Cell type: The cell type is eukaryotic.

Body type: The plants cell's body type is multicellular

Cell wall: The plant cell's cell wall is composed of cellulose

Nutrition: The plant cell's nutrition is autotroph.

Four Types of plants
Pollen: Pollun can be carried by the wind or animals. Each pollen grain contains cells that will divide to form sperm.

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Stomata: Stomata are small opening in the cuticle that allow for gas exchange between the plant and the atomosphere.

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Lignin: Tough lignin is found in the cell walls of plant tissues that provide support and conduct fluids.

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Vascular system: Vascular tissues form "pipelines" that carry resoures up and down to different parts of the plant.

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Plant vs. human
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Bryophyta(Mosses) - Nonvascular plants
Hepatophyta(Liverworts) - Nonvascular plants named for the liver-shaped gametophyte
Anthocerotophyta(Hornworts) - Nonvascular plants named for the visible hornlike structures with which they reproduce
Lycophyta(Club mosses) - Seedless vascular plants.
Pterophyta(Ferns) - Seedless vascular plants.
Cycadophyta(Cycads) - Reproduce wuth seeds produces in large cones
Ginkgophyta(Ginkgo biloba) - Only species in phylum, a tree often planted in urban enviroments.
Coniferophyta(Conifers) - Reproduce with seeds produced in cones.
Anthophyta(Flowering plants) - Reproduces with seeds produced in flowers