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Botany II Test tips and need to know things- -tracheophytes: vascular tissue -bryophytes: nonvascular, mossses -tereophytes: ferns -gymnosperms: pine cones -angiosperms: flower plants -Ex/ only nonvascualr=bryophytes/mosses -swimming sperms: ferns and mosses -gymnosperms and angiosperms: use pollination -know dominant generation of each-what you see -bryophyte has gametophyte as dominant (only one) -bryophytes use spores -angiosperm: seed embedded in fruit a lot IB question (not on test) -need plants for oxygen, food, medicine, clothing Adaptations of plants: -AP has gone away from this -NOT on test -roots, vascular systems, pollen, seeds, etc.
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Unformatted text preview: Alternation of Generation: -know life cycle of fern -archegonium: give rise to egg -antheridium give rise to sperm -Look at diagram of fern Diagram on Loose Leaf: -connifer: gymnosperm, has pine cones -not being protected-just on the bracts Diagram of flower -structure and function -sepals: protect bud -petals: attract pollinators -stamen: whole structure (male) -filament supports anther (has tetrads inside) -carpel: whole structure (female) -stigma elevated by style -ovary=bigger, ovules=little guys inside -ovary makes the fruits (mature fruit) -ovules make the seeds...
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