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Lesson 06.05 Plants

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on 28 October 2014

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Lesson 06.05 Plants
Flowering vascular plants
Example: Rudbeckia hirta or Black-Eyed Susan

Genus: Rudbeckia

Species Name: Rudbeckia hirta

Phylum Name: Angiosperms
Nonflowering seed bearing vascular plant
Example: Sunflower

Genus: Helianthus

Species Name: Helianthus annuus

Phylum Name:
Nonvascular plants
Example: Hornworts Moss

Genus: Ceratophyllum

Species Name: Sporophytes & Bryophytes

Phylum Name: Anthoceros
Seedless vascular plants
Example: Fern

Genus: Azolla

Species Name: Pteridophytes

Phylum Name: Pterophyta
The plant body of a hornwort is a haploid gametophyte stage. This stage usually grows as a thin rosette or ribbon-like thallus between one and five centimeters in diameter.Hornworts may be found worldwide, though they tend to grow only in places that are damp or humid. Some species grow in large numbers as tiny weeds in the soil of gardens and cultivated fields.
The ferns are an extremely diverse group, and there is no single characteristic that defines them. Ferns thrive in light to heavy shade.Ferns are not as important economically as seed plants but have considerable importance in some societies. Some ferns are used for food.
Sunflower, is an annual species of sunflower grown as a crop for its edible oil and edible fruits (sunflower seeds).To grow best, sunflowers need full sun. They grow best in fertile, moist, well-drained soil with heavy mulch
The plant also is a traditional Native American medicinal herb in several tribal nations;believed in those cultures to be a remedy, among other things, for colds, flu, infection, swelling and (topically, by poultice) for snake bite (although not all parts of the plant are edible)
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