Plant Classification Briana Maria Varga Grade 6, Block F
Good morning class! Today we will talk about the plant classification.
The plants classify in two major groups vascular and nonvarscular plants.
Vascular plants are plants that use specialized tissue for transporting food and water to different areas in the plant. Examples of vascular plants include trees, flowers, grasses and vines. Vascular plants have a root system, a shoot system and a vascular system.
The vascular plants are divided in two groups, plants with seeds and seedless.
Vascular Plants With Seeds
Plants with seeds have two groups, angiosperms and gymnosperms. Angiosperms are the flowering plants. Their seeds develop inside a female reproductive part of the flower, called the ovary, which usually ripens into a protective fruit.