24 notecards = 6 pages (4 cards per page)
what are key adaptions for life on land
seeds and pollen grains
5 derived traits of seed plants
Advantages of Reduced Gametophytes
What does an ovule consist of
sporophyte dominant plants
mosses & non vascular plants.
ferns /7 seedless vascular plants
.what is an integument
how many do angio and gymnosperms have
integument is a layer of sporophyte tissue that envelopes and protects the megasporangium
what is a seed
is a sporophyte (2n) embryo, along with its food supply, packaged in a protective coat
cone-bearing plants called conifers
Four adaptations—cuticle, vascular tissue, seeds, and flowers—are key characters defining four major modern plant groups. Which group first evolved vascular tissue?
fertilizes the egg,combines with two nuclei in the central cell of the female gametophyte and initiates development of food-storing endosperm
what three groups diverged early within angiosperms...
Adaptations critical to plant success in terrestrial environments include seeds, vascular tissue, cuticle, and flowers. Which lists these adaptations in the order in which they appeared?
a)seeds, vascular tissue, flowers, cuticle
b)cuticle, seeds, flowers, vascular tissue
c)cuticle, vascular tissue, seeds, flowers
d)vascular tissue, cuticle, seeds, flowers