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Plant kingdom Plants have special adaptations for .. [Get PPT]
Plant kingdom Plants have special adaptations for reproduction Plant classification Bryophytes no vascular tissue Ex. liverworts and mosses Seedless Gymnosperm naked seed, Ex. Pine tree, fir tree An..
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The Plant Kingdom [Get PPT]
The Plant Kingdom 2 Animal vs- Plant Kingdoms Mobile Need to feed themselves Lack a cell wall of cellulose (flaccid) Cellulose not synthesized Growth is limited Generally not mobile Contain chloroph..

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Adaptations: Plant and Animal [Get PPT]
Adaptations Plant & Animal Definition Characteristics that give an organism a better chance of survival. Special traits that help living organisms survive in a particular environment. Reasons for ad..
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.. xylem is called WOOD Older portions of the Xylem eventually stop Transporting Water & get darker (center of trunk - HEARTWOOD The Functional Xylem, often lighter colored wood is SAPWOOD The Phloe..
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Kingdom Animalia By: Katie Miller [Get PPT]
.. Many gastropods have fidtinct had with eyes at the tips of tentacles. Terrestrial snails lack the gills typical of aquatic molluscs; instead the lining of the mantle cavity functions as a lung, e..
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Heterotrophic- can get nutrition 2 ways 1. Produce an .. [Get PPT]
Heterotrophic- can get nutrition 2 ways 1. Produce an enzyme that digests organic material outside of the fungus. Then fungus absorbs the liquidated nutrients 2. Produce Haustoria- hyphae penetrate ..
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Protist, Moneran and Fungi Kingdoms [Get PPT]
.. Unicellular 2. Have a nucleus 3. Live in watery areas or moist soil 4. Some are parasites 5. Live individually or in colonies 6. Some autotrophs, some heterotrophs Animal-like Protists Sarcodines..

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Section II. 5 Characteristics of Plants [Get PPT]
.. form the triploid endosperm, a nutritive tissue ( the FRUIT). Together with maternal sporophyte tissue, these make up the seed. 5. Protected Embryo preventing the embryo from drying out. (Algae D..
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Kingdom Plantae Nonvascular and Seedless Vascular Plants [Get PPT]
.. nonvascular plants, SVP gametophytes can grow independent of sporophyte. 1) microphyll: an epidermal outgrowth supplied by a vein of vascular tissue 2) megaphyll: a reduced branch system that has..
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Plant Structure and Growth [Get PPT]
.. shoots with diverse functions have evolved in many plants. These shoots, which include stolons, rhizomes, tubers, and bulbs, are often mistaken for roots. Stolons, such as the runners of strawber..
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Plant Pathology [Get PPT]
.. their own food, so they depend on living or dead plant or animal tissue. Only about 8,000 fungi species are known to cause plant diseases of the 100,000 species on earth. All plants can be attack..
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Past, current and future disease threats to plants in the .. [Get PPT]
.. Verticillium spp. Hop Viruses transmitted only by vegetative Fruit crops propagation and covered by certification schemes New pests arriving in EU Outbreak country takes responsibility, but gener..
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Characteristics of Kingdom Fungi [Get PPT]
.. of yeasts or yeast-like organisms. Some fungi are called yeast-like because they exist as a yeast for part of their life cycle, but can be hyphal for a significant portion of it. The photo shows ..
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Kingdom Fungi Like a plant [Get PPT]
Kingdom Fungi Like a plant STATIONARY Like an animal HETEROTROPHIC Like plants, animals, and protists EUKARYOTIC Cell walls made of CHITIN why? Phylum Zygomycota Example: bread mold Specialized hyph..

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Kingdom Animalia Body Plans Symmetry Reproduction [Get PPT]
.. & Asexual ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION Examples of asexual reproduction: budding group of cells pinch off the parent & mature into an adult regeneration the ability to grow missing parts. SEXUAL REPRODUC..
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Animalia Notes Continued [Get PPT]
.. defining characteristics: Stiff dorsal rod helps to organize the embryo's development. The central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) is tubular Their sides have slits just behind the head. T..
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Graph That Diversity Exercise [Get PPT]
.. tissue Forms the boundary layer between the contents of an animal's body and the external environment. It also provides structural support in many animals Skin, hair, feathers, fur and bones are ..
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The Kingdom of God A biblical study in twelve lectures [Get PPT]
.. fruit abundant, and in it was food for all. The beasts of the field found shade under it, the birds of the heavens dwelt in its branches, and all flesh was fed from it. Ezekiel 31:3-6 Indeed Assy..

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Psychoactive Plants Fungi [Get PPT]
.. has been shown to be active in several parts of the brain including the cerebral cortex, hippocampus, and cerebellum Manic behavior, delirium, inebriation, spasms Deep sleep full of fantastic ima..
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Plant Taxonomy Scientific Classification of Plants [Get PPT]
.. plant kingdom All members of the plant kingdom are autotrophs, meaning that they can produce their own food. Plants do this through photosynthesis The Plant Kingdom is broken down into many divis..
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