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Biol Biol 3427 - Plant Science
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CHAPTER 16 Plants and the Move onto Land Study Guide pp 190 98 1 60 Chapter Objectives 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Distinguish between algae and plants Describe the functions of the following terrestrial adaptations stomata cuticle vascular tissue and gametangia Describe the four major periods of plant evolution and the major adaptations associated with each stage Describe the life cycle and two key terrestrial adaptations of mosses Explain how ferns differ from and are similar to mosses Describe the three additional adaptations to life on land that first appeared in gymnosperms Explain how flowers attract pollinators and why this is adaptive Describe the reasons for the ongoing loss of plant diversity and its likely cost to humans Key Terms alternation of generations angiosperms bryophytes conifers cuticle ferns flower fruit gametangia gametophyte germinate gymnosperms mosses mycorrhizae phloem plant pollen roots seed shoots spores sporophyte stomata vascular tissue xylem Word Roots angion a container sperma seed angiosperms flowering plants bryo moss phyte plant bryophytes a group of nonvascular plants that includes the mosses endo inner sperm seed endosperm a source of nutrition for the developing embryo in a seed gamet a wife or husband gametangia protective structures where plants produce their gametes gymno naked gymnosperms vascular plants such as conifers with seeds not enclosed in specialized chambers mutu reciprocal mutualism a symbiotic relationship in which both partners benefit sporo seed sporophyte the moss stage with diploid cells stoma mouth stomata pores in leaves for gas exchange



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