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chapter 5

living things

phloem The vascular tissue that transports food.
xylem The vascular tissue that transports water and nutrients.
pollen tiny structures that contain the cells that will later become sperm cells
seed a structure which contains a young plant in a protective covering
embryo the young plant that develops from the zygote
cotyledon a seed leaf sometimes stores food
germination when the embryo begins to grow again and pushes out of the seed
root cap protects the the root from injury
cambium Divide to produce new phloem and xylem
stomata The surface layer of the leaf that have small openings
transportation when water evaporates from a leaf
gymnosperms A seed plant that produces naked plants
cone A reproductive structures that are covered with scales
ovule a structure that contains an egg cell
pollination the transfer of pollen from a male to a female reproductive structure
angiosperm A seed plant that produces flowers
flower The reproductive structure of any angiosperm
Sepals Protect the developing flower, often green.
petal colorful leaflike structure
Stamens The males reproductive parts.
Pistil The female reproductive parts, found in the center
ovary Protects the seed as it develops, contains one or more ovules
Fruit A ripened ovary, contains on or more or seeds
Monocots An angiosperm that has one seed leaf
Diocots An angiosperm that has two seed leafs
Created by: eweber