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BC: Written and Edited By, Sophia Crucs Clara McCourt Julia Lisco Grace Mrozek-McCourt

FC: Plantae | by, Sophia, Grace, Clara, and Julia

1: http://people.uvawise.edu/swvaflora/Filicophyta.htm http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1O6-Sphenophyta.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthophyta http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecology/coniferophyta.htm http://www.crescentbloom.com/plants/Classis/default.htm http://www2.sluh.org/bioweb/apbio/apclassoutlines/ol_plant_structure_and_adaptation.htm http://library.thinkquest.org/28751/review/plants/6.html http://answers.askkids.com/Life_on_Earth/What_do_Plants_Eat | SOURCES

2: PHOTOS

4: Some Phyla under this kingdom are: Filicophyta, Sphenophyta,Bryophyta, Ginkophyta, Coniferophyta, Anthophyta, Filicophyta- Known as Ferns, one of largest branches of plants Sphenophyta- a kingdom of tracheophyte plants Bryophyta- division of plants that don't flower Ginkgophyta- phylum of sea plants Coniferophyta- made of evergreen trees and shrubs Antophyta-plants with flower-like structures

5: The classes under this kingdom are: | Bryopsida Cycadopsida Ephedropsida Equisetopsida Ginkgoopsida Gnetopsida Hepaticopsida Isoetopsida Liliopsida Lycopodiopsida Magnoliopsida Ophioglossopsida Pinopsida Piperopsida Polypodiopsida Psilotopsida Ranunculopsida Rosopsida Welwitschiopsida | Magnoliopsida Ophioglossopsida Pinopsida Piperopsida Polypodiopsida Psilotopsida Ranunculopsida Rosopsida Welwitschiopsida | Magnoliopsida Ophioglossopsida Pinopsida Piperopsida Polypodiopsida Psilotopsida Ranunculopsida Rosopsida Welwitschiopsida

6: Adaptation: -in the desert, plants do not require a lot of water or energy -in the grasslands, plants can resist fire and absorb nutrients from the deep part of the soil. - in the rainforest, plants can get nutrients from the top of the soil | Habitats Plants live in rivers, bogs, the seaside, mountains, woodlands,

7: Structure: Has root system, shoot system, stems, leaves, and buds.

8: REPRODUCTION: Plants reproduce asexually using budding, rhizoids, and fragmentation. Plants reproduce sexually by transferring pollen and forming an embryo.

9: FEEDING HABITS: Plants are autotrophs. They feed themselves using photosynthesis to turn carbon monoxide into sugar.

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