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    Plant classification LAB:  students categorize plants based on physical description cards; lab WS included Plant classification LAB: students categorize plants based on physical description cards; lab WS included Presentation Transcript

    • Plant Classification Lab:Students will read the plant description cardsand apply them to the correct place on theclassification chart.WS accompanies Lab Lab & ppt. by Robin D. Seamon
    • Plant Classification Lab:MATERIALS: Plant classification cards, Lab WS, Classification ChartDIRECTIONS:4. Read aloud the plant description cards found at each center. Read the cards fully in your group.5. Decide where your organism belongs in the Classification Chart. Write its name in the correct place on your worksheet.6. Then complete the WS box for each organism. NOTE: You should have 20 boxes filled by the end of the lab.
    • PLANTS Nonvascular Vascular NO-SEEDS NO-SEEDS SEEDSMosses Ferns Gymnosperms ConifersNOT A PLANT: Cycads(Fungi/Bacteria)lichen Angiosperms Horsetails Monocotsmushrooms Dicots
    • Header: Plant Classification LabPlant name:________________ Plant name:________________ Plant name:________________ Plant name:________________Classification: ______________ Classification: ______________ Classification: ______________ Classification: ______________Circle one Circle one Circle one Circle one plant NOT a plant plant NOT a plant plant NOT a plant plant NOT a plant vascular Not vascular vascular Not vascular vascular Not vascular vascular Not vascular seed NO seed seed NO seed seed NO seed seed NO seed flowering NO flower flowering NO flower flowering NO flower flowering NO flowerDescription: ________________ Description: ________________ Description: ________________ Description: __________________________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________Plant name:________________ Plant name:________________ Plant name:________________ Plant name:________________Classification: ______________ Classification: ______________ Classification: ______________ Classification: ______________Circle one Circle one Circle one Circle one plant NOT a plant plant NOT a plant plant NOT a plant plant NOT a plant vascular Not vascular vascular Not vascular vascular Not vascular vascular Not vascular seed NO seed seed NO seed seed NO seed seed NO seed flowering NO flower flowering NO flower flowering NO flower flowering NO flowerDescription: ________________ Description: ________________ Description: ________________ Description: __________________________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________Plant name:________________ Plant name:________________ Plant name:________________ Plant name:________________Classification: ______________ Classification: ______________ Classification: ______________ Classification: ______________Circle one Circle one Circle one Circle one plant NOT a plant plant NOT a plant plant NOT a plant plant NOT a plant vascular Not vascular vascular Not vascular vascular Not vascular vascular Not vascular seed NO seed seed NO seed seed NO seed seed NO seed flowering NO flower flowering NO flower flowering NO flower flowering NO flowerDescription: ________________ Description: ________________ Description: ________________ Description: __________________________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________
    • Plant name: Brachythecium ***** Plant name: Reindeer ***** Description: light green, low-growing Description: white or gray, low-growing perennial, no vascular system, spore perennial, no vascular system, spore producing producing Light: prefers shade Light: prefers shade. The more light this type of lichen receives the lighter its color Soil: damp, fertile soil Soil: damp, fertile soil Water: These plants prefer damp places. A fine mist of rain or from a spray bottle will keep Water: lichen & mosses prefer damp places. this plant happy. This lichen when not watered will turn dry and brittle but it is not dead. Moisture will revive it Habitat: deciduous and conifer forests, esp. and turn it spongy again. higher elevations Habitat: deciduous and conifer forests, esp. How to grow: keep moist and in the shade. higher elevations Be careful not to trample this fragile plant. This Plant reproduces through spores, How to grow: keep moist and in the shade; therefore humidity and moisture are important. be careful not to press or trample the reindeer moss especially when brittle. http://teresasplants.com/25piecesmallpillowmoss-1-1-2.aspx Resource: http://teresasplants.com/livereindeermoss-gallonbag-2.aspx
