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Plant Divisions
Pterophytes
Gnetophytes
Bryophytes
Anthocerophytes
Group of seedless plants that includes ferns, horsetails and…
Seeded plants that include joint firs
Nonvascular plants, including mosses
Nonvascular Plants including hornworts
Pterophytes
Group of seedless plants that includes ferns, horsetails and…
Gnetophytes
Seeded plants that include joint firs
10 terms
Plant Divisions
Pterophytes
Gnetophytes
Bryophytes
Anthocerophytes
Group of seedless plants that includes ferns, horsetails and…
Seeded plants that include joint firs
Nonvascular plants, including mosses
Nonvascular Plants including hornworts
Pterophytes
Group of seedless plants that includes ferns, horsetails and…
Gnetophytes
Seeded plants that include joint firs
11 terms
Plant Divisions
Bryophytes
Tracheophytes
Mosses
Liverworts
Nonvascular Plants... small, herbaceous plants that grow closel…
Vascular Plants... have tissues called xylem that transport wat…
Type of Bryophyte
Type of Bryophyte
Bryophytes
Nonvascular Plants... small, herbaceous plants that grow closel…
Tracheophytes
Vascular Plants... have tissues called xylem that transport wat…
10 terms
Plant Divisions
Pterophytes
Gnetophytes
Bryophytes
Anthocerophytes
Group of seedless plants that includes ferns, horsetails and…
Seeded plants that include joint firs
Nonvascular plants, including mosses
Nonvascular Plants including hornworts
Pterophytes
Group of seedless plants that includes ferns, horsetails and…
Gnetophytes
Seeded plants that include joint firs
9 terms
Plant Divisions
conifers
moss
ferns
flowering plants
Vascular plants that reproduce with cones
non-vascular plants that grow close to the ground
vascular plants that reproduce with spores
vascular plants that reproduce with seeds inside fruits
conifers
Vascular plants that reproduce with cones
moss
non-vascular plants that grow close to the ground
Plant Divisions
Nonvascular plants
Nonvascular plant examples (3)
Division Bryophyta
Mosses lack vascular tissue so they...
-gametophyte stage dominant ... -no vascular tissue ... -spores as…
1- division bryophyta ... 2-division hepatophyta ... 3- division an…
-ex-mosses ... -lack vascular tissue but have certain adaptation…
absorb water by diffusion and capillary action which limits t…
Nonvascular plants
-gametophyte stage dominant ... -no vascular tissue ... -spores as…
Nonvascular plant examples (3)
1- division bryophyta ... 2-division hepatophyta ... 3- division an…
34 terms
Plant Divisions
nonvascular
vascular
seed plants
strobilus
a group of plants that lack specialized conducting tissues an…
a group of plants that have true roots, stems, and leaves and…
a plant that produces seeds
a cone-like structure of sporangia-bearing leaves
nonvascular
a group of plants that lack specialized conducting tissues an…
vascular
a group of plants that have true roots, stems, and leaves and…
15 terms
Plant Divisions
Bryophyta
Pterophyta
Coniferophyta
Anthophyta
Lack true roots and vascular tissue
Reproduction still dependent on water for free-swimming gametes
Seeds are born on cones
Seeds develop enclosed within ovaries
Bryophyta
Lack true roots and vascular tissue
Pterophyta
Reproduction still dependent on water for free-swimming gametes
7 terms
Plant Divisions
Characteristics
Plants are....
All organisms depend on plants for.....
Non Vascular
Eukaryotic,... Multicellular,... Non-mobile, ... Cell Wall ... Producer…
the foundation of the food chain
food and energy
Have no tubes to carry water throughout the plant... Rely on osm…
Characteristics
Eukaryotic,... Multicellular,... Non-mobile, ... Cell Wall ... Producer…
Plants are....
the foundation of the food chain
Plant divisions
Hepaticophyta
Anthocerophyta
Bryophyta
Psilophyta
Liverworts; no roots; non- seed non-vascular
Hornworts; low to ground; Thalia body; non-seed, non-vascular
Mosses; no leaves; pioneer species; non-seed, non-vascular
Whist Ferns; tropic; non-seed, vascular
Hepaticophyta
Liverworts; no roots; non- seed non-vascular
Anthocerophyta
Hornworts; low to ground; Thalia body; non-seed, non-vascular
7 terms
Plant Divisions
Importance of Plants
Vascular
Nonvascular
Seedless Vascular
- Plants are the foundation of the food chain ... - All organism…
- Have tubes to carry water throughout the plant... - 2 tubes: X…
- Have no tubes to carry water throughout the plant... - Rely on…
- Ferns and horsetails... - Reproduce using spores
Importance of Plants
- Plants are the foundation of the food chain ... - All organism…
Vascular
- Have tubes to carry water throughout the plant... - 2 tubes: X…
8 terms
plant divisions
bryophyta
lycophyta
sphenophyta
Pterophyta
nonvascular - spores - water - example: MOSSES
vascular - spores - wetlands - example: CLUB MOSSES
vascular - spores - marshes - example: HORSETAILS
vascular - spores - tropics/moist places - example: FERNS
bryophyta
nonvascular - spores - water - example: MOSSES
lycophyta
vascular - spores - wetlands - example: CLUB MOSSES
plant divisions
marchantiophyta
antherocerotophyta
bryophyta
lycopodiophyta
liverworts (seedless) nonvascular
hornworts (seedless) nonvascular
mosses (seedless) nonvascular
spike and club "mosses" (seedless) vascular
marchantiophyta
liverworts (seedless) nonvascular
antherocerotophyta
hornworts (seedless) nonvascular
11 terms
Plant Divisions
Bryophyta
Anthocerophyta
Hepaticophyta
Psilophyta
non-vascular, seedless
non-vascular, seedless
non-vascular, seedless
vascular, seedless
Bryophyta
non-vascular, seedless
Anthocerophyta
non-vascular, seedless
From Seed to Plant - Advanced Vocabulary
seed
stigma
pistil
stamens
contains the beginning of a new plant
the sticky part at the top of the pistil
is found in the center/middle of the flower
the parts of the flower around the pistil
seed
contains the beginning of a new plant
stigma
the sticky part at the top of the pistil
9 terms
Plant divisions
Nonvascular
Vascular
No seeds
Seeds
have no tubes to carry water throughout the plant.
Have tubes to carry water throughout the plant.
Reproduce by spores
Nonflowering or flowering
Nonvascular
have no tubes to carry water throughout the plant.
Vascular
Have tubes to carry water throughout the plant.
Plant Divisions
multicellular, eukaryotic, non-mobile,…
plants
energy
nonvascular
characteristics of plants (M, E, N, C, P, C)
_________ are the foundation for all food chains and food webs.
All organisms depend on plants for food and _________ in some…
no tubes (xylem and phloem) to carry water throughout the pla…
multicellular, eukaryotic, non-mobile,…
characteristics of plants (M, E, N, C, P, C)
plants
_________ are the foundation for all food chains and food webs.
36 terms
Plant Divisions
Nonvascular plants
Nonvascular plant examples (3)
Division Bryophyta
Mosses lack vascular tissue so they...
-gametophyte stage dominant ... -no vascular tissue ... -spores as…
1- division bryophyta ... 2-division hepatophyta ... 3- division an…
-ex-mosses ... -lack vascular tissue but have certain adaptation…
absorb water by diffusion and capillary action which limits t…
Nonvascular plants
-gametophyte stage dominant ... -no vascular tissue ... -spores as…
Nonvascular plant examples (3)
1- division bryophyta ... 2-division hepatophyta ... 3- division an…
11 terms
Plant Divisions
Hepatophyta
Anthocerophyta
Bryophyta
Lycophyta
Liverworts
Hornworts
Mosses
Club Mosses
Hepatophyta
Liverworts
Anthocerophyta
Hornworts
54 terms
Advanced Weather and Time Divisions
el tiempo
que tiempo hace
hace calor
hace frio
the weather
how is the weather
its hot
its cold
el tiempo
the weather
que tiempo hace
how is the weather
Plant divisions
What are the 4 divisions?
What are the 6 characteristics that al…
What is the importance of plants?
What are the 2 main divisions?
• Mosses and liverworts... • Ferns and horsetails... • Gymnosperms…
• multicellular... • eukaryotic... • non mobile... • have a cell wall…
They provide oxygen, the are the foundation for the food chai…
• vascular- have tubes for xylem and phloem... • non vascular- n…
What are the 4 divisions?
• Mosses and liverworts... • Ferns and horsetails... • Gymnosperms…
What are the 6 characteristics that al…
• multicellular... • eukaryotic... • non mobile... • have a cell wall…
23 terms
Plant Divisions
Bryophytes: examples?
Bryophytes: dominant generation?
Bryophytes: vascular or nonvascular?
Bryophytes: reproduction?
Mosses, liverworts, hornworts
Gametophyte
Nonvascular
Use spores and are dependent on water and air for dispersal
Bryophytes: examples?
Mosses, liverworts, hornworts
Bryophytes: dominant generation?
Gametophyte
Plant divisions
All plants are
Why is it important to learn about pla…
What are the two main divisions in pla…
Xylem
Multicellular, eukaryotic, non mobile, have a cell wall, prod…
Plants are the foundation of all food chains and webs. Organi…
Non vascular plants and vascular plants
Transports water through a plant
All plants are
Multicellular, eukaryotic, non mobile, have a cell wall, prod…
Why is it important to learn about pla…
Plants are the foundation of all food chains and webs. Organi…
6 terms
Plant Divisions
Mosses and Liverworts
Ferns
Seed Producing Plants
Ginkgo
Usually very small because they do not have any tissue contai…
They have a vascular system for transporting food and water t…
They reproduce using seeds.
...
Mosses and Liverworts
Usually very small because they do not have any tissue contai…
Ferns
They have a vascular system for transporting food and water t…
6 terms
Plant Division
Bryophytes
Anthocerophyta
Hepaticophyta
Lycophyta
Small, nonvascular plants that grow mostly on damp logs or al…
Is the smallest division of nonvascular plants. Are called ho…
This plant is referred to as liverworts because of their medi…
This plant is seedless and vascular. They resemble moss, they…
Bryophytes
Small, nonvascular plants that grow mostly on damp logs or al…
Anthocerophyta
Is the smallest division of nonvascular plants. Are called ho…
AMS Advanced Division Practice
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1,788
7,945 / 7
1,135
Advanced Biology Plant Test
Where can you most likely find a fern?
What are the leaves of a fern called?
What is the sporophyte generation of a…
What do plants require for photosynthe…
In the tropics
Fronds
The fern is a diploid in this generation. Sori form on the fr…
Carbon Dioxide
Where can you most likely find a fern?
In the tropics
What are the leaves of a fern called?
Fronds
26 terms
Advanced Plant Final
androgenesis
What are the properties needed for suc…
Steps of tobacco_____
What does colchicine and DMSO do in pl…
- development of embryo containing only paternal chromosomes…
1. Donor plant... - healthy (nutrient, moisture, proper or high…
...
(at 0.04%) colchicine - affects spindle tubles, and prevents…
androgenesis
- development of embryo containing only paternal chromosomes…
What are the properties needed for suc…
1. Donor plant... - healthy (nutrient, moisture, proper or high…
11 terms
Plants - Advanced Level
flowering plant
nonflowering plant
spore
coniferous
a plant that produces flowers with seeds
a plant that does not produce flowers
a small cell that grows into a new plant
a plant that does not produce flowers, that makes cones and i…
flowering plant
a plant that produces flowers with seeds
nonflowering plant
a plant that does not produce flowers
Advanced Microbiology - Plant Diseases
Ascocarp
Apothecium
Perithecium
Cleistothecium
mature fruiting body of an ascomycetous fungus
The disk or cup shaped reproductive structure in fungi is cal…
flask-shaped type of ascocarp
a completely closed ascocarp
Ascocarp
mature fruiting body of an ascomycetous fungus
Apothecium
The disk or cup shaped reproductive structure in fungi is cal…
15 terms
Divisions of Plants
Bryophyta
Hepaticophyta
Anthoceriphyta
Cycadophyta
Non-Vascular... Cool Areas... Damp, Moist... Mosses
Non-Vascular... 8k Species... Every Continent... Liverworts
Non-Vascular... Common... Hornworts
Vascular Seed... Cones and Pollen... Tropics... 100 Species
Bryophyta
Non-Vascular... Cool Areas... Damp, Moist... Mosses
Hepaticophyta
Non-Vascular... 8k Species... Every Continent... Liverworts
19 terms
Advanced Biology Cell Division
Cell theory
Prokaryotic Cell Division
Eukaryotic cell Division
Chromatin
1.) All living organisms are composed of cells... 2.) Cells are…
* Different than eukaryotes... * Process called Binary Fission... *…
*Organelles have to be divided up... *Nucleus contains chromatin
DNA plus proteins
Cell theory
1.) All living organisms are composed of cells... 2.) Cells are…
Prokaryotic Cell Division
* Different than eukaryotes... * Process called Binary Fission... *…
The Divisions of the plants
Non- Vascular Plants
Can get tall, has xylem, phloem and a…
Vascular seedless plants
Can get tall, produces spores, no seed…
do not have vascular tissue
Moss
they have vascular tissue
Ferns
Non- Vascular Plants
do not have vascular tissue
Can get tall, has xylem, phloem and a…
Moss
Plant Division
binomial nomenclature
how moss reproduce
eukarya
plantae
system of giving organisms two names
water rushes over spores
domain: ferns, mosses, conifers, flowering plants
kingdom: ferns, mosses, conifers, flowering plants
binomial nomenclature
system of giving organisms two names
how moss reproduce
water rushes over spores
12 terms
Divisions of Plants
Hepatophyta
Bryophyta
Anthocerophyta
Psilophyta
liverworts; non-vascular, non-seed; ancestor to all plants
mosses; non-vascular, non-seed; have natural antimicrobial pr…
hornworts; non-vascular, non-seed; cells contain at least 1 c…
whisk ferns; vascular, non-seed; green stems w/out roots or l…
Hepatophyta
liverworts; non-vascular, non-seed; ancestor to all plants
Bryophyta
mosses; non-vascular, non-seed; have natural antimicrobial pr…
20 terms
Lesson 24`: Plants (Advanced)
abundant
alpine
annual
botanist
There was ______ evidence to support the Big Bang Theory.
A(n) _____ region is filled with mountains.
Some plants are _____, for that they only live for one season.
The _____ collects a few sample of soil, then test it to see…
abundant
There was ______ evidence to support the Big Bang Theory.
alpine
A(n) _____ region is filled with mountains.
Plant division
mosses and liverworts
fern or horse tail
spores
all plants have these
2 examples of nonvascular plants
example of a vascular plant that has no seeds
what do ferns and horse tails use to reproduce
cell wall, non mobile, mulitcelluar, eukaryotic, are producer…
mosses and liverworts
2 examples of nonvascular plants
fern or horse tail
example of a vascular plant that has no seeds
Plant Division
Nonvascular (Bryophytes)
Bryophyte examples
Vascular (Trachaeophytes)
Trachaeophyte examples
do not contain specialized conducting tissues
moss, liverworts, hornworts
contain vascular tissues xyloem and phloem
ferns, conifers, flowering plants
Nonvascular (Bryophytes)
do not contain specialized conducting tissues
Bryophyte examples
moss, liverworts, hornworts
Plant Development Vocabulary: Advanced Level
pistil
stamen
sepal
stigma
It is the female part of the plant that contains the stigma a…
The part of the plant that produces pollen.
The support structure for the petal.
The area where the pollen is received.
pistil
It is the female part of the plant that contains the stigma a…
stamen
The part of the plant that produces pollen.
24 terms
Advanced Plant MT1
Define totipotency (totipotent) and wh…
History
Who is the Father of Plant Tissue Cult…
What did White do? What are the diffic…
Ability of a living cell to give rise to a functional organis…
Cell Theory... First Attempt of Tissue Culture - Haberlandt... Mer…
Haberlandt (1902) ... Failed to culture isolated cells on artif…
Cultured tomato roots indefinitely and found 2 difficulties i…
Define totipotency (totipotent) and wh…
Ability of a living cell to give rise to a functional organis…
History
Cell Theory... First Attempt of Tissue Culture - Haberlandt... Mer…
33 terms
Plant Systems Advanced Vocabulary
asexual reproductions
stem
pollen tube
chlorophyll
reproduction in which a single parent produces offspring that…
the main body of that portion of a tree, shrub, or other plan…
the protoplasmic tube that is extruded from a germinating pol…
the green coloring matter of leaves and plants, essential to…
asexual reproductions
reproduction in which a single parent produces offspring that…
stem
the main body of that portion of a tree, shrub, or other plan…
70 terms
Advanced Field studies Plants
Horse Tail
Braken Fern
White Fir
Pinon
Equistaceae
Polypodiaceae
Pineacea
Pinaceae
Horse Tail
Equistaceae
Braken Fern
Polypodiaceae
25 terms
Advanced Biology Plant Vocabulary
Plants
Bryophytes
Gymnosperms
Angiosperms
Kingdom of Multicellular autoraphs
nonvascular plant; examples are mosses and their relatives
seed-producing plants. gametophyte... haploid, or gamete-produci…
A flowering plant which forms seeds inside a protective chamb…
Plants
Kingdom of Multicellular autoraphs
Bryophytes
nonvascular plant; examples are mosses and their relatives
Advanced Biology Plant Classification
Bryophyta
Hepaticophyta
Antherocerotophyta
Lycophyta
Non-vascular and seedless
Non-vascular and seedless
Non-vascular and seedless
Vascular and Seedless
Bryophyta
Non-vascular and seedless
Hepaticophyta
Non-vascular and seedless
84 terms
Advanced Biology : Plant Kingdoms Terms
500
competition
roots shoot
Apical meristematic tissue
___ million years ago plants began to leave water for land
plants moved onto land because of all of the ___________ in t…
a basic structure can be found in all/most plants: ____s belo…
tissue at the tips of roots and shoots where plants grow from
500
___ million years ago plants began to leave water for land
competition
plants moved onto land because of all of the ___________ in t…
The plant division
Algae
Moss
Fern
Gymnosperm
Grows almost everywhere in the world.... One cell algae.
Non- vascular... Persistent unbranched
Vascular system .... Prothallus gumetophytes
Naked seed.... A conifer.
Algae
Grows almost everywhere in the world.... One cell algae.
Moss
Non- vascular... Persistent unbranched
16 terms
Plant division
What characteristics do all plants hav…
Why is it important to learn about pla…
What are the two main divisions in pla…
Nonvascular means...?
Multicellular, eukaryotic, non-mobile, have a cell wall, are…
Plants are the foundation for all food chains and food webs.…
Nonvascular and vascular
Plants that have no xylem and phloem to carry out water throu…
What characteristics do all plants hav…
Multicellular, eukaryotic, non-mobile, have a cell wall, are…
Why is it important to learn about pla…
Plants are the foundation for all food chains and food webs.…
18 terms
Plant division
Nonvascualar
Vascular
Non Vascular plants
Mosses and Liverworts
Have no tubes (xylem and phloem) to carry water throughout th…
They have tubes (xylem and phloem) to carry water through the…
•Mosses... •Liverworts
•Rely on osmosis... •true roots ... •live where it is damp
Nonvascualar
Have no tubes (xylem and phloem) to carry water throughout th…
Vascular
They have tubes (xylem and phloem) to carry water through the…
7 terms
Division (Plants)
Anthocerotophyta
Bryophyta
Lycophyta
Hepaticophyta
hornworts
Mosses
Club mosses, scale trees
Liverworts
Anthocerotophyta
hornworts
Bryophyta
Mosses
18 terms
Plant and Fungi Divisions
Bryophyta
life cycle of bryophyte
Pterophyta
life cycle of pterophyte
low growing, confined to damp areas (nonvascular system, swim…
(see image)
vascular tissue and swimming sperm, sporophyte dominant, homo…
(see image)
Bryophyta
low growing, confined to damp areas (nonvascular system, swim…
life cycle of bryophyte
(see image)
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