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Biology 6.05 - Plants

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Mina Schuck

on 29 August 2013

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Transcript of Biology 6.05 - Plants

Biology 6.05 - Plants
What we'll be covering
Today we will speak about nonvascular, vascular, nonflowering and flowering plants.
Moss is a nonvascular plant because moss reproduces using spores instead of seeds and does not have flowers. Moss comes from the Genus Sphagnum and the phylum Bryophyta.
Nonvascular Plants
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Hen and chicken ferns are from the phylum Pteridophyta. The Genus is Asplenium and species is bulbiferum. Ferns have a root like structure and can produce sexually or asexually.
Vascular Plants
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The Silver Fir is a nonflowering plant from the Genus Abies, species A. Alba and phylum coniferous. It has two green/white strips of stomata under the leaves.
Nonflowering Plants
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Flowering plants are seed producing plants. The sweetbay magnolia comes from the phylum angiosperms, the genus magnolia and the species M. Virginiana.
Flowering Plants
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