Most plants are green, and produce their own food with energy from sunlight. They can be grouped in several ways: by form of growth (trees are tall and have woody stems), by habitats where they are found, or by their scientific classification, or taxonomy.
Classification of PlantsEdit
List of Plants found in Fulton County:
- Division Chlorophyta
- Division Charophyta
- Division Marchantiophyta. Liverworts.
- Division Anthoceratophyta. Hornworts
- Division Bryophyta. Mosses
- Division Lycopodiophyta. Club mosses.
- Division Pteridophyta
- subclass Equisetidae. Horsetails
- subclass Polypodiidae. Ferns
- Division Cycadophyta (not native to Fulton County)
- Division Ginkgophyta (one species, the ginkgo tree)
- Division Pinophyta (pines and related plants)
- Division Gnetophyta (not native to Fulton county)
- Division Magnoliophyta (flowering plants)