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06.05 Plants

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Cassandra Swenson

on 8 May 2013

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Transcript of 06.05 Plants

6.05 Plants Non-Vascular Plants: Spanish Moss (Tillandsia usneoides) Seedless Vascular Plants- Ferns (Marattiopsida) Non-Flowering Vascular Plant-
Pine tree (Pinus) Flowering Vascular Plants-
Sunflower (Helianthus Annuus) Kingdom: Plantae
Order: Bromeliales
Phylum: Embryophyta Ferns carry spores on their leaves, or on the underside of their leaves. The spores growing on said leaves move into the soil and begin growing when exposed to sunlight and water. Trees reproduce by dropping acorns or pine cones. When the pollen on the pine cones is blown by the wind, it fertilizes female plants. Once the plants are fertilized, they are able to begin growing. Flowering plants reproduce in the same flower, which contains both the male and female reproductive organs. This allows the flowers to self-pollinate or populate with others to create more genetic diversity. Non-vascular plants are structures that don't have roots to collect water from soil, so they have to be close to a body of water or live in a wet environment. Spanish moss is found commonly in swampy areas in Florida where there is a lot of moisture and rain. Kingdom: Plantae
Order: Marattiopsida
Phylum: Filicophyta Kingdom: Plantae
Order: Pinales
Phylum: Pteridophyta Kingdom: Plantae
Order: Asterales
Phylum: Tracheophyta
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