Three Fundamental Sorts of Plants.


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Three Principle Sorts of Plants. Mosses(No Blossoms) www.bio.umass.edu/science/conn.river/mosses.html Grasses (Monocots) http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/Trees, Bushes and Weeds (Dicots). No blossoms Fruiting bodies with spores rather than seeds As a rule little plants with small leaves
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Three Main Types of Plants Mosses(No Flowers) www.bio.umass.edu/science/conn.river/mosses.html Grasses (Monocots) http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/Trees, Shrubs and Weeds (Dicots)

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No blossoms Fruiting bodies with spores rather than seeds Usually little plants with minor leaves No genuine roots, yet they are secured around fibers (slight, hair-like structures) Characteristics of Mosses www.bio.umass.edu/science/conn.river/mosses.html

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Flowers typically modest and not ostentatious. Blooms have 3 or six sections Leaf veins parallel, leaves are limited Roots in bunches, no taproot Characteristics of Grasses

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Flowers have petals in gatherings of four or five or more Leaves have netted veins Usually have a tap root Characteristics of Dicots (Most trees, bushes and weeds)

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