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Transcript of Kingdom Plantae
Thismia Americana Modern Organism > Became endangered in 1997.
> It was described as a small palm like tree and recorded in the rain forest.
> Lived in Hawaii. > Small, green, terrestrial plants Resources > www.factmonster.com >They are organisms with a nucleus and a cell membrane.
>They reproduce by spores or different kinds of seeds.
>Whether they can circulate fluids through their bodies. Early Organism Euphrasia Mendoncae > First collected in 1932 then never found again therefore making it extinct.
> It was found in Portugal. Haha Cyanea Marksii > Roots : horizontal, more or less parallel to soil surface, only a few mm deep.
> Stem: erect, unbranched, very short.
> Bracts: few, closely appressed, very reduced and scale-like.
>It has not been seen since 1916 and is believed to be extinct. > www.arkive.org Non-vascular Plants Club Moss Liverwort > Do not have specific internal conducting systems for receiving nutrients. Instead the entire plant absorbs and stores nutrients directly into the cells.
> Non-vascular plants are always small in size. > www.docstoc.com > www.brighthubeeducation.com > Flowerless and seedless plants > Small, creeping, terrestrial or epiphytic, vascular plants, which lack flowers and reproduce sexually by spores. > www.hiddenforest.co.nz > They have an above ground leaf-like structure, known as a thallus, and an underground structure, known as a rhizoid. > www.science.jrank.org/ The End