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The scientific study

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Jessica Young

on 5 April 2017

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Transcript of The scientific study

The scientific study
of plants

physiology
structure
genetics
evolution

ecology
pathology
distribution
classification
economic importance
nonvascular
vascular
Do not have a wide variety of specialized tissue types- no xylem or phloem

Do not have a wide variety of specialized tissue types- no xylem or phloem

Plants that have specialized tissues (xylem and phloem) that hold and transport water, sap, and nutrients

Plants that have specialized tissues (xylem and phloem) that hold and transport water, sap, and nutrients

Ferns
Liverworts
Club mosses

All evolved early and have limited development
angiosperms
gymnosperms
Produce seeds, but no fruits-
seeds are open/unprotected
Example: Conifers such as
pine trees
Produce seeds, but no fruits-
seeds are open/unprotected
Example: Conifers such as
pine trees
Have flowers; produce seeds enclosed within a carpel, which develops into a fruit.
Includes herbaceous plants,
shrubs, grasses, & most trees
Monocots
Dicots
Botany is the foundation for many other fields of study, especially bioengineering
Botany provides a deeper understanding the life processes of plants, which we need in order to produce neough
Society relies on a thorough understanding of the environment to create legal policies, regulations, and procedures to protect our resources
Many medical advancements begin with an understanding of chemical reactions in plants
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