Classifications of flowering plants and non flowering plants
Plant classifications of flowering and now flowering plants
This lesson is following on from the basic science lesson (Plant classifications flowering and non flowering for kids).
Plants that make seed and don't make seed
Vascular plants are plants that have tubes, roots, stems, and leaves. These plants also stand up tall.
Non-vascular plants do not have tubes, roots, stems, or leaves. These plants soak up water and food from the soil, like sponges. They are also much smaller than vascular plants.
Angiosperms are plants that are seed-bearing. Their reproductive structures are flowers were the ovules are enclosed in an ovary. Angiosperms can found in most habitats from forests, grasslands, sea margins and even deserts. The leaves of an angiosperms are flat. Examples of Angiosperms are grass, Apples, Oranges and Bananas.
Gymnosperms are seed-bearing plants, such as conifers fir trees, pine trees,The ovules or seeds are not enclosed in an ovary. Gymnosperms are plants that the seeds are exposed.
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