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Types of Plants
Transcript of Types of Plants
Example: Fern Fond( picture on next slide)
Scientific Name: Blechnum Apendiculatum
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Research: These are called fronds to distinguish them from the leaves of flowering plants. Leaves in flowering plants are purely concerned with photosynthesis whereas fern fronds have both a photosynthetic function and a reproductive function.
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Example: Pine Tree
Research: Gymnosperms are seed-bearing plants of which conifers are the most well-kown examples. Translated literally from the Greek, “gymnosperm” means “naked seed” referring to the manner in which the seeds are borne, often in cones or cone-like structures. Pines, spruces, firs, junipers and cedars are some of the more common gymnosperms well represented at PHA. Ginkgo, dawn redwood, Siberian carpet and the South American monkey-puzzle are some of the less well-known examples found throughout the Arboretum.
Example: Water Lily
Scientific Name: Nymphaea adorata
Research: In order to be a angiosperm the plants has to have flower. A angiosperm has ovarys that makes seeds after the fertilization that is picked up by wind, water, and animal fur. Also Angiosperms don't need water in order to fertilize the eggs.
Example: Mnium, a moss
In order to be a non-vascular it don't have
a wide variety of specialized tissues. All land plants have a life cycle with an alternation of generations between a diploid sporophyte and a haploid gametophyte, but in all nonvascular land plants the gametophyte generation is dominant.