    • Plant name: Cedar Bark **** Plant name: Fern **** Description: green-brown perennial, low- Description: blue-green to bronze green growing, no vascular system, spore-producing perennial, no vascular system, low-growing sheet moss, spore-producing Light: prefers shaded areas Light: prefers shaded areas Soil: damp, fertile soil or damp cedar bark Soil: damp, fertile soil, rocks & stumps Water: These plants prefer damp places. A fine mist of rain or from a spray bottle will keep Water:.These plants prefer dampness. this plant happy. Habitat: deciduous and conifer forests Habitat: deciduous and conifer forests, esp. How to grow: this is a fast growing plant that higher elevations; grows around the branches spreads, often used in orchid cultivation; keep and trunks of cedar trees moist; used as tender ground cover How to grow:. Keep moist and in the shade. It may turn brown as it dries out but it is NOT dead, but dormant. Water will revive it. Be careful not to trample this fragile plant. RESOURCE: http://teresasplants.com/livemoss.aspx RESOURCE: http://teresasplants.com/delicate-fern-moss.aspx
    • Plant name: Haircap **** Plant name: Mood **** Description: 6 inch tall, green perennial Description: light green, low-growing perennial Light: shade to part shade Light: shade, very low light Soil: damp, sandy soil, well-drained medium Soil: damp, fertile soil Water: damp, but well drained Water:. Damp, well-drained soil Habitat: deciduous and conifer forests Habitat: grows deep in deciduous and conifer How to grow: these plants prefer shady, forests places and prefer to be damp. Growing medium should be well-drained; can even be How to grow: easy growing plant; grows well grown on wet stones/gravel; reproduces in a terrarium, keep it moist, reproduces through spores through spores RESOURCE: RESOURCE:: http://teresasplants.com/4gallonsofmossyouchoosethemoss.aspx http://teresasplants.com/4gallonsofmossyouchoosethemoss.aspx
    • Plant name: Fruitcose & Caldonia **** Plant name: British Soldier **** Description: nonvascular, fruiticose- Description: ¼ to 1 inch tall, no vascular rounded reddish species that grows with system: symbiotic relationship between caldonia-light colored r ‘golf-tee-looking’ bacteria & fungus, nonvascular, organism no vascular system: symbiotic relationship between bacteria & fungus Light: shade, Light: shade to part shade Soil: grows in cooler drier conditions (lots of air flow) decaying wood, soil, mossy logs, tree Soil: damp bark or soil, decaying wood, bases, and stumps, terrariums stumps, & terrariums Water:. Damp sprays of water Water: damp sprays of water Habitat: grows in deciduous and coniferous Habitat: grows in deciduous and coniferous forests; breaking down wood material, cycling forests matter in Nature How to grow:.can take more light, and less How to grow: can grow in terrarium if water than many in this species, but will need conditions are kept cool and dry; reproduces some light and sprays of water when dry, through spores reproduces through spores RESOURCE: RESOURCE: http://teresasplants.com/britishsoldierlichens-limitedsupplyaskbeforepurcha http://www.monstermarketplace.com/live-plants-and-flowers/cladonia-and-fruiticose-lichens
    • Plant name: Tube **** Plant name: Umbrella **** Description: 1-2 inches long, light-colored Description: green to gray species, hollow species, nonvascular, reproduce with nonvascular, reproduce with spores; fruticose: spores, fruticose: little tree shaped little tree shaped Light: shade, part shade Soil: damp bark or soil, decaying wood, twigs, Light: shade, part shade stumps, & terrariums Soil: damp bark or soil, decaying wood, twigs, Water: likes dry conditions, light sprays of stumps, & terrariums water occasionally. Water:. Like others of its kind it prefers drier Habitat: grows in deciduous and coniferous conditions forests Habitat: grows in deciduous and coniferous How to grow:. can grow in terrarium if forests conditions are kept cool and dry; reproduces How to grow: will go dormant when too dry, through spores; can go dormant but are not but it is not dead; water will revive it dead- light spray of water will revive them RESOURCE: http://teresasplants.com/fruiticoselichenmounds-12assorted-1-2-1-1.aspx RESOURCE:
