Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Plants without Seeds and Plants with Seeds

Last week we examined closely how seedless plants get nutrients and transport them in their tissues to produce energy.  We looked closely at the structures that have helped them to adapt on land after comparing them to ancestral forms of algae. We compared and contrasted mosses and ferns in lab, both of whom use spores for reproduction.  On Friday, we started growing our own seed plants.

This week we are looking at the germinated sprouts and examining what is in a seed!  Bring your curiosity and powers of observation to class daily!

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