Bio plant lab

  1. Types of Plants
    • non-vascular, non seed (mosses)
    • vascular, non seed (ferns)
    • vascular, naked seeded (gymnosperms)
    • vascular, seeds in fruit (angiosperms)
  2. monocots
    • §Monocots – plants that possess one embryonic seed leaf or cotyledon
    •   Examples: lilies, orchids, palms, grasses (such as
    •    lawn grasses, corn and bamboo)
    •   • Leaves usually have parallel vein pattern
    •   Vascular bundles scattered about in stem x-sec.
    •   Fibrous root system
    •   • Flower parts in multiples of three
  3. dicots
    • §Dicots – plants that possess two embryonic seed leaves or cotyledons
    •   • Examples: roses, peas, sunflowers, daisies, maples,
    •    oaks, tomatoes
    •   • Leaves usually have netlike vein pattern
    •   • Vascular bundles in a ring near periphery of
    •    stem in x-sec.
    •   • Taproot system
    •   • Flower parts in multiples of four or five
Author
DesLee26
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206599
Card Set
Bio plant lab
Description
BIOLOGY
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