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NON VASCULAR PLANTS

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White cushion moss is either white, grayish or bluish green, It grows in a ball shape, in moist woods or marshes.
It fits under Non-Vascular Plant Division because it has no roots or flowers. It has leaves which act like sponges and absorb water. To reproduce sends up tiny stalks called " sporophytes", once spores inside grown the stalks bend and release out the spores. The spores will travel by wind to form new plants. White cushion moss help the environment due to the fact they hold moisture for lond periods of time. Form dense peats that function in water storage, they can hole 20
times it's dry mass in water

NON VASCULAR PLANTS
WHITE CUSHION MOSS
LEUCOBRYUM GLANCUM
PHYLUM: BRYOPHYTA
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SEEDLESS VASCULAR
WHISK FERN
Psilotum Nudum
Phylum : Psilophya
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Psilotum Nudum is epiphyte, grows as terrestrial plant in sandy soils.
it fits under Seedless Vascular Plant Division, it does not use seeds to reproduce. It uses flagellated sperm, female gametophytes and spores in reproduction cycle. Psilotum nudum is nature to swampland and dry rocky cliff from South Carolina to Oklahoma to tropics. Psilotum lacks roots so it has Rhizomes which occur with mutalistic fungus which are useful to obtain essential nutrients.
GYMNOSPERM
WHITE PINE
Pinus strobus
Phylum: Coniferophyta
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Pinus Strobus is a woody plant known as conifers. They live i cold dry conditions in Canada and U.S
It fits Non Flowering Seed Bearing Vascular Plant because it use seeds hidden in cones to reproduce. They are considered "Gymnosperms" which means they produce sexually. They have two types of cones, male pollen cones and large female seed cones. The pollen floats in the wind to fertilize seeds. Pinus Strobus seeds from the cones have wind like appendages that catch to wind for fertilization to occur.
FLOWERING VASCULAR PLANT
TIGER LILY
Lilium Bulbiferum
Phylum: Anthoyta
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Lilium Bulbiferum are found on rock slopes in eastern Central Europe. Prefers well drained moist soil with PH ranging from acidic to neutral.
It fits Flowering Vascular Plant Division because they are angiosperms and it's flower are Hermaphrodites ( have both the male and female organs). They reproduce sexually using mal pollen and female ovary. Cross-pollenation can occur due to pollenator BEE's
transferring pollen from one flower to another. Once ovary is fertilized a seed form, Non-fleshy fruit seeds have burrs that make them stick to fur and animals allowing transport of the seed to occur
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