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Division Lycophyta
... leaves) are also characters. There are no tree-like forms in extant species. The term, club mosses, is used for the Order Lycopodiales or just for the Genus, Lycopodium. The genus is ...
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Geological Time Map
Geological Time Map Paleozoic Era Later Devonian Period 375 million years ago A forest in later Devonian time: precursors of the ferns, horsetails and club mosses. Continue geological time map
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Pteridophytes - Introduction
... to the seed plants. Let's look at the main groups of Pteridophytes! Ferns Club mosses Spike mosses Horsetails This is a giant Caribbean tree fern, Cyathea arborea but most ferns are small ... still clustered together as one land mass!) had a warm, tropical climate. These giant club mosses and spike mosses and horsetails thrived in the vast swamps that stretched throughout this landscape. Click on ...
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Fern & Fern Allies Lab
... on the side bench. Familiarise yourself with these plants. B. THE FERN ALIES I. Club & Spike mosses Club mosses grow wild in the wetter parts of Barbados. They are, nonetheless, a relic group of ...
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Exam #1 Hints
... Kingdom Plantae Nonvascular Plants: No water-conducting cells (xylem). 1. Division Bryophyta (mosses and liverworts). Vascular plants: Xylem tissue, true roots, stems & leaves. [The ... Spores but no seeds 2. Division Psilophyta (Psilotum or whisk fern. 3. Division Lycophyta (club mosses). 4. Division Sphenophyta (horsetails). 5. Division Pterophyta (ferns). Spermatophytes: Seed Plants Gymnosperms ...
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Biology, biology degrees, research U.W.A. - Institute of Biological Sciences
... . Tropical house Within the Tropical House is a wide diversity of plant species, including Lycophyta (club mosses), ferns (around ten species), cycads, forty or so species of Cacti and succulents, a banana ...
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Lecture 4 Links
... Biology 102 Plants, People and the Environment Links of the Day: Lecture 4. Invasion: Mosses and ferns. We start this week with defining the major differences between plants and ... life cycle, biology, and evolution), Psilophyta ("whisk ferns" - life cycle, biology, nice images), Lycophyta ("club mosses"), Sphenophyta ("horsetails"). To learn more about the economic or aboriginal uses of ferns, check ...
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... . Bearing strobiles. STROBILE: 1. A cone-like structure of sporophylls, as in the horsetails and club mosses. 2. A gymnosperm cone or a hop inflorescence. STOBILOID: Resembling or relating to a strobile ... on an organ, especially at one side of the base of the capsule in many mosses. STRUMOSE: Bearing a struma. STUNT: To retard or stop plant growth, usually by accident through ...
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LIVING FOSSILS AT PALOMAR COLLEGE
... positioning of the continents was different. Spore-bearing plants (pteridophytes), such as ferns, horsetails (sphenophytes), club-mosses (lycophytes) and whisk ferns (psilophytes) were abundant in the forest understory. Some of these ancient ...
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Open Directory - Science:Biology:Flora and Fauna:Plantae:Pteridophyta
... : Biology: Flora_and_Fauna: Plantae: Pteridophyta For sites about both ferns (Polypodiophyta) and their allies: horsetails (Equisetophyta), club mosses (Lycopodiophyta), and whisk-ferns (Psilotophyta). Open Directory Home: Gardening: Plants: Ferns Copyright 1998-2005 Netscape ...
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