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Classification of Plants

Matthayom 1 - Supplementary Science
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SBWEP Saraburi

on 24 June 2011

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Transcript of Classification of Plants

Classification
Plants
of
Plant
Kingdom
Flowering Plants
Non-flowering Plants
Monocotyledons
Dicotyledons
They have all have
roots and stems
vascular tissues
flowers and fruits
Mosses
Ferns
Gymnosperms
They DO NOT
produce flowers
MOSSES
Examples of
SPORES
Mosses...
- are the most simple plants
- do not have true roots
- do not have vascular tissues
- have simple stems and leaves
- have rhizoids for anchorage
- have spores from capsules
- live in damp areas
Ferns
have a leaf that is finely divided into small parts, an underground stem, and roots
They also have spore-producing organs under the leaves
- roots, feathery leaves & underground stems
- have vascular tissues
- Spore-producing organ on the underside of leaves
- likes damp & shady places
Gymnosperms
-They have
needle-like leaves
-Have roots and
a woody stem
-Produces cones
-They live in dry
places
Monocotyledons
Mono = ONE
Cotyledon = Seed leaf/part
ONE SEED LEAF
One seed leaf
Leaves have
parallel veins
parallel veins
parallel veins
herbaceous
plants
EXAMPLES
of mocotyledons
Dicotyledons
two seed-leaves
leaves have veins in a network
mango tree, sunflower
PLANT CLASSIFICATION
Flowering
Non-flowering
Spore-bearing
Cone-bearing
1 seed-leaf
2 seed-leaves
No roots
With roots
Mosses
Ferns
Gymnosperms
Monocotyledons
Dicotyledons
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