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... Gymnosperms Pinophyta-The Gymnosperms Gymnosperm- From the Greek gymnos meaning naked and sperma meaning seed. From the fossil record, the first know gymnosperms occurred about 350 million years ago during the Devonian period. Gymnosperms ... mature seeds are not contained in fruits like berries or apples. Gymnosperms are divided into 4 classes: Cycadatae - Cycads Ginkgoatae - Ginkgo Gnetatae -(This ...

... . Pinophyta - (also found as Gymnosperms in older texts) are the conifers. There are over 700 species world wide and include members of the Pine, Cedar, Yew, and Ginkgo families. Characteristics of Pinophyta leaves ... referenced at the end of the lecture will provide additional material. Several Leaf Types of Pinophyta Needle of Pines are found in groups or clusters. Needles of Spruce, Balsam Fir and ...

Subdivision Cycadicae
... ft. tall. Their seeds are brightly colored, usually red. Cycads, Ginkgo, conifers and gnetes are gymnosperms, i.e, they possess naked seeds which are borne in an exposed position on the ... to Next Page for an explanation of pollen grain development. Return to Main Menu Division Pinophyta

Subdivision Gneticae
Subdivision Gneticae Subdivision Gneticae Class Gnetopsida The three representative Orders are a heterogeneous group of some 70 species. Unique among the gymnosperms for having vessels in the xylem. Order Ephderales - Ephedra Order Gnetales - Gnetum Order Welwitschiales - Welwitschia Return to Main Menu Division Pinophyta
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The Cycad Pages
... "gymnosperms". The "gymnosperms" are all ancient seed plants, many now extinct, but with four major groups living today. These are the cycads (Cycadophyta), the Welwitschia group (Gnetophyta), the conifers (Pinophyta ... status to the flowering plants (Angiosperms or Magnoliophyta). Although the four groups of "gymnosperms" are very different from one another in appearance they all produce naked ovules ...

Non-Flowering Plant Families, UH Botany
... | Gleicheniaceae | Polypodiaceae | Thelypteridaceae | Pteridaceae | GYMNOSPERMS (PINOPHYTA - CYCADOPHYTINA) Cycadaceae | Zamiaceae GYMNOSPERMS (PINOPHYTA - GINKGOOPHYTINA) Ginkgoaceae | GYMNOSPERMS (PINOPHYTA - PINOPHYTINA) Araucariaceae | Cupressaceae | Pinaceae | Podocarpaceae | Taxaceae | Taxodiaceae | GYMNOSPERMS (PINOPHYTA - GNETOPHYTINA) Ephedraceae | Gnetaceae | Welwitschiaceae | Plant ...

Dinosaur Garden Plants
... Pines Images 1 New Caledonia Isle of Pines Images 2 MBG Flora Diversity New Caledonia Gymnosperms of New Caledonia Fauna & Flora of New Caledonia Jane's New Caledonia Home Page UCMP ... of Reed Index of Coniferaes Growing Process of Tropical Trees Mesozoic Plants Giant Sequoia Phylum Pinophyta Arecaceae Palm family Australian Botany pages Yale Selected Resources for Botany Center for Plant Conservation ...

Internet Directory for Botany: Vascular Plant Families
... Troia. John Knouse on Ferns and Fern Allies. Clasification, bibliography, lcoal checklists etc. GYMNOSPERMS The Ancient Bristlecone Pine. Facts about the more than 4,700-year-old ... Database. Descriptions, ranges, ecological, taxonomic and ethnobotanical data for all taxa of the gymnosperms (Division Pinophyta). Webmaster Christopher J. Earle, Seattle, Washington, USA. A Key to Gingkos Survival ...

... Podocarpaceae - The Podocarp Family Taxaceae - The Yew Family Taxodiaceae - The Cypress Family Glossary Back to Pinophyta - The Gymnosperms

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