Unit 2 Botany

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Bryophytes
Division of non-vascular plants that have no roots, stems, or leaves and transport nutrients using diffusion.
Mosses
don't have a vascular system so they must live close to the ground, and in moist areas.
Forms a mat to keep the moisture in
Peat Moss
The partially decomposed remains of various mosses. Retains water, adds to the acidity of the soil pH.
Bog
An area of wet, spongy ground consisting mainly of decayed or decaying peat moss (sphagnum)
Bryophytes
Includes hornworts, liverworts, and moss
Moss
Moss
Liverwort
Hornwort
Hornwort
Liverwort
Bryophyte Life cycle
Archegonium
Egg
Antheridium
Sperm
Horsetail
Ferns
Flowerless and seedless vascular plant, having true roots from a rhizome, and fronds that uncurl upwards; and reproduces with bisexual spores.
Fiddlehead
Bisexual Gametophyte
sporangia
Vascular

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