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Study leaf cell cross section. Study leaf cell cross section.
How do roots help plants? (three part answer) They anchor them, collect nutrients and water from the ground and could store food or water.
What are the two kinds of stems? Herbaceous Stems- soft and green Woody stems- hard and rigid
Stems _______ branches, leaves and flowers. Support
What produces new xylem and phloem cells? Cambium
Study the Monocot and Dicot seeds. Study the Monocot and Dicot seeds.
Very small plants have ________ rather than roots. Rhizoids
What is water absorbed through? The cell walls
Nonvascular plants grow in what kind of environments? Damp
Do nonvascular plants reproduce through seeds or spores? Spores
What is a pioneer species? Organisms that are the first to grow in a new or disturbed area and they change the environmental conditions so bigger plants can come in and survive,
True or False. Palm trees are the largest group of seedless vascular plants. False. Ferns are the largest group of seedless vascular plants.
What are fern leaves called? Fronds
How do ferns reproduce? Spores on the back of their fronds.
Created by: Facedesk