    • Plant name: Lemon **** (Candelaria) Plant name: Sulphur-firedot **** (Caloplaca ) Description: leaf-like growth; nonvascular, Description: nonvascular, reproduces with reproduces with spores foliose: leafy spores; crustose: crusty on rocks; orange dots are spore producers for reproduction Light: shade, part shade Light: shade, part shade Soil: damp wood & bark, stumps Soil: on damp rock surfaces Water: members of this family prefer cooler, drier conditions, light occasional sprays Water:. members of this family prefer cooler, drier adequate; can stand tough, windy conditions conditions, light occasional sprays adequate, usually rough, windy conditions & higher elevations Habitat: grows in deciduous and coniferous forests Habitat: grows in deciduous and coniferous forests How to grow:. no vascular system: symbiotic relationship between bacteria & fungus; need How to grow: no vascular system: symbiotic clean moist air (doesn’t grow well in cities) relationship between bacteria & fungus no vascular system: symbiotic relationship between bacteria & RESOURCE: http:// fungus; need clean moist air (doesn’t grow well in www.dnr.state.mn.us/young_naturalists/lichens/index.html http:// cities) www.wisconsinmushrooms.com/CandelariaConcolor.html RESOURCE: http:// www.dnr.state.mn.us/young_naturalists/lichens/index.html
    • Plant name: Shelf **** Plant name: yellow houseplant **** (Lepiota lutea, Description: white, shelf-like growth; Description: light, yellow colored; nonvascular: symbiotic relationship between a nonvascular; reproduces with spores fungus and bacteria Light: shade to part shade Light: shade to part shade Soil: wet, fertile soil Soil: damp sides of trees/ bark, rotted wood Water:. wet and logs Habitat: wet, moist soil, often found around Water: needs damp area the base of houseplants Habitat: grows in deciduous and conifer How to grow: keep moist by misting with forests water How to grow:. Can grow in damp terrariums RESOURCE: http:// RESOURCE: herbarium.usu.edu/fungi/funfacts/shelffungi.htm http://botit.botany.wisc.edu/toms_fungi/feb2002.html
    • Plant name: Suillus americanus Plant name: Morrel *** Description: forms and orange slimy area Description: a convoluted, ‘brain-looking’ after a spring rain within the vicinity of an species & is edible! Natives used to eat this in easter white pine; nonvascular; reproduces the spring after a rain; nonvascular; with spores reproduces with spores Light: shade to part shade Soil: soil must be fertile and damp Light: shade Water: spores grow into **** quickly after a Soil: fertile, damp soil rain in the Water:. Damp; grows from spores after a rain Habitat: grows with eastern white pines Habitat: deciduous or conifer forests How to grow:. Keep moist How to grow: keep damp RESOURCE: http://www.herbarium.iastate.edu/fungi/fungispecies.php?sp=Suillus+americanus+%28Pk.%29+Snell http://www.mushroomexpert.com/suillus_americanus.html RESOURCE: http://morelsandmore.com/
    • Plant name: Christmas **** Plant name: Maidenhair **** Description: perennial, stays green year Description: deciduous perennial, 12-18 inch round, vascular, reproduces with spores; 2-3 fronds; thin and wiry stems foot long fronds Light: shade, part-shade Light: shade, part-shade Soil: rich, well drained soil Soil: rich, well drained soil Water:. Damp Water: damp; can tolerate some dryness Habitat: rich woodlands Habitat: rich woodlands, deciduous & conifer How to grow: easy to grow; keep its leaves forests during the growing season; loses them in the How to grow:. Easy to grow; can tolerate full cold winters sun if well watered RESOURCE: http://www.mossacres.com/product_fern_moss2.asp RESOURCE: http://www.mossacres.com/product_fern_moss2.asp
