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Where gas exchange takes place in plants
Vascular tissue consisting of living cells that distribute sugars throughout the plant
Vascular tissue made of dead cells that transport water and minerals from the roots
Mosses are included in a group of plants called
They are seedless vascular plants with well developed roots and rigid stems. Many species have leaves called fronds and are most diverse in the tropics.
Conifers and angiosperms
The dominant types of seed plants
Vascular tissue, Cuticle, Stomata, Seeds and pollen.
What are the adaptations that help plants live on land?
Charophyceans, Bryophytes, Seedless Vascular Plants, Gymnosperms, Angiosperms
These represent the most likely sequence of the evolution of plants.
Alternation of Generations
Life cycle seen in plants
Diploid sporophytes that produce spores by meiosis alternate with gametophytes that produce gametes by mitosis.
Describes the alternation of generations in the plant life cycle.
The dominant stage of mosses
Both have flagellated sperm and have sporophytes that produce haploid spores.
Ferns and mosses are similar due to what?
In a moss, most of the plants that we see are _______, and in a fern the most dominant stage is the ______.
What has a dominant sporophyte generation and a free living gametophyte generation?
The great depositions of organic material during the Carboniferous period led to what?
Which part of the life cycle does a pollen grain represent?
What plants have a dominant sporophyte generation and a seed but no fruit?
The _____ represents the sporophyte generation of a conifer and the ______ produces gametophytes.
Male gametophyte of a conifer.
The stigma is the protective chamber where the _______ develops.
Where the pollen grain develops.
The angiosperm plant we see represents the _______ generation and the flower produces _______.
The ripened ovary of a flower which is adapted to disperse seeds is called _______?
What structure is found in angiosperms but not gymnosperms?
Angiosperms disperse their seeds by producing ______?
Fruits, vegetables, corn, rice and wheat are all examples of what?
Plants dependent on nocturnal pollinators typically have flowers that have what adaptation?
Plants and their pollinators evolve in response to each other's change in a process called _______?
What characteristic is shared by algae and seed plants?