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Science- Plants without Seeds
Where do algae live?
Brown algae uses and examples and what…
Red Algae uses and what makes it unique
Green algae uses and what makes it uni…
Must live near a source of water to survive.
Brown Algae(uses: Food for humans and livestock) (examples of…
Red Algae (uses: food, medical research, help grow crops, che…
Green Algae(uses: Provide oxygen) (Unique: Lives in Fresh Wat…
Where do algae live?
Must live near a source of water to survive.
Brown algae uses and examples and what…
Brown Algae(uses: Food for humans and livestock) (examples of…
17 terms
Science 7 - Packet 8 - Plants without Seeds
brown algae
algae
saragassum
red algae
large or small ,they have air bladders to keep at surface of…
do not reproduce with seeds,they lack special tubes that tran…
floats on or near the ocean's surface
grow's attached to rocks on the ocean floor ,grows in the dee…
brown algae
large or small ,they have air bladders to keep at surface of…
algae
do not reproduce with seeds,they lack special tubes that tran…
8 terms
Science plants without seeds study guide
Moss
Rhizoids
Spores
Ferns
Non-vascular... Close relatives to liverworts ... They grow in damp…
one of the hair-like fibers that anchor moss to the soil and…
cells that can develop into new organisms... found in spore case…
vascular plants... have leaves called fronds... seedless... grow above…
Moss
Non-vascular... Close relatives to liverworts ... They grow in damp…
Rhizoids
one of the hair-like fibers that anchor moss to the soil and…
9 terms
LIFE SCIENCE - Section 2 - Plants Without Seeds
rhizoid
frond
nonvascular plants
ferns
thin, rootlike structures that anchor the moss and absorb wat…
the fern's leaves, that are divided into many smaller parts t…
mosses, liverworts, and hornworts
have true stems, roots and leaves
rhizoid
thin, rootlike structures that anchor the moss and absorb wat…
frond
the fern's leaves, that are divided into many smaller parts t…
9 terms
Science Chapter 3 plants without seeds
rhizoids
sexual reproduction
rhizome
asexual reproduction
hair like fibers that hold mosses to the ground
stage when a plant needs both male and female sex cells in or…
fronds grow above the ground from an underground stem
the production of spores is a form of
rhizoids
hair like fibers that hold mosses to the ground
sexual reproduction
stage when a plant needs both male and female sex cells in or…
22 terms
Science Ch 3 Plant Variety- without pictures
root
stem
xylem
phloem
the part of the plant that holds the plant in the ground and…
the part of the plants that supports the leaves and moves wat…
tissue found in the stems that move water and food from the r…
tissue found in the stem that moves food made in the leaves t…
root
the part of the plant that holds the plant in the ground and…
stem
the part of the plants that supports the leaves and moves wat…
8 terms
Science Lesson 5 Plants without seeds
Moss
Rhizoids
Spores
Ferns
Non-vascular... Close relatives to liverworts ... They grow in damp…
One of the hair-like fibers that anchor moss to the soil and…
Cells that can develop into new organisms... found in spore case…
vascular plants... have leaves called fronds... seedless... grow above…
Moss
Non-vascular... Close relatives to liverworts ... They grow in damp…
Rhizoids
One of the hair-like fibers that anchor moss to the soil and…
15 terms
Science - Chapter 5 - Plants Without Seeds
Where must algae live to survive?
What are the 3 types of algae?
What are some examples of Brown Algae?
What are some uses of Brown Algae?
In or near a source of water.
1) Brown algae... 2) Red algae... 3) Green algae
Sargassum, Kelp, and Rockweed.
Food for humans and livestock.
Where must algae live to survive?
In or near a source of water.
What are the 3 types of algae?
1) Brown algae... 2) Red algae... 3) Green algae
12 terms
7th Science Quiz--Plants without Seeds Ch 8 Section 2
plant
1) ferns 2) horsetail, 3) clubmosses
they do not have vascular tissue
spores
"wort" is an Old English word that means ____
three groups of seedless vascular plants
why are non vascular plants low growing and need to live in d…
seedless vascular plants reproduce with ___
plant
"wort" is an Old English word that means ____
1) ferns 2) horsetail, 3) clubmosses
three groups of seedless vascular plants
15 terms
Plants without Seeds
Algae
Pigment
Vascular
Nonvascular
Small, plant-like photosynthetic eukaryotic autotroph.
