Plants. Teaching Point #1. Almost all plants are autotrophic, eukaryotic and have cell walls. Teaching Point #2.
Sporophyte stage: A sporophyte produces SPORES, which are tiny cells that can grow into new organisms.
Nonvascular plants: NO VASCULAR TISSUE! (low-growing, no roots for absorbing water)
Vascular plants: HAVE VASCULAR TISSUE! (Suited to life on dry land, transport materials throughout plant, so can grow tall)
Where pollen is deposited
Location of pollen
Develops into a SEED
Ovary: Becomes the FRUIT: dispersal of seed