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difference between vascular and non vascular plants
size, true roots, etc.
difference between spore bearing and seed bearing plants
spores primitive, sperm must swim to egg, seed bearers let the wind, insects, and animals spread their seeds
green algae
1.cell walls of cellulose
2.clorophyll and cartoneids
3.starch and store in plastids
4.spore
mosses
1.small and feathery
2.no vascular tissues
3.rhizoids
4.require moist enviroment
liverwort
1.small with thallus
2.no vascular tissues
3.rhizoids
4.require moist enviroment
club mosses
primitive vascular plants
cone like sporangia
horsetails
primitive vascular plants
cone like sporangia
wedged shaped leaves
sporangia called scouring rushes
ferns
dominant sporophyte generation
rhizome
fronds
sori
cutin
turn into coal
gymmosperms
naked seeds
conifers
woody cones
sporophyte dominant phase
needles
resin
angiosperms
fruit covered seeds
sporophyte dominant phase
sepals
petals
stamen
filaments
anther
pistil
stigma
ovary
tropism
plants response to stimuli
auxins
hormones that control growth of plants
gibberellins
stimulate growth, budding, rate of germination
inhibitors
prevent the working of auxins and gibberellins
cytokins
ethylene
stimulate lateral bud growth
sets up abscission layer, speeds up ripening process