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phloem vascular tissue which food moves
xylem water and minerals travel through vascular tissue
pollen tiny structures that contain cells tat will later become sperm cells
seed structure that contains a young plant inside a protective covering
embryo young plant that develops from the zygote, or fertilized egg
cotyledons seed leaves
germination embryo begