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06.05 Plants Honors

06.05 Plants Honors
by Shelby Coniglio on 7 December 2012

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06.05 Plants Honors Oak tree Bamboo Dandelion Mom call them "weeds".. hahah Hosta A. The leaves are solid green.....Go to #2.
B. The leaves have a white margin.......subphylum Your plant is a hosta. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
A. The leaves have a straight edge..... Magnoliophyta Your plant is Bamboo.
B. The leaves have a curvy edge.......Go to #3. A. The plant has a woody stem.....Magnoliophyta Your plant is an oak tree.
B. The plant has soft stems.......Anthophyta Plant is a dandelion. A. The branches are green....... Go to #5
B. Cube-shaped mounds of leaves.... Plant is hosta A. Long, slender leaf stalks that curve outward.... Go to #4
B. Is eaten by Pandas.... Magnoliophyta Plant is bamboo 6. 7. A. Has acorns..... Magnoliophyta Plant is oak tree
B. Yellow flowers 1 to 2" wide... Go to #7 A. Leafless stems...Anthophyta Plant is a dandelion
B. Very large... Go to #6 Vascular tissue is present- Veins in leaves and stems……...............Go to #3
Vascular tissue is not present ……………….......………………..Go to #2


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Spongy, tiny leaf like appearance…………….…………Bryophyta (moss) none
Horn-like structures…….….............………................... Anthophyta (Dandelion)
Deeply grooved lobes…….………...………….….........Magnoliophyta (Oak tree)


3
Spores under or attached to leaves or stems…..………..Go to #4
Flowers or fruit…………….....………………..............Anthophyta (Dandelion)
Presence of cones……………………...……………....Go to #5


4
Grow in club-like clusters……………..…………............ subphylum (Hosta)
Large fronds…………..……………………………….. Magnoliophyta (Bamboo)
Stems with no leaves, whisk-like appearance…................. Anthophyta (Dandelion)
Reed-like appearance of leaves and stems.….................... Anthophyta (Dandelion puff"The white seed stuff that when you blow on it it fly's.")


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Palm-like leaves, cone/s in the center…………….…….......... Magnoliophyta (Bamboo)
White/silver fruit-like cones that emit foul odor…..…...............Female Ginkgophyta
Needle-like leaves and cones………………………..……… Anthophyta (Dandelion)
Pollen tubes from one cone to another………………………. Anthophyta (Dandelion) 1 Location: front yard.
Physical Description: very tall.
Phylum:Magnoliophyta Location: Backyard
Physical Description:grows to 18' height. Phylum:Magnoliophyta Location:Backyard
Physical Description:bright yellow flower.
Phylum:Anthophyta Location: Front yard.
Physical Description: smooth leave bush.
Phylum: subphylum My own Dichotomous Key Procedures:
Note: Read all the instructions for this lab before you begin working! Pre-reading the procedure will give you a mental picture of what you will be doing and a better understanding of the process.


Find an area of vegetation, like a backyard or a park, and select four plants of different characteristics from your chosen location. You may take pictures of your selected plants or bring samples back to your home to study.


In the data chart below, list the location you discovered your plants and provide a physical description of each of your four plant samples.


Use the dichotomous key provided to identify the phylum of your plant samples. List the phylum for each in your data chart.


Answer the analysis and conclusion questions. Analysis Questions:
What characteristics allowed you to identify each of your plant samples?


To which division does each of your plant samples belong and why? [Nonvascular (Bryophytes), Seedless Vascular (Pteridophytes), Nonflowering Plants (Gymnosperms), or the Flowering Plants (Angiosperms)]?


Was your hypothesis correct? Did you have more of one type of plant over another? If so, why? Conclusion:


Why is it important to know the division or phylum of the various plant species growing in your backyard?
I don't think it's that important, but "learning never killed anyone" if you were a doctor or wildlife tour guide you want to know them because it could help you tell which are poisonous so that they can care for it if someone gets poisoned. Well you can easily tell if a plant is flowering or non-flowering by what it looks like, and that helps tell you if it's seedless or not as well. Yes it was, my hypothesis was that none of my plants were non-vascular. Everything except non-vascular and seedless.
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