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Plant Biology Unit

Plant Biology Unit
Plant Biology Unit
Plant Biology Unit
Plant Biology Unit
Plant Biology Unit
Plant Biology Unit
Plant Biology Unit
Plant Biology Unit
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This PowerPoint is an accumulation of all the mini lesson taught for this entire unit. It easily hits every important curriculum point addressed by a plant unit in Biology. The following is a simply list of the extensive amount of information presented in this packaged deal! Go from algea, to non-vascular plants, to vascular seedless plants, to vascular seed plants! This presentatin has everything to do with plants! Enjoy

Estimated Time: 20-23 hours

By the end of this course, students will have an understanding of the increasing complexity of phyla within the Kingdom Plantae and the characteristics that place organisms within each phylum.

Vocabulary:

adaptation, alternation of generations, colonial, dicots, enclosed seeds, flowers, fruit, leaves, monocots, multicellular, pollen, roots, seeds, stems, unicellular, vascular tissue (an much more!)

Knowledge
• trends of increasing complexity in plant lifeforms

• characteristics of algae, mosses, ferns, gymnosperms, and angiosperms

• adaptations of plants to a land environment

These are the curriculum point hit in this PowerPoint! This is for BC curriculum

--examine green algae and describe the characteristics that unify them

-- use examples of unicellular, colonial, and multicellular green algae to illustrate their increasing complexity

--examine mosses and describe the characteristics that unify them

-- examine ferns and describe the characteristics that unify them

--describe alternation of generations in algae, mosses, and ferns

--describe features of mosses and ferns that have enabled adaptation to a land environment

--examine gymnosperms and describe the characteristics that unify them

--explain how gymnosperms are adapted for survival in a land environment with respect to the following:
-alternation of generations,
-roots,
-stems,
-leaves,
-seeds,
-pollen,
-vascular tissue

--examine angiosperms and describe characteristics that unify them

--describe how angiosperms are adapted for survival in a land environment,with respect to:
-alternation of generations,
-flowers,
-pollen,
-enclosed seeds,
-fruit,
-roots,
-stems,
-leaves,
-vascular tissue

--compare the ways in which mosses, ferns, gymnosperms, and angiosperms have adapted to a land environment
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130 pages
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