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Angiosperm-Dicots

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America Acosta

on 24 October 2012

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Transcript of Angiosperm-Dicots

Angiosperm
Dicots Angiosperm comes from the two greek words Angerio meaning vessel and sperma meaning sperm. Angiosperm Angiosperm is a plant that has flowers and produces seeds inside a carple. Dicots Characteristics Angiosperm is divided into two diffrent subgroups
Monocots ans Dicots Dicots vs monocots Examples of Dicots plants: Rose
Magnolia
Sunflowers
Tomatoes
Patatoes
Penuts There's about 200,000 different species of plants just in Dicots alone. These species divide into different families Examples:
Asterance
Proteaceae
Myrtaceae
Apiaceae Out of the 400 plant families only 80 belong to monocots the rest are dicots. Seed: two cotyledons Leaves: Veins, branched pattern,netted or webbed
Vascular Structure: two structures,Xylem and Phloem
Flowers: Four or five, sometimes multiples Roots: Fibrous and branched. Links: http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/angiosperm.aspx
http: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/dicot-plants.html//faculty.valenciacollege.edu/tklenk/botany/labs/Kingdom%20Plantae%20Flowers.htm

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