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Vascular non vascular seedless seed

vascular/non vascular, seedless/seed

Plants


Do now

Do Now

  • Quietly review your notes on plants for 5 minutes


Round 1 rules

Round 1- Rules

  • All questions in Round 1 are worth 1 point.

  • All teams must answer every question

  • Correct answers receive 1 point and incorrect answers will deduct 1 point from the team’s score.

  • Write all answers down.


Round 1

Round 1

  • Copy word box into notes for reference:

  • cellulose, cuticle, nonvascular plant, phloem, pioneer species, rhizoid, vascular plant, xylem


Round 1 question 1

Round 1- Question 1

  • Root is to fern as ____________ is to moss


Round 1 question 2

Round 1- Question 2

  • Phloem is to food transport as ______________ is to water transport.


Round 1 question 3

Round 1- Question 3

  • Vascular plant is to horsetail as ________________ is to liverwort.


Round 1 question 4

Round 1- Question 4

  • Cellulose is to support as _____________ is to protect.


Round 1 question 5

Round 1- Question 5

  • Fuel is to ferns as _____________ is to bryophyte (seedless nonvascular) plants.


Round 1 question 6

Round 1- Question 6

  • Cuticle is to wax as __________ is to fibers.


Round 2 rules

Round 2- Rules

  • All questions in Round 2 are multiple choice.

  • Teams will be given 10 seconds to answer the question before viewing the choices.

    • If they get the answer correct within the first 10 seconds, they will receive 2 points, however, if it is wrong, they will lose 1 point.

  • After 10 seconds, choices will be revealed and teams will gain 1 point for the correct answer or lose one point for the incorrect response.


Round 2 question 1

Round 2- Question 1

  • Which of the following is a seedless vascular plant?

  • A. moss

  • B. liverwort

  • C. horsetail

  • D. pine


Round 2 question 2

Round 2- Question 2

  • What are the plant structures that anchor the plant called?

  • A. stems

  • B. leaves

  • C. roots

  • D. guard cells


Round 2 question 3

Round 2- Question 3

  • What group has plants that are only a few cells thick?

  • A. gymnosperms

  • Cycads

  • Ferns

  • Mosses


Round 2 question 4

Round 2- Question 4

  • What kinds of plants have structures that move water and other substances?

  • A. vascular

  • B. protist

  • C. nonvascular

  • D. bacterial


Round 2 question 5

Round 2- Question 5

  • Which one of the following do ferns have?

  • A. cones

  • B. rhizoids

  • C. spores

  • D. seeds


Round 2 question 6

Round 2- Question 6

  • Which one of the following is an advantage to life on land for plants?

  • A. more direct sunlight

  • B. less carbon dioxide

  • C. greater space to grow

  • D. less competition for food


Round 3 rules

Round 3- Rules

  • Questions in this round are worth 3 points.

  • Teams will gain 3 points for a correct answer or lose 3 points for the incorrect answer.

  • Partial credit will be given.


Round 3 question 1

Round 3- Question 1

  • What might happen if a land plant’s waxy cuticle was destroyed?


Round 3 question 2

Round 3- Question 2

  • Plants called succulents store large amounts of water in their leaves, stems and roots. In what environments would you expect to find succulents growing naturally?


Round 3 question 3

Round 3- Question 3

  • Explain why mosses usually are found in moist areas.


Round 3 question 4

Round 3- Question 4

  • Recognize Cause and Effect: How do pioneer species change environments so that other plants can grow there?


Round 3 question 5

Round 3- Question 5

  • On a walk through the woods with a friend, you find a plant neither of you have seen before. The plant has green leaves and yellow flowers. Your friend says it is a vascular plant. How does your friend know?


Round 3 question 6

Round 3- Question 6

  • Sequence: Put the following events in order to show how coal is formed from plants:

  • 1- Living seedless plants

  • 2- Coal is formed

  • 3- Dead seedless plants decay

  • 4- Peat is formed


Bonus round

Bonus Round

  • Copy and complete this map for the seedless plants of the plant kingdom. *Use your notes!

Seedless Plants

Transport tissue

Vascular Plants

No transport tissue

Nonvascular plants

example

example

example

Club mosses

examples

Horse

tails

Ferns

Mosses, liverworts and hornworts


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