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Ch 28: Holt McDougal Modern Biology Chapter 28: Plant Evolution and Classification

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  • Characteristics and evolutionary history of plants and fungi
  • Classification of monocot, dicot, vascular and nonvascular plants
  • Qualities and types of nonvascular plants
  • Characteristics and types of vascular plants

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4 Lessons in Chapter 28: Holt McDougal Modern Biology Chapter 28: Plant Evolution and Classification
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The Evolution of Plants and Fungi: Characteristics & Evolutionary History

1. The Evolution of Plants and Fungi: Characteristics & Evolutionary History

The evolution of plants and fungi have both similarities and differences. Discover the evolutionary history and characteristics of plants and fungi in this lesson.

Classification of Vascular, Nonvascular, Monocot & Dicot Plants

2. Classification of Vascular, Nonvascular, Monocot & Dicot Plants

Plants are a unique and essential organism. The two broad classifications of plants are vascular and nonvascular plants, however, there are several more. Explore what makes a plant monocot vs. dicot and a gymnosperm vs. an angiosperm in this lesson.

Nonvascular Plants: Examples, Definition & Characteristics

3. Nonvascular Plants: Examples, Definition & Characteristics

Nonvascular plants lack the system for delivering nutrients inside their bodies and most of these plants include mosses, liverworts, and hornworts. Learn about the definition and characteristics of nonvascular plants, some examples of nonvascular plants, and understand the importance of these plants to the ecosystem.

Vascular Plants: Examples, Types & Characteristics

4. Vascular Plants: Examples, Types & Characteristics

Vascular plants are highly developed plants with vascular vessels to manage food and water. Learn the characteristics and types of vascular plants, and explore examples of how vascular plants function. Review angiosperm, gymnosperm, eudicots, monocots, and vascular vessels.

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