Plant Varieties william wepking

Bryophytes

A bryophyte does not have transport tubes.

They are nonvascular, reproduce by spores.

Mosses, hornwort are two examples of bryophytes.

Mosses
Hornwort

Gymnosperms

They have transport tubes, and are vascular.

They have needles that are their leaves.

Their seeds are in the cones.

Two examples are conifers and ginkgos.

Conifers
Ginkgos

Angiosperms

Angiosperms have flowers and are tracheophytes.

They could be monocot or dicot. They have flower petals that are in groups of 3, that makes them monocot. The dicots have groups of 4 or 5 petals.

Sunflowers and peaches are two examples.

Sunflowers
Peach tree

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Created with images by foooomio - "Sunflower" • Proptology - "Moss" • Starr Environmental - "starr-110124-0153-Ceratophyllum_demersum-habit_in_water-Sacred_Garden_of_Maliko-Maui" • sonnenstern - "conifer sunshine green" • minwoo88710 - "ginkgo landscape yellow" • metalslugzmaste-96200 - "flower sunflower sky" • Mary P Madigan - "Red peaches"

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