BIOLOGY4KIDS: PLANTS (USE TOPICS ON RIGHT SIDE)
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1.) What 3 things do all plants have in common?
2.) Take quiz on plants
3.) The “green part” of moss is actually which part of the life cycle?
4.) What reproductive structures are stored in the sporophyte?
5.) What are the reproductive structures of conifers?
6.) Plants that have flowers as their reproductive structures are called?
7.) If you have ever been “down South” you may have noticed Spanish Moss hanging in the branches of trees. Spanish Moss is not really a moss but rather an epiphyte. What is an epiphyte?
MOSSES AND LIVERWORTS
8.) Mosses and liverworts have no ? ?
9.) Why are mosses and liverworts always tiny?
10.) What is the scientific name for mosses and liverworts?
11.) T or F. Mosses, liverworts, and hornworts have leaves, stems and roots.
12.) What are the 2 reasons why you will always find bryophytes near water?
FERNS AND HORSETAILS
13.) Ferns have ? which means that they can grow tall?
14.) Why do ferns and horsetails need to live near moisture?
15.) What is a baby fern leaf called?
16.) If you have vascular tissue & seeds but no flowers you are a ?
17.) What is the main purpose of a seed?
18.) Name 3 examples of gymnosperms
19.) Explain what makes ginkgoes so special?
20.) Take quiz on gymnosperms
21.) If you are the most advanced plant with seeds, vascular tissue, and flowers, you are an ?
22.) What is the advantage of having flowers?
23.) What are the 2 divisions of angiosperms?
24.) Name 2 examples of monocots
25.) What is a cotyledon?
26.) What is the most advanced, monocot or dicot? Explain your answer.
27.) Name 2 examples of dicots