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MONTESSORI BIOLOGY : Division Cycadophyta


Division Cycadophyta

Cycadophytes are often palm-like with
 compound leaves. The cycadophytes
have scaly trunks, because as leaves shed
the base of the leaf remains on the trunk.  

Photosynthesis occurs in the leaves at the
 top of the plant. Cycadophytes bear seeds 
not enclosed in an ovary. Cycadophytes 
usually have unbranched leaves. 

  Cycads have a deep, extensive root system,
and arial roots house cyanobacteria, which
serve as nitrogen-fixes for cycadsStrobili
develop for embryo and pollen production.

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