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Seedless Plants. Note Taker Guide for pg. 304-307. Non Vascular Plant. Moss Liverworts Hornworts. Where do they get their water?. What is a rhizoid?. How does a rhizoid help?. Nonvascular plants are important. First to live in an environment Form a thin layer of soil

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Seedless plants

Seedless Plants

Note Taker Guide

for pg. 304-307


Non vascular plant

Non Vascular Plant

  • Moss

  • Liverworts

  • Hornworts


Where do they get their water

Where do they get their water?


What is a rhizoid

What is a rhizoid?


How does a rhizoid help

How does a rhizoid help?


Nonvascular plants are important

Nonvascular plants are important

  • First to live in an environment

  • Form a thin layer of soil

  • Reduce soil erosion

  • Food for some animals

  • Nesting material for some animals


Seedless vascular plants

Seedless vascular plants


Club mosses

Club mosses

  • Grew to 40 m in ancient forests.


Rhizome underground stem

Rhizome- underground stem


Plant reproduction

http://www.deanza.edu/faculty/mccauley/6a-labs-plants-02.htm

Plant Reproduction

Fern

Plants make spores

in the sporophyte stage


Plant reproduction1

Plant Reproduction

  • When the spores of some plants grow, the new plants called gametophytes


Plant classification

Plant Classification

  • Fern is an example

    of a seedless vascular plant

  • Fronds – First fern leaves


Club moss vs moss

Club moss vs. Moss

  • Club moss has vascular tissue moss does not


Height

Height

  • Club mosses

  • 20m

  • Horsetails

  • 8m


Horsetail silica

Horsetail silica


Horsetails used to scrub pots

Horsetails – used to scrub pots


Role of seedless vascular plants

Role of seedless vascular plants

  • Help prevent soil erosion

  • Form communities

  • Add to soil depth

  • House plants

  • Cooked and eaten

  • Shampoo

  • Skin-care products

  • Coal to heat homes


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