Special Sub-Topic: Plant Taxonomy
|True or False. Taxonomy is the practice of stuffing animals.|
False & false & F & f. Actually, that's taxidermy. Taxonomy is the practice of scientifically naming organisms and plants.
|True or False. Ferns are pteridophytes.|
True & true & T & t. This is one of the divisions of plants. This also includes club mosses and horsetails. These plants have true roots, stems, and leaves, but no flowers or seeds.
|Which division is moss in?|
Bryophytes. Moss is a small, flowerless plant. They have no real roots, just fine 'hairs' that absorb water from the soil.
|How many kinds of Spermatophytes are there?|
2. They are the gymnosperms and the angiosperms.
|Evergreens like pines and junipers are angiosperms.|
f. Evergreens are gymnosperms. The word gymnosperm means that the seeds are naked.
|Angiosperms have seeds that are protected with fruit.|
|The banana is a monocot.|
t. Some other monocots are grasses, onions, coconut palms, and orchids.
|Where are the seeds of a coniferous plant located?|
|Acer rubrum is the genus and species of what tree?|
|Vitis vinifera is the genus and species of what fruit?|
wine grapes & grapes & Grape & Wine Grapes & Wine grapes. These are the type of grapes that are made into wine.
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