Chemical substances that reflect wavelengths of light to prod…
Specialized tissue (tubes) that move water and nutrients in a…
Lacking specialized tissues to moves water and nutrients - mu…
Algae
Small, plant-like photosynthetic eukaryotic autotroph.
Pigment
Chemical substances that reflect wavelengths of light to prod…
Science Quiz Animal and Plant Cell without hints
cell membrane
nucleus
nucleolus
endoplasmic reticulum
outer covering of the cell, controls what goes in and out of…
holds the DNA; the brain of the cell
produces ribosomes
the transport system of the cell
cell membrane
outer covering of the cell, controls what goes in and out of…
nucleus
holds the DNA; the brain of the cell
Lesson 1: A World Without Enough Plants
Aesthetic
Arboriculture
Cereal
Fiber crop
concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty.
the cultivation of trees and shrubs
grains
field crops grown for their fibres, which are traditionally u…
Aesthetic
concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty.
Arboriculture
the cultivation of trees and shrubs
Plants Without Seeds Vocab
Alga
Brown Alga
Red Alga
Green Alga
Nonvascular plant-like autotroph that uses sunlight to produc…
Multicellular alga that contains a brown pigment.
Multicellular alga that contains a red pigment.
Multicellular alga that contains a green pigment.
Alga
Nonvascular plant-like autotroph that uses sunlight to produc…
Brown Alga
Multicellular alga that contains a brown pigment.
7 terms
Plants without seeds vocab
alga
brown alga
red alga
green alga
nonvascular plantlike autotroph that uses sunlight to produce…
multicellular alga that contains a brown pigment
multicellular alga that contains a red pigment
multicellular alga that contains a green pigment
alga
nonvascular plantlike autotroph that uses sunlight to produce…
brown alga
multicellular alga that contains a brown pigment
16 terms
Plants (without pictures)
Fibrous Roots
Taproot Systems
Root Cap
Root Hairs
a shallow system of similar-sized roots than can quickly soak…
consist of one main root with small branching roots
protects the root as it grows through the soil... Behind the roo…
grow out of the root's surface and absorb water and minerals…
Fibrous Roots
a shallow system of similar-sized roots than can quickly soak…
Taproot Systems
consist of one main root with small branching roots
77 terms
Bio: Plants without seeds
What separates plants?
Green plants contain
sterophyte
Embryophytes
chloroplasts
Chlorophyll b, Carbonyl
contain protected eggs
embryo protected by parent tissue
What separates plants?
chloroplasts
Green plants contain
Chlorophyll b, Carbonyl
14 terms
Plants without seeds
moss
rhizoids
spores
ferns
Small flowerless plants that typically grow in dense green cl…
One of the hairlike fibers that anchor a moss to the soil to…
Cells in seedless plants that grow into new organisms.
a flowerless plant that has feathery or leafy fronds and repr…
moss
Small flowerless plants that typically grow in dense green cl…
rhizoids
One of the hairlike fibers that anchor a moss to the soil to…
43 terms
Chapter 28- Plants Without Seeds
monophyletic
synapomorphy of land plants
3 derived features of plants
what are the 2 groups that the 10 majo…
descended from a single common ancestor
development from an embryo protected by tissues of the parent…
Chlorophylls a and b in photosynthesis.... Starch as a storage p…
1. 7 well developed vascular systems... 2. 3 no vascular system
monophyletic
descended from a single common ancestor
synapomorphy of land plants
development from an embryo protected by tissues of the parent…
Plants Companions without Insects
Basil
Broad or Fava Beans
Broccoli
Cabbage
Basil
Broad or Fava Beans
61 terms
Names of Plants to know: Plant Taxonomy without family
Sago palm
Mexican ash or fresno
Barbados cherry
Live oak
Cycas revoluta
Fraxinus berlandieriana
Malpighia glabra
Quercus virginiana
Sago palm
Cycas revoluta
Mexican ash or fresno
Fraxinus berlandieriana
18 terms
Plants without seeds
Nonvascular plants include.
