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  • Angiosperms: 100 million years ago Gymnosperms: 200 million years ago Some flowers have only male elements and some only female, some plants are all male or all female.

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  • 1. Flowers (The Reproductive Unit of an Angiosperm)
  • 2. Gymnosperms: around for 370 million years Angiosperms: around for 125 million years There are more than 300,000 species of Angiosperms today. (9 in 10 of all the land plants.)
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  • 4. (Incredible complexity and diversity in the morphology of flowers.)
  • 5. 17th C. Dutch
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  • 9. Ito Jakuchu 18th C. Japan
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  • 11. Georgia O’Keefe 20th C. American
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  • 17. Student work pastel
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  • 20. Student work pastel
  • 21. Student work Pastel and charcoal pencil
  • 22. Student work Pastel, Prismacolor, pen and ink
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  • 24. Student work: Prismacolor
  • 25. Student work: Watercolor, ink and charcoal
  • 26. A quick demo to get started…