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    4th Grade Ch. 1 Lesson 3 How Are Plants Classified 4th Grade Ch. 1 Lesson 3 How Are Plants Classified Presentation Transcript

    • Ch. 1 Lesson 3 How are plants classified?
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    • How plants transport water:
    • 1. vascular plants
      • system of tubes that connect leaves, stems & roots - moves water & nutrients
      • adds support - plants can get big
    • 1. vascular plants
      • examples:
        • grass
        • dandelions
        • celery
    • vascular plants system of tubes that connect leaves, stems & roots - moves water & nutrients
    • 2. nonvascular plants
      • do NOT have:
        • system of tubes
        • true roots
        • stems
        • leaves
    • Examples of nonvascular plants :
    • 1. mosses
      • largest group of nonvascular plants
      • Reproduce by spores
    • 2. hornworts
    • 3. liverworts
    • How plants reproduce:
    • 1. flowering plants
      • make seeds & flowers
    • 2. conifers
      • make seeds but do not make flowers
      • grow 2 kinds of cones
    • 3. spores
      • ferns & mosses
      • do not make seeds
    • Let's Review
    • Biologists sort plants by how they:
      • transport water
      • 2. reproduce
    • conifers
      • make seeds but do not make flowers
      • grow 2 kinds of cones
    • vascular plants
      • system of tubes that connect leaves, stems & roots -moves water & nutrients
      • adds support - plants can get big
    • nonvascular plants
      • Do NOT have:
        • system of tubes
        • true roots
        • stems
        • leaves
    • mosses
      • largest group of nonvascular plants
    • spores
      • How do nonvascular plants reproduce?
    • spores
      • ferns & mosses reproduce by
    • vascular or nonvascular ?
      • celery
      vascular
    • vascular or nonvascular ? nonvascular hornworts
    • vascular or nonvascular ?
      • dandelion
      vascular
    • vascular or nonvascular ? nonvascular liverworts