List two characteristics of nonvascula…
True or false? Nonvascular plants can…
How do nonvascular plants get water?
Mosses liverworts and hornworts
-Low growing plants... -Live in moist areas
False
They live in moist areas so they can absorb water
Nonvascular plants include.
Mosses liverworts and hornworts
List two characteristics of nonvascula…
-Low growing plants... -Live in moist areas
8 terms
Plants Without Seeds
Where do algae live?
What are the 3 types of algae?
What are some examples of brown algae,…
What can red algae be used for? What m…
In or near a source of water.
Brown algae, red algae, and green algae.
Examples are kelp, sargassum, and rockweed. They can be used…
They can be used for food and medical research. They can also…
Where do algae live?
In or near a source of water.
What are the 3 types of algae?
Brown algae, red algae, and green algae.
6 terms
Seed Plants without flowers
Apomirphic traits
Cycads
Conifers
Ginkgo
1. Vascular cambium with radial growth... 2. Sophistication of s…
Wood similar to conifers, cones
Evergreen trees, 630 species: Douglas fir (timber), sequoia (…
Pollen comes and female cones, one remaining species (biloba)
Apomirphic traits
1. Vascular cambium with radial growth... 2. Sophistication of s…
Cycads
Wood similar to conifers, cones
85 terms
BIO: Plants without seeds
seeds; aquatic
chloroplast; endosymbiosis
mitochondria
nonvascular
Plants without ______. From _____ to terrestrial.
Plants have _____ through _______
use DNA from
not considered a clade
seeds; aquatic
Plants without ______. From _____ to terrestrial.
chloroplast; endosymbiosis
Plants have _____ through _______
10 terms
Plants without Seeds
Synapomorphy
Cuticle
Gametangium
Sporophyte
a trait that arose in the ancestor of the phylogenetic group…
in plants, a waxy layer on the outer body surface that helps…
any plant or fungal structure within which a gamete is formed
in plants and protists with alternation of generations, the d…
Synapomorphy
a trait that arose in the ancestor of the phylogenetic group…
Cuticle
in plants, a waxy layer on the outer body surface that helps…
Plants without Seeds
Life ~1 bya
Life ~ 500 mya
Challenges of terrestrial vs. aquatic…
Land plants arose from green algal anc…
Mats of cyanobacteria.
small plants, fungi, and animals emerging on land. Aquatic pl…
structurally rigid, finding water. Pros= no competition and e…
Chlorophyll a and b., cellulose in cell walls, share derived…
Life ~1 bya
Mats of cyanobacteria.
Life ~ 500 mya
small plants, fungi, and animals emerging on land. Aquatic pl…
List 23: Plants (without vocabulary)
petal
pollen
sequoia
azalea
one of the separate outer parts of a flower
the fine yellow seed powder produced by the male part, or ant…
a large, cone-bearing evergreen Californian tree with reddish…
a shrub with dark green leaves and brilliant pink, orange, or…
petal
one of the separate outer parts of a flower
pollen
the fine yellow seed powder produced by the male part, or ant…
plants without seeds
plants with out tubelike strutures to…
mosses are anchored by
two types of non vascular are
mosses gets water by its
nonvascular
rhzoids
mosses and liver worts
surroundings
plants with out tubelike strutures to…
nonvascular
mosses are anchored by
rhzoids
28 terms
Unit 1 A World Without Enough Plants
aesthetic
agriculture
agronomy
Aboriculture
Pertaining to a sense of beauty or to aesthetics.
The broad industry engaged in the production of plants and an…
The specialization of agriculture concerned with the theory a…
Cultivation of woody plants, particularly those used for deco…
aesthetic
Pertaining to a sense of beauty or to aesthetics.
agriculture
The broad industry engaged in the production of plants and an…
12 terms
Plants without seeds
Nonvascular plants
Bryophytes
Bryophytes
Mosses
Bryophytes, mosses, hornvorts, liverworts
Mosses and their relatives are described as nonvascular plant…
Low growing plants that live in most areas shere they can abs…
Over 10,000 species may of moss contains many gametophyte pla…
Nonvascular plants
Bryophytes, mosses, hornvorts, liverworts
Bryophytes
Mosses and their relatives are described as nonvascular plant…
20 terms
Plants without seeds
Adaptations necessary for life on land
Closest Relative of Plants
Characteristics of Non-Vascular Plants
Marchantia
cuticles... apical meristem... vascular system
Bryophytes
bryophytes... rhizoids instead of roots... small... no true leaves, ti…
asexual reproduction by gemmae cups
Adaptations necessary for life on land
cuticles... apical meristem... vascular system
Closest Relative of Plants
Bryophytes
13 terms
PLANTS WITHOUT SEEDS
Algae
what do algae lack
pigments
sargassum
any simple plantlike protist that use sunlight to produce its…
the special tubes that transport water and other materials th…
colored chemicals found without the cell of algae.Algae are n…
brown algae that floats on or near the ocean surface, Held up…
Algae
any simple plantlike protist that use sunlight to produce its…
what do algae lack
the special tubes that transport water and other materials th…
Chapter 28: Plants without Seeds
Cuticle... Stomata... Gameangia... Non-vascular…
Gametes ... Meiosis... sporophyte... haploid... di…
*Nonvascular plants... The haploid gameto…
*Life cycle of Non vascular Plants... Arc…
-waxy coating that retards water loss... -openings in stems and…
-are produced by mitosis... -Meiosis produces haploid that devel…
the earliest land plants, they cannot grow very tall,They hav…
-releases chemical attractants for sperm.Cells in archegonium…
Cuticle... Stomata... Gameangia... Non-vascular…
-waxy coating that retards water loss... -openings in stems and…
Gametes ... Meiosis... sporophyte... haploid... di…
-are produced by mitosis... -Meiosis produces haploid that devel…
Chapter 8 Plants without seeds
algae
pigments
brown alga
red alga
Autotrophic protists
Molecules that absorb, reflect, or transmit light.
One of a group of marine, multicellular, autotrophic protists…
marine algae in which the chlorophyll is masked by a red or p…
algae
Autotrophic protists
pigments
Molecules that absorb, reflect, or transmit light.
27 terms
World without enough plants
Aesthetic
Agriculture
Agronomy
Arboriculture
A sense of beauty or a aesthetic
Production of plant,animals,food.
The specialization of agriculture concerned with the theory a…
Woody plant particularly those used for decoration and shade.
Aesthetic
A sense of beauty or a aesthetic
Agriculture
Production of plant,animals,food.
49 terms
Unit 5 Plants for Food and Fibre without pictures
anther
asexual reproduction
chlorophyll
cutting
the tip of a stamen (male reproductive organ of a plant)
any reproductive process that does not involve the mixing of…
a pigment in plants that makes leaves green
a section of a plant that is removed and placed in water to a…
anther
the tip of a stamen (male reproductive organ of a plant)
asexual reproduction
any reproductive process that does not involve the mixing of…
12 terms
Ch 8.2 - Plants without seeds
Rhizoid
Frond
Phloem
Xylem
a thin, rootlike structure that anchors a moss and absorbs wa…
the leaf of a fern plant
the vascular tissue through which foods moves in some plants
the vascular tissue through which water and nutrients move in…
Rhizoid
a thin, rootlike structure that anchors a moss and absorbs wa…
Frond
the leaf of a fern plant
42 terms
Plants without seeds
Land plants arose from _______ _______…
What are the common features of land p…
What is the function of phragmoplasts?
What is the function of peroxisomes?
green algae
-cellulose cell walls synthesize by "rose shaped protein comp…
important in cell plate assembly during late cytokinesis- lea…
oxidation reactions- breakdown of fatty acids, important in p…
Land plants arose from _______ _______…
green algae
What are the common features of land p…
-cellulose cell walls synthesize by "rose shaped protein comp…
23 terms
plants without seeds vocabulary chapter 8
Nonvascular plant
Vascular plant
Sporophyte
Gametophyte
A low - growing plant that lacks true vascular tissue
A plant that has true vascular tissue
The stage in the life cycle of a plant in which the plant pro…
The stage in the life cycle of a plant in which the plant pro…
Nonvascular plant
A low - growing plant that lacks true vascular tissue
Vascular plant
A plant that has true vascular tissue
7 terms
Plants Without seeds
Rhizoid
Spore
Frond
Rhizome
Hair like fiberd that anchor mosses and liverworts
Cells that can develop into new organisms
A ferns leave
A under ground stem
Rhizoid
Hair like fiberd that anchor mosses and liverworts
Spore
Cells that can develop into new organisms
Plant cell without picture
Nucleolus
Nucleus
Golgi body
Endoplasmic reticulum
a small round body of protein in a cell nucleus
Control center of the cell
A structure in a cell that receives proteins and other newly…
A cell structure that forms a maze of passageways in which pr…
Nucleolus
a small round body of protein in a cell nucleus
Nucleus
Control center of the cell
Nature of Science (without pictures)
data
variable
system
model
Collected information as words or numbers
A factor/condition that could cause change in a system or exp…
A group of related parts with specific roles that work together
A representation of something that helps us understand it bet…
data
Collected information as words or numbers
variable
A factor/condition that could cause change in a system or exp…
15 terms
Science: Invertebrates (without backbones)
Invertebrates
more
soft sacs
hard shells
Animals without backbones
There are ____ invertebrates than vertebrates in the world.
Invertebrates have ____ ____ filled with liquid or hard shell…
Invertebrates have soft sacs filled with liquid or ____ _____…
Invertebrates
Animals without backbones
more
There are ____ invertebrates than vertebrates in the world.
47 terms
Biology Final (without plants)
Recombinant DNA Uses-
Vector
Plasmid
Restriction Enzymes/Sticky Ends
create insulin, treat disease
carrier of DNA
circular ring of dna
restriction enzymes cut the dna and the inserted dna is conne…
Recombinant DNA Uses-
create insulin, treat disease
Vector
carrier of DNA
27 terms
Science: Plants
What are the three main parts of a seed?
Why does the seed need a food store?
Why does the seed need a seed coat?
What does a plant need to make it star…
Food store, seed coat, embryo
Because a plant won't grow without food and the food store is…
To protect the seed from damage until it is ready to sprout.
Seeds wait to germinate until they get: water, correct temper…
What are the three main parts of a seed?
Food store, seed coat, embryo
Why does the seed need a food store?
Because a plant won't grow without food and the food store is…
Lesson 1: A World Without Enough Plants
Aesthetic
Arboriculture
Cereal
Fiber crop
concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty.
the cultivation of trees and shrubs
grains
field crops grown for their fibres, which are traditionally u…
Aesthetic
concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty.
Arboriculture
the cultivation of trees and shrubs
9 terms
Plants 1 & 2 - Plant Kingdom/Plants Without Seeds
rhizoid
cuticle
vascular tissue
zygote
the thin, root-like structure that anchors a moss and absorbs…
the waxy, waterproof layer that covers the leaves and stems o…
the internal transporting tissue in some plants that is made…
a fertilized egg, produced by the joining of a sperm and an egg
rhizoid
the thin, root-like structure that anchors a moss and absorbs…
cuticle
the waxy, waterproof layer that covers the leaves and stems o…
25 terms
Plant ID (without pictures)
alligatorweed
late purple aster
annual beggar's-tick
American beautyberry
Alternanthera philoxeroides
Aster patens
Bidens frondosa
Callicarpa americana
alligatorweed
Alternanthera philoxeroides
late purple aster
Aster patens
18 terms
Plants Without seeds packet (Questions)
1. Low growing... 2. Live in moist areas…
False
True
Rhizoids
what are two characteristics of nonvascular plants
is the following sentence true or false? Nonvascular plants c…
is the following sentence true or false? Nonvascular plants m…
what are thin root like structures that absorb water and nutr…
1. Low growing... 2. Live in moist areas…
what are two characteristics of nonvascular plants
False
is the following sentence true or false? Nonvascular plants c…
13 terms
Science Vocabulary (without pictures)
abrasion
acid precipitation
bedrock
chemical weathering
the grinding and weathering away of rock surfaces through mec…
rain, sleet , or snow that contains a high concentration of a…
the layer of rock beneath soil
the process by which rocks break down as a result of chemical…
abrasion
the grinding and weathering away of rock surfaces through mec…
acid precipitation
rain, sleet , or snow that contains a high concentration of a…
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