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Characteristics of the living state
Autotrophic and heterotrophic nutrition
General features of the plant kingdom
Structure of the phototrophic cell
Origin of the eukaryotic condition
Evolutionary consequences of photosynthesis
The mobility of plants
Life cycles
Life cycles of the transmigrant forms
Sexual reproduction in later terrestrial vegetation
Classification of the chlorophyllous phototrophs
Biological features of algae
The subkingdom Algae:Part 1
Prokaryotic forms
CYANOPHYTA (CYANOBACTERIA)
Eukaryotic forms
RHODOPHYTA
Bangiophycidae
Florideophycidae
Life histories of the Rhodophyta
Relationships of the Rhodophyta
Algae containing chlorophylls aand b
PROCHLOROPHYTA
The subkingdom Algae:Part 2
CHLORACHNIOPHYTA
CHLOROPHYTA
Prasinophyceae
Chlorophyceae
Ulvophyceae
Charophyceae
EUGLENOPHYTA
Algae containing chlorophylls aand c
CHRYSOPHYTA
The subkingdom Algae:Part 3
XANTHOPHYTA
BACILLARIOPHYTA
PHAEOPHYTA
HAPTOPHYTA
DINOPHYTA
CRYPTOPHYTA
Evolutionary trends within the algae
Aquatic habitat and evolutionary change
Antiquity of the algae
Evolution of the vegetative thallus
Evolution of sexual reproduction
Life histories of algae
Importance of the algae in the evolution of plants
General features of the bryophytes
BRYOPHYTA
Marchantiopsida (liverworts)
Bryopsida (mosses)
Relationships of the bryophytes
Origin
Evolutionary relationships
Early fossil land plants of simple construction
“Protracheophytes” and “rhyniophytoids”
General features of the tracheophytes
TRACHEOPHYTA
Rhyniopsida
Tracheophytes with lateral sporangia (Lycophytina)
Zosterophyllopsida
Lycopodiopsida
Tracheophytes with terminal sporangia (Euphyllophytina)
Trimerophytopsida
TRACHEOPHYTES WITH TERMINAL SPORANGIA (EUPHYLLOPHYTINA) 161
Equisetopsida
Polypodiopsida (ferns)
Extinct orders of ferns
The Zygopteridales
The Coenopteridales
Existing orders of ferns
The Marattiales
The Psilotales
The Osmundales
The Polypodiales
Primitive ovulate plants and their precursors (Progymnospermopsida)
SPERMATOPHYTINA (seed plants):GYMNOSPERMS
Early radiospermic gymnosperms
Lyginopteridopsida (Pteridospermopsida)
Platyspermic gymnosperms and pine relatives
Pinopsida
Ginkgoopsida
Cycadopsida
Gnetopsida
Gymnospermy as an evolutionary grade
SPERMATOPHYTINA (cont.): ANGIOSPERMS (flowering plants)
Magnoliopsida and Liliopsida
The emergence of the angiosperms
Evolution of morphological features within the angiosperms
Recent evolution within families and genera
The main trends of angiosperm evolution
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Biology - Green Plants - Their Origin and Diversity, 2nd Ed

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