
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Unformatted text preview: 3. P: Anthocerophyta IV. Seedless vascular plants A. P: Lycopodiophyta 1. what happened before or in this group a. sporophyte b. gphyte c. d. 2. innovations/changes with this specific group 3. Genus: Lycopodium Lepidodendron 4. Genus: Selaginella microsporophylls microsporangia microspores megasporophylls megasporangia megaspores 5. Genus: Isoetes B. P: Pteridophyta 1. innovations/changes a. prothallus b. sorus/sori indusium d. megaphylls fiddle heads 2. ecologically: 3. also in this group are these organisms (used to have own phyla) a. whisk ferns b. horsetails Calamites...
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