    • Plant name: Ostrich **** Plant name: Cinnamon **** Description: 36-60 inch fronds; vascular, Description: perennial; deciduous (looses reproduces with spores; grows 3-5 feet tall; leaves in winter); young fiddleheads are white spreads quickly and wooly; ‘cinnamon looking’ frond; spreads slowly; tall Light: shade to part sun Light: sun or shade (must be moist) Soil: damp, fertile soil; moist thickets along rivers and streams Soil: acid, damp, water-logged soils Water: damp conditions Water:.very wet Habitat: decidious & conifer forests zones 3-8 Habitat: any area that is wet & boggy How to grow:.grows tall so it should be a How to grow: keep wet & to the back of the background plant; likes to be near water; keep perennial garden moist RESOURCE: RESOURCE: http://www.mossacres.com/product_fern_moss2.asp http://www.mossacres.com/product_fern_moss2.asp
    • Plant name: Equisetum Plant name: wood **** Description: perennial; very old Paleozoic Description: perennial; very old Paleozoic plant; once a tall tree, one genus survives plant; one genus has surved with 15 species; today with 15 species in it; vascular; No vascular; No seeds; reproduces with spores; seeds; reproduces with spores; hollow stems hollow stems Light: sun Light: sun Soil: wet sandy to wet clay Soil: wet Water: wet Water:. wet Habitat: wet, swampy areas Habitat: wet, swampy forests; open woodlands How to grow:. Grows from deep underground rhyzomes; leaves used as a dye & a silica How to grow: keep wet supplement; used to polish wooden tools by natives RESOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Equisetum RESOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Equisetum
    • Plant name: Eastern Red Cedar Plant name: Eastern White pine Description: evergreen vascular tree; can Description: evergreen vascular tree; can grow up to 80 feet tall; reproduces with grow up to 150 feet tall; reproduces with male/ male/female cones; one of the first trees to female cones; fast growing repopulate a cleared area; fast growing; Light: sun; can tolerate a little shade berries in the winter Soil: tolerant Light: sun or shade Water:. Tolerates wet and dry Soil: tolerant Habitat: tolerant of many habitats Water: tolerates wet and dry How to grow: important ecological tree for Habitat: tolerant of many habitats wildlife habitat How to grow:. Wood is decay-resistant; insects don’t like it; wood has a sweet distinct odor & is used for wood-working RESOURCE: http://techtrees.net/shop/product_info.php? RESOURCE: http://techtrees.net/shop/product_info.php? cPath=44_29&products_id=154 cPath=44_39&products_id=121
    • Plant name: Fraser Fir Plant name: Spruce Description: evergreen vascular tree; can Description: evergreen vascular tree; can grow up to 80 feet tall; reproduces with grow up to 200 feet tall; reproduces with male/ male/female cones; female cones; slow growth rate Light: sun to shade Light: sun to shade Soil: -20 to -30 degrees F Soil: varies Water: moderate Water:.tolerant Habitat: cold boreal conifer forests; Habitat: usually cold boreal climates; mountains northernmost North American Tree How to grow:.needs cool dry air; grown for How to grow: used for wood & paper in Christmas trees Canada RESOURCE: http://techtrees.net/shop/product_info.php? cPath=44_29&products_id=154 RESOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Picea_glauca
    • Plant name: Cycas rumphii Plant name: Zamia Description: hard, stiff evergreen leaves, Description: decdiuous shrub, with hard stiff seeds, woody trunk, male plants & female leaves, this family is an living fossil dating plants, slow growing, living up to 1,000 years! back to the Mesozoic period, seeded cones A very early plant dating to the Permian Period Light: sun Light: sun Soil: fertile, well-drained soil Soil: fertile, well-drained soil Water: drought tolerant Water: drought tolerant Habitat: tropical, subtropical climates Habitat: tropical, subtropical climates How to grow: seeds are unfertilized and open How to grow: needs hot, humid weather; to the air for pollination; specific beetles reproduction: seeds are unfertilized and open pollinate to the air for pollination; specific beetles pollinate http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cycad Resourcehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zamia
    • Plant name: Hemlock Plant name: Sugarcane Description: evergreen vascular tree; can Description: seed producing from small grow up to 80 feet tall; reproduces with flowers; tall perennial grass with a sweet, male/female cones; sugary inside stem; up to 19 feet tall; Light: sun to shade Light: sun Soil: cool & moist soils Soil: varies Water: moist Water:. Grasses tend to need less water; but as a crop, needs water Habitat: cool, moist locations; mountains; boreal forests Habitat: warm, temperate and tropical regions How to grow:. Used for rough construction lumber How to grow: world’s largest crop RESOURCE: http://www.oplin.org/tree/fact %20pages/hemlock_eastern/hemlock_eastern.html RESOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sugarcane
    • Plant name: Rice Plant name: Bamboo Description: rice is the seed from tiny flowers Description: perennial evergreen grass; of this family; perennial grass; one cotyledon produces seeds from small flowers; grows very quickly (growing up to 24 inches in a Light: sun day!) rhizomes grow just under the ground, Soil: wet spreading this plant quickly; growth cells underground (unlike trees) Water: wet Light: sun to shade Habitat: grows in wet bogs; hot, tropical climate Soil: tolerant How to grow:.must grow in a wet, boggy area Water:.tolerant Habitat: tolerant How to grow: used for many wood products; especially valuable in Asia RESOURCE: http://www.heirloom- organics.com/guide/va/guidetogrowingrice.html RESOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bamboo
    • Plant name: Lily Plant name: Iris Description: hardy perennial grass with a Description: hardy perennial plant with showy flower that comes in many colors; showing flowers that comes in many colors; in flowers often last a day but are continuously the grass family; seed has one coltyledon but produced; from 1-4 feet tall grows best from rhizomes; grows up to 2 feet tall; blooms in the spring Light: sun to shade Light: full sun to part shade Soil: tolerant Soil: rich, well drained soil Water: tolerant Water:. tolerant Habitat: native species grew in woodlands, but very tolerant of other places now Habitat: woodlands, but tolerant How to grow:.little care; spreads with How to grow: little care; spreads with rhizomes rhizomes RESOURCE: RESOURCE:
    • Plant name: Daffodil Plant name: Geranium Description: hardy perennial bulb in the grass Description: annual to tender perennial; family; showing yellow, white, or orange large flowerclusters in red, salmon, pink, flowers in the spring white, and bi-colors; seed producing; two cotyledons Light: sun to part shade Light: full sun to part shade Soil: fertile, well-drained soil Soil: rich, moist; well-drained soil Water: tolerant Water:.likes to dry out between waterings Habitat: tolerant; zones 4-9 Habitat: tolerant to zone 8; bring indoors for How to grow:. Easy to grow; plants multiply winter otherwise from bulbs How to grow: easy to grow and take cuttings RESOURCE: RESOURCE:
    • Plant name: Pansy Plant name: Impatien Description: hardy biennial; grows from Description: tender annual; continuous seed; produces colorful flowers; low-growing; colorful blooms; grows from 8 inches to 2 feet two cotyledons; likes cooler weather tall Light: full to part sun Light: Soil: rich, moist, well-drained soil Soil: rich, moist, well-drained soil Water: keep moist Water:.needs water Habitat: can tolerate cold winters Habitat: shady areas How to grow:.biennial means it will grow How to grow: easy to grow, little care; keep through the winter and flower & go to seed the watered next growing season. After seeding plant will die. RESOURCE: RESOURCE:
    • Plant name: Cherry Tree Plant name: Peach tree Description: flowering deciduous tree that Description: flowering deciduous tree that bears fruit 6-30 feet bears fruit Light: sun Light: sun Soil: fertile, well-drained soil Soil: fertile, well-drained soil Water: keep watered especially during fruiting Water:.keep watered especially during fruiting Habitat: varies Habitat: will produce fruit through zone 7 How to grow:.beautiful trees; all cherries are How to grow: careful that early frosts don’t kill edible, although the ones grown to eat are the early spring blossoms; if the blossoms die generally white-blooming. the plant will not have fruit RESOURCE: RESOURCE: