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Plant Kingdom


organism living thing
cell membrane flexible wrapping around animal cells
cell unit of living things
unicellular a organism made of a single cell
multicellular a organism made of more than one cell
organelles basic structures of a cell
cytoplasm gel-like liquid
nucleus cell's control center
mitochondria membrane-covered organelles
vacuole membrane-covered structure
cell wall outer covering of the cell
chloroplasts the food plants make for themselves
chlorophyll a chemical
tissue the same cells working together at the same task
organ tissues working together
organ system organs that work together to do a task
classification groups according to shared characteristics
kingdom the broadest group a organism is classified in
species the narrowest group of a organism
vertebrate a animal with a backbone
invertebrate a animal without a backbone
vascular contains tubes or vessels
non vascular plants that don't have a vascular tissue
gymnosperm a seed plant that does not make a flower
vascular system a series of hollow tubes
seed contains a undeveloped plan,stored food,and a covering
spore a single cell that can develop into a new plant
angiosperm a seed plant that produces flowers
root a part of the plant that absorbs water and stores food and anchors the plant
root hair a threadlike projection from a plant root
root cap covers the tip of the root
epidermis the part of the root that has root hairs and absorbs
cortex stores food and nutrients
aerial roots that never touch the ground
fibrous thin,branching roots that grow in wide areas
tap roots a singe main stalk-like root with small roots growing out of it
prop roots they provide support for the plant
bark a tough outer covering that is a protective layer
xylem a bunch of tubes that move water and minerals, but only upward
phloem moves sugar that are made in the plants leaves to another part of a plant
cambium where phloem and xylem cells are made
Created by: kgreene10