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Transcript of 6.05 Plants
Common name: Moss
Seedless Vascular Plants
Common Name: Fern
By: Madison Cruttenden
Moss qualifies as a nonvascular plant because it doesn't have roots, and doesn't have vascular tissue to transport water.
Moss are small green plants, densely covered in leaves.
Moss has adapted to land because it takes water in through the leaves, and produces spores.
Fern qualifies as a seedless vascular plant because they reproduce with spores, not seeds.
Ferns grow low to the ground, but can grow almost anywhere, and on almost anything.
Ferns have adapted to land because they have roots and vascular tissue that allows water to move farther through the plant so that they don't depend on absorption of water held on the plant.
Nonflowering Seed Bearing Vascular Plant
Common name: Pine tree
Pine trees are nonflowering seed bearing plants because it produces seeds but does not grow flowers.
Pine trees are tall, and cone shaped. Most often used for Christmas trees.
Pine trees have adapted because they can grow in low nutrient environments.
Flowering Vascular Plants
Species: Helianthus annuus
Common Name: Sun Flower
Sun flowers are flowering vascular plants because it has a vascular system and it produces flowers.
Sunflowers have bright yellow petals and brown centers, and grow tall.
These flowers have adapted because they have a stomata for regulation of water loss.