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science ch 3-plants

Chapter 3-plants

What group of organisms are all multicellular producers? plants
What did the first plants need to be able to do in order to survive? reproduce in water
Why do plants grow in many different (diverse) place? they are able to adapt to their environment
What is a young, undeveloped plant, with its nutrients and protective coating, called? a seed
What is the name for an immature form of a plant that has potential to grow into a new plant? an embryo
What is the process by which green plants convert solar energy to chemical energy? photosynthesis
What is the name for the male part of the flower? the stamen
This is the process in which the stomata controls water loss from the leaf transpiration
This word means "naked seed" in Greek because it has no protection. embryo
This is one the three structures that separate plant from animal cells. cell wall
This is the vascular tissue that takes water up from the roots in the plant xylem
What is the name for the female part of the flower? the pistil
What is the name for the beginning growth or a new plant from a seed or a spore germination
This is the vascular tissue that takes food from the leaves to the rest of the plant. phloem
What is the name for the part of the stamen where pollen is produced? the anther
Mosses use these to reproduce. spores
What is the name for cone-bearing plants like pine trees? conifers
What type plants reproduce with fruits and flowers? angiosperms
What is the purpose of the vascular system in most plants? to carry water and nutrients through the plant
Mosses are nonvascular. What does this prevent them from doing? growing tall
Where does pine tree pollen come from? male pine cones
What is housed inside a flower? the sperm and egg cell of an angiosperm
What is also transported by bees when they collect nectar from flower to flower? pollen
What 2 structures of a leaf keep it from drying out? the cuticle and the stomata
What are 2 functions of the root system? to anchor the plant and collect water and nutrients
Created by: dwall