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Planticas..

  1. 1. Diversity of Plants<br />The diversity of plants is a complement of the happiness of life, plants are part of our lives, take care of them<br />Laura Rodríguez<br />Paula Chacón<br />Ángela mora<br />Valentina Zuluaga<br />
  2. 2. BRYOPHYTES:<br /><ul><li>Is a traditional name used to refer to all the land.
  3. 3. They are plants that do not have true vascular tissue.
  4. 4. They have a haploid gametophyte, each of whose cells contains a fixed number of unpaired chromosomes
  5. 5. Give rise to a diploid sporophyte.
  6. 6. They reproduce by spores
  7. 7. Microphylles.</li></ul>USES:<br />Interactions:<br /><ul><li>Ecology
  8. 8. horticulture
  9. 9. household uses
  10. 10. medicine and even food.</li></ul>Symbiotic-Mutualism<br />
  11. 11. PTERIDOPHYTES:<br /><ul><li>They are vascular plants.
  12. 12. They reproduce and disperse only via spores.
  13. 13. Useful in the removal of heavy me falls, specially arsenic.
  14. 14. They are extinct.
  15. 15. Share a single common ancestor but they are not a clade. </li></ul>Interactions:<br />Symbiotic-Mutualism<br />USES:<br /><ul><li>Decorativeplants</li></li></ul><li>GYMONOSPERM<br />USES:<br />Symbiosis is when bothorganismsbenefit. <br />Commensalismbenefitsoneorganism and theotherorganismisneitherbenefitednorharmed.<br /><ul><li>Pine.
  16. 16. Fir.
  17. 17. Spruce
  18. 18. Cedar.
  19. 19. Theyare seed and vascular plants.
  20. 20. There are between 700 and 900 extant or currently living species of gymnosperms.
  21. 21. They are spore-bearing plants with a sporophyte dominant life cycle.
  22. 22. The gymnosperms reproduce structures cones.
  23. 23. The gymnosperms originated in the late carboniferous period.</li></li></ul><li>Angyosperms:<br />Mutualism <br />Symbiosis is when bothorganismsbenefit. <br /><ul><li>Are the most diversity of land plant
  24. 24. Are seed producing plant like gymnosperms.
  25. 25. They are 8 groups of living angiosperms: amborella, calendonia, nyphaeales, chloranthales, woody plants etc.
  26. 26. Vascular plants
  27. 27. Angiosperms provide the primary food sources for animals and provide oxygen of us to breath.</li></ul>Mutual<br />Uses:<br /><ul><li>Healing characteristics
  28. 28. Physoactive substances</li></li></ul><li>Uses:<br />FERNS:<br /><ul><li>Food
  29. 29. cut foliage
  30. 30. houseplants
  31. 31. They have xylem and phloem(making them vascular plants).
  32. 32. Ferns do not have either seeds or flowers(the reproduce via spores)
  33. 33. They have a life cycle referred to as alternation of generations, characterized by diploid saprophytic and a haploid gametophyte phase
  34. 34. Ferns are leafy plants that grow in moist areas under forest canopy.
  35. 35. Ferns reproduce differently from the conifers and flowering plants</li></li></ul><li>
  36. 36. Plants:<br />

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