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Biology- Gymnosperms - the evolution of seed plants
Gymnosperms
Male gametophytes
Female Gametophytes
Pollen
seeds and pollen grain are key adaptations for life on land…
within pollen grain ... - microspore ( 1n) produced within micro…
Integuments + megasporangium +magaspore = ovule ... Megaspore(fe…
Pollen grain coated with sporopollenin , making them tough (…
Gymnosperms
seeds and pollen grain are key adaptations for life on land…
Male gametophytes
within pollen grain ... - microspore ( 1n) produced within micro…
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Campbell Biology Chapter 30 The Evolution of Seed Plants
An Antegument
A key adaptation common to all seed pl…
What is not an example for a seed plant:
Derived traits of seed plants?
is a protective layer of tissue surrounding the megasporangium
Naked Seed
Pterophyte
leaves, ovules, pollen, and roots
An Antegument
is a protective layer of tissue surrounding the megasporangium
A key adaptation common to all seed pl…
Naked Seed
Biology 1108 Chapter 29: The Evolution of Seed Plants
1. Explain key characteristics of gymn…
2. Explain the evolutionary relationsh…
4. Explain the process of pollination.
5. Discuss the key steps of a "typical…
Cycads (Cycadophyta)—300 species... Ginkgos (Ginkgophyta)—one…
Gymnosperms—pines and cycads... Angiosperms—flowering plants
When a pollen grain lands near a female gametophyte.... A polle…
Wind carries pollen grains from the male cone to the female c…
1. Explain key characteristics of gymn…
Cycads (Cycadophyta)—300 species... Ginkgos (Ginkgophyta)—one…
2. Explain the evolutionary relationsh…
Gymnosperms—pines and cycads... Angiosperms—flowering plants
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Biology: Chapter 30/the Evolution of Seed Plants
Seed
Unique characteristics of seed plants
Size and purpose of size of gametophytes
Homosporous
Embryo packaged a long with a store of food with a protective…
Reduced gametophytes ... Heterospory ... Ovules ... Pollen
- Microscopic ... - Allows gametophytes to develop from spores r…
Produce one kind of spore that usually gives rise to a bisexu…
Seed
Embryo packaged a long with a store of food with a protective…
Unique characteristics of seed plants
Reduced gametophytes ... Heterospory ... Ovules ... Pollen
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6.1 Evolution of Seed Plants
life cycle of bryophytes(liverworts) a…
bryophyte and pterophytes require
Club mosses and ferns
all seed plants or spermatophytes
is characterized by the alternation of generations, like gymn…
water because the male gametophyte has flagella
are mostly homosporous (produce only one type of spore)
are heterosporous.
life cycle of bryophytes(liverworts) a…
is characterized by the alternation of generations, like gymn…
bryophyte and pterophytes require
water because the male gametophyte has flagella
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Biology ch. 30 Evolution of Seed Plants
seed
seed plants have microscopic gametophy…
seed plants are
integument
consists of an embryo and its food supply surrounded by a pro…
can develop from spores retained within sporangia of parental…
heterosporous
layer of sporophyte tissue that envelops and protects megapso…
seed
consists of an embryo and its food supply surrounded by a pro…
seed plants have microscopic gametophy…
can develop from spores retained within sporangia of parental…
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AP Biology, Ch. 30 - Evolution of Seed Plants
Reduced Gametophytes
Heterospory
Microspores
Pollen
Develop the within the walls of spores that are retained with…
Refers to the production of both microspores (male gametophyt…
Develop into pollen grains and contain the male gametophytes
Eliminates the need for water during pollination; can be spre…
Reduced Gametophytes
Develop the within the walls of spores that are retained with…
Heterospory
Refers to the production of both microspores (male gametophyt…
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Biology Chapter 30: evolution of seed plants
Seed plants originated how many years…
What three things are common to al see…
What is the advantage of a reduced gam…
Megasporangia produce ___ that contain…
360 million
1. dominant sporophyte and reduced gametophytes... 2. heterospor…
The gametophytes of seed plants develop within tissues of the…
megaspores, eggs
Seed plants originated how many years…
360 million
What three things are common to al see…
1. dominant sporophyte and reduced gametophytes... 2. heterospor…
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E1 CH 30 Seed Evolution, Gynosperms
seed
nonvascular plants
Seedless vascular plants
seed plants
embryo and nutrients surrounded by a protective coat
gametophyte is the dominant free-living stage
gametophyte is the smaller stage
gametophyte develops within the walls of spores that are reta…
seed
embryo and nutrients surrounded by a protective coat
nonvascular plants
gametophyte is the dominant free-living stage
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Evolution of Seeds and Flowers [Inquire in Plant Biology]
sporophyte vs sporocyte
Megasporocyte vs megaspore
microspore vs sperm
megaspore vs egg
Both diploid. Sporophyte is generation of plant life, sporocy…
megasporocyte is diploid, megaspore is haploid (from 4 megasp…
pollen is derivative of microspore.... Spores are direct meioti…
egg is haploid, megaspore is haploid 4 megaspores > 1 egg
sporophyte vs sporocyte
Both diploid. Sporophyte is generation of plant life, sporocy…
Megasporocyte vs megaspore
megasporocyte is diploid, megaspore is haploid (from 4 megasp…
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Biology 2, Test 2 - Evolution of Seed Plants and Reproduction
Common traits to all seed plants
What is the dominate stage of seedless…
Gynosperms
Phylum Cycadophyta
* Reduced gametophytes ... * Heterospory (separate male/female s…
Sporophyte (2n)
Cone plants. "Naked seed" no enclosed by ovaries. Consists of…
Type of Gynosperm. Commonly known as Cycads.
Common traits to all seed plants
* Reduced gametophytes ... * Heterospory (separate male/female s…
What is the dominate stage of seedless…
Sporophyte (2n)
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Biology: Seed Plants 29.1
Progymnosperms
Archaeopteris
What do Seed Plant Sporophytes Produce?
Pollen Grain
evolved from seedless vascular plants-have no seeds but have…
heterosporous
Haploid spores by meiosis
male gametophyte, produces sperm
Progymnosperms
evolved from seedless vascular plants-have no seeds but have…
Archaeopteris
heterosporous
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Phytochrome and Seed Biology 1 (12)
Phytochrome
Pfr (far-red)
Pr (red)
Functions of Phytochrome
a photorecptor, a pigment that plants use to detect light. se…
physiologically active form of phytochrome (730nm)
physiologically inactive form of phytochrome (660nm)
regulation of circadian rhythms (day/night cycle)... regulate ti…
Phytochrome
a photorecptor, a pigment that plants use to detect light. se…
Pfr (far-red)
physiologically active form of phytochrome (730nm)
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Biology 1: The Flowering Seed Plants
Biology
organisms
habitats
botany
the study of living things
living things
regions where particular organisms live
the study of plants
Biology
the study of living things
organisms
living things
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Biology Chap. 30 Plant Diversity II: Evolution of Seed Plants
seed
characteristics of seed plants
advantage of reduced gametophytes
most seedless plants are homosporous
plant embryo and food supply surrounded by protective coat
seeds, reduced gametophytes, heterospory, ovules, and pollen.…
gametophytes can develop from spores housed within the sporan…
produce one kind of spore giving rise to bisexual gametophyte.
seed
plant embryo and food supply surrounded by protective coat
characteristics of seed plants
seeds, reduced gametophytes, heterospory, ovules, and pollen.…
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Biology [CHAPTER 30] (Plant Diversity II: The Evolution of Seed Plants)
Which of the following adaptations is…
Which one of the following is true of…
The diploid generation of the plant li…
The closest seedless relatives of seed…
All of the listed responses are correct.
The gametophyte is reduced and dependent on the sporophyte.
produces spores
They were homosporous.
Which of the following adaptations is…
All of the listed responses are correct.
Which one of the following is true of…
The gametophyte is reduced and dependent on the sporophyte.
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Abeka Biology Chapter 1, "The Flowering Seed Plants"
life
study of
organisms
habitats
what does the prefix bios mean?
what does the suffix logy mean?
living things
regions where particular organisms normally live
life
what does the prefix bios mean?
study of
what does the suffix logy mean?
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Biology 1114: Evolution of fungi plans and seed plants- Week 8
Animals... Fungi & animals are more simil…
Fungi... Fungi & animals are more similar…
Plants... Fungi & animals are more simila…
Hyphae
-Cell wall (some chitin)... -Sugar storage (glycogen)... -Food (het…
-Cell wall (chitin)... -Sugar storage (glycogen)... -Food (heterotr…
-Cell wall (cellulose)... -Sugar storage (starch)... -Food (autotro…
Tiny filaments of fungi that form a network underground and "…
Animals... Fungi & animals are more simil…
-Cell wall (some chitin)... -Sugar storage (glycogen)... -Food (het…
Fungi... Fungi & animals are more similar…
-Cell wall (chitin)... -Sugar storage (glycogen)... -Food (heterotr…
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Biology [CHAPTER 30] (Plant Diversity II: The Evolution of Seed Plants)
Which of the following adaptations is…
Which one of the following is true of…
The diploid generation of the plant li…
The closest seedless relatives of seed…
All of the listed responses are correct.
The gametophyte is reduced and dependent on the sporophyte.
produces spores
They were homosporous.
Which of the following adaptations is…
All of the listed responses are correct.
Which one of the following is true of…
The gametophyte is reduced and dependent on the sporophyte.
43 terms
Abeka Biology Chapter 1, "The Flowering Seed Plants"
life
study of
organisms
habitats
what does the prefix bios mean?
what does the suffix logy mean?
living things
regions where particular organisms normally live
life
what does the prefix bios mean?
study of
what does the suffix logy mean?
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Biology 1008 Lab - Evolution of Land Plants II: Seed Plants
What are the 4 types of gymnosperms?
What is the largest division within th…
What is the key feature to gymnosperms?
What is the xylem of gymnosperms compo…
- Conifers... - Gnetum... - Gingko... - Cycads
Conifers
"naked" seeds
Tracheids
What are the 4 types of gymnosperms?
- Conifers... - Gnetum... - Gingko... - Cycads
What is the largest division within th…
Conifers
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Abeka Biology Chapter 1, "The Flowering Seed Plants"
life
study of
organisms
habitats
what does the prefix bios mean?
what does the suffix logy mean?
living things
regions where particular organisms normally live
life
what does the prefix bios mean?
study of
what does the suffix logy mean?
27 terms
Biology Evolution 1
Evolution
Catastrophism
Uniformitarianism
Gradualism
The process by which different kinds of living organisms are…
The theory that the changes in the earth's crust during geolo…
the theory that changes in the earth's crust during geologica…
the hypothesis that evolution proceeds strictly by the indete…
Evolution
The process by which different kinds of living organisms are…
Catastrophism
The theory that the changes in the earth's crust during geolo…
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Chapter 29: The Evolution of Seed Plants (29.1-29.3)
Proliferation of xylem leading to grow…
In seed plants the relationship betwee…
Advent of seed enabled:
Seed plants are:
secondary growth
dependent - the gametophyte continued to reduce in size and n…
plants the opportunity to colonize in drier areas
heterosporous - produce two types of spores (one that becomes…
Proliferation of xylem leading to grow…
secondary growth
In seed plants the relationship betwee…
dependent - the gametophyte continued to reduce in size and n…
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Abeka Biology Chapter 1, "The Flowering Seed Plants"
life
study of
organisms
habitats
what does the prefix bios mean?
what does the suffix logy mean?
living things
regions where particular organisms normally live
life
what does the prefix bios mean?
study of
what does the suffix logy mean?
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Bio 2040 - Ch 31: Evolution of Seed Plants Pt 1
Secondary growth
Seed plants
Cycads & Ginkgos
Microsporangium
Thickened woody stems of... xylem
Reduced Gametophyte generation
Earliest Gymnosperms that have flagellated sperm
Microspores divide mitotically to produce the male gametophyt…
Secondary growth
Thickened woody stems of... xylem
Seed plants
Reduced Gametophyte generation
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Biology- Evolution + Ecology #1
Predatation
Parasitism
Commensalism
Mutualism
The preying of one animal on others.
When one of them (the parasite) benefits from or lives off of…
An association between two organisms in which one benefits an…
Symbiosis that is beneficial to both organisms involved.
Predatation
The preying of one animal on others.
Parasitism
When one of them (the parasite) benefits from or lives off of…
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Abeka Biology Chapter 1, "The Flowering Seed Plants"
life
study of
organisms
habitats
what does the prefix bios mean?
what does the suffix logy mean?
living things
regions where particular organisms normally live
life
what does the prefix bios mean?
study of
what does the suffix logy mean?
25 terms
Biology 1 #8 - Evolution
adaptation
analogous structures
biological evolution
camouflage
This is an inherited characteristic that increases an organis…
These are structures which are similar in different organisms…
This is the process by which organisms acquire traits through…
This is a survival adaptation by which an animal blends in an…
adaptation
This is an inherited characteristic that increases an organis…
analogous structures
These are structures which are similar in different organisms…
43 terms
Abeka Biology Chapter 1, "The Flowering Seed Plants"
life
study of
organisms
habitats
what does the prefix bios mean?
what does the suffix logy mean?
living things
regions where particular organisms normally live
life
what does the prefix bios mean?
study of
what does the suffix logy mean?
9 terms
Abeka Biology Chapter 1, "The Flowering Seed Plants"
habitats
botany
human anatomy and physiology
flowering seed plants/angiosperms
regions where particular organisms normally live
the study of plants
the study of the physical structure and function of the human…
plants whose flowers produce seeds covered by fruit (two names)
habitats
regions where particular organisms normally live
botany
the study of plants
27 terms
Biology Evolution 1
Evolution
Catastrophism
Uniformitarianism
Gradualism
The process by which different kinds of living organisms are…
The theory that the changes in the earth's crust during geolo…
the theory that changes in the earth's crust during geologica…
the hypothesis that evolution proceeds strictly by the indete…
Evolution
The process by which different kinds of living organisms are…
Catastrophism
The theory that the changes in the earth's crust during geolo…
42 terms
Biology Chapter 1 [ The Flowering Seed Plant ]
bios
-logy
major science fields
Importance of Botany
life
study of life
anatomy, physiology, zoology, cell and molecular genetics, bo…
industry, diet, medicine
bios
life
-logy
study of life
32 terms
Biology Chapter 1 Flowering Seed Plants
Biology
Organisms
Habitats
Botany
the study of life
living things
regions where particular organisms live
the study of plants
Biology
the study of life
Organisms
living things
17 terms
Biology Chapter 1, "The Flowering Seed Plants"
life
study of
organisms
habitats
what does the prefix bios mean?
what does the suffix logy mean?
living things
regions where particular organisms normally live
life
what does the prefix bios mean?
study of
what does the suffix logy mean?
Biology Chapter 1 Flowering Seed Plants
Biology
Organisms
Habitats
Botany
the study of life
living things
regions where particular organisms live
the study of plants
Biology
the study of life
Organisms
living things
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Biology Exam 2 PLANT DIVERSITY II: THE EVOLUTION OF SEED PLANTS (30) ANIMAL DIVERSITY (32)
reduced gametophytes, heterospory (pro…
a multicellular diploid embryo, food s…
they are mostly microscopic enabling t…
gymnosperms, angiospemrs, reduced, spo…
what adaptations helped seed plants cope with conditions such…
what does a seed consist of?
what are the advantages of reduced gametophytes?
seed plants consist of the two clades ___ and ___, have ___ g…
reduced gametophytes, heterospory (pro…
what adaptations helped seed plants cope with conditions such…
a multicellular diploid embryo, food s…
what does a seed consist of?
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Evolution part 1 Hong Biology
evolution
Lamarck
theory of acquired characteristics
Charles Darwin
process by which species change over time
scientist that believed in the theory of acquired characteris…
traits that an organism acquires ( gets) in its lifetime can…
scientist that explained natural selection
evolution
process by which species change over time
Lamarck
scientist that believed in the theory of acquired characteris…
61 terms
AP BIOLOGY Evolution-1
evolution
microevolution
macroevolution
anagenesis/phyletic evolution
change in allele frequencies in a population
changes in a single gene pool
referes to the appearance of a major evolutionary development…
one species replaces another
evolution
change in allele frequencies in a population
microevolution
changes in a single gene pool
14 terms
Biology B- Evolution 1
Variation
Mutation
Adaption
Natural Selection
Differences between members of a species
Change in the order of a organism's nucleic bases
An inherited characteristic that improves the organism's abil…
the process in which the individuals better adapted to the en…
Variation
Differences between members of a species
Mutation
Change in the order of a organism's nucleic bases
29 terms
Biology: Botany Chapter 1-Flowering Seed Plants
Define Biology.
