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Pteridophytes

Pteridophytes

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Published by: tapas kundu on Aug 07, 2012
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Chapter 29Plant Diversity I:How Plants Colonized Land
 
I. Overview of land plant evolutionA. Four main groups of land plants
Groups are distinguished from algae by reproduction (lifecycle) that involves the development of a multicellularembryo attached to the mother plant for its protection andnourishment.
 
B. Charophyceans are the green algae most closely relatedto land plants.
 
1. Both charophyceans and land plants are multicellular,eukaryotic, photoautotrophs.2.
Both have “rosette cellulose
-synthesizing
complexes”.
Rosette cellulose-synthesizing complexesare rose-shaped arrays of proteins that synthesize thecellulose components that make up plant cell walls.3.Presence of peroxisome enzymes.4.Both have similarly flagellated sperm5.Both use phragmoplasts when creating cell plates.

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