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ZScience ch 4

The vocabulary words for chapter 4 in the Bacteria to Plants book

photosynthesis useing carbon dioxide gass and water to make food
tissue groups of simmilar cells that preform a specific function in an organism
chloroplast are the structure in which food is made
vacoule large storage sac that can expand and shrink
cuticle a waxy water proof layer that covers most plants and leaves
vascular tissue tubelike structure that transports water minerals and food
fertilization when a sperm and an egg cell unite
zygote what the fertilized egg is called
nonvascular plant they do not have a system of tubes in them adn they donot have roots to absorb water
vascular plant plants with true vascular tissue
chlorophil a green pigment
sporophyte the stage of the plant when the plant produces spores
gametophyte when the plant produces two kinds of sex cells
transmission materials that alow light to pass through them
reflection when llight hits a shiny surface and it bounces back
absorption when dark objects take in light
accsessory pigments these pigments absorb differant colors than normal pigments
fronds ferns leaves
rhizoids thin rootliek structure
bog a type of wetland
peat a blackish brown material and there are large deposits of it in North America, Asia, and Europe
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