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plant repo-michael w

spore reproductive cell that has w waterproof wall and can make another organism or cell.
gametophyte stage plant lifecycle that begins when a cell produces another cell.
sporophyte stage a plant life-cycle the begins when a cell fertilizes an egg cell.
frond leaf of a fern that grows from the rhizome.
sori fern structures in which spores are produced.
rhizome underground stems.
prothallus a green, heart shaped plant form of a fern that absorbs nutrients.
pollen grain made by male flowers, devolpes from spores and produces another plant.
pollination transfers pollen grains to a female part with water or wind, gravity, or the movement of animals.
ovary swolen base of an angiosperms pistil where egg-productive ovules are found.
pistil female part used for reproduction that contains a sticky stigma.
ovule in seed plants the female reproductive part that produces eggs.
stamen male reproductive organ in a flower that produces pollen.
germination series of events that results in the growth of a plant from a seed.
Created by: michael walters