What are the 3 major fields of biology?
Name the 4 parts of a seed plant?
Name the 2 types of stems of a seed pl…
Bio = life, logy- study of - the study of life
1. botany - plants... 2. zoology - animals... 3. anatomy and physio…
1. flowers... 2. leaves... 3. stems... 4. roots
1. woody plants - contains trees and shurbs... 2. nonwoody plant…
Define Biology.
Bio = life, logy- study of - the study of life
What are the 3 major fields of biology?
1. botany - plants... 2. zoology - animals... 3. anatomy and physio…
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Biology Evolution 1
Evolution
Catastrophism
Uniformitarianism
Gradualism
The process by which different kinds of living organisms are…
The theory that the changes in the earth's crust during geolo…
the theory that changes in the earth's crust during geologica…
the hypothesis that evolution proceeds strictly by the indete…
Evolution
The process by which different kinds of living organisms are…
Catastrophism
The theory that the changes in the earth's crust during geolo…
46 terms
Abeka 10th Grade Biology Chapter 1 "The Flowering Seed Plants"
life
study of
organisms
habitats
what does the prefix bios mean?
what does the suffix logy mean?
living things
regions where particular organisms normally live
life
what does the prefix bios mean?
study of
what does the suffix logy mean?
25 terms
IB Biology Topic 5.1 Evidence for evolution
Charles Darwin
Darwin's Theory of Evolution
Evolution
Evolution: Broken Down
-Englishman that sailed to the Galapagos islands in the 1830'…
-He noticed similarities in animals all around the world... -Cam…
The process of cumulative change in the heritable characteris…
Small inheritable changes passed from parents to offspring, o…
Charles Darwin
-Englishman that sailed to the Galapagos islands in the 1830'…
Darwin's Theory of Evolution
-He noticed similarities in animals all around the world... -Cam…
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1/4 biology evolution
define evolution
what scientist is given credit for dev…
define natural selection
Which scientist is given credit for de…
the change in the allele frequency found in a population over…
charles darwin
a process of evolution whereby organisms with the most succes…
charles darwin and alfred wallace
define evolution
the change in the allele frequency found in a population over…
what scientist is given credit for dev…
charles darwin
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Ap Biology Evolution 1
Comparative Anatomy
Homologous Structures
Vestigial Structures
Comparative Biochemistry - proteins
study of internal and external structures to establish relati…
Same structures from an evolutionary basis that may display d…
remnant structures that appear to be functionless but most li…
study to identify similarities in organic molecules -identifi…
Comparative Anatomy
study of internal and external structures to establish relati…
Homologous Structures
Same structures from an evolutionary basis that may display d…
11 terms
Biology 1 Evolution
Ante, Before
-Cide
Dactyl
Din
Ahead of Time
To Kill
Finger
Terrible
Ante, Before
Ahead of Time
-Cide
To Kill
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biology evolution vocab 1
natural selection
inheritance
evolution
theory
process by which individuals that are better suited to their…
the genetic characters transmitted from parent to offspring,…
change in a kind of organism over time; process by which mode…
well-tested explanation that unifies a broad range of observa…
natural selection
process by which individuals that are better suited to their…
inheritance
the genetic characters transmitted from parent to offspring,…
52 terms
Biology 1. Unit: Evolution
Evolution
Natural Selection
The basis of the Theory of Natural Sel…
Adaptation
The process by which different kinds of living organisms are…
The process whereby organisms better adapted to their environ…
Descent with Modification and Adaptations to the environment
The act of being Modified; to be made suitable for a new new…
Evolution
The process by which different kinds of living organisms are…
Natural Selection
The process whereby organisms better adapted to their environ…
22 terms
Biology 1 cp- Evolution
A variety of organisms in a population…
The most useful traits will be spread…
A group of similar organisms that can…
Organisms that produce more offspring…
Variation
Descent with Modification
species
Overproduction of offspring
A variety of organisms in a population…
Variation
The most useful traits will be spread…
Descent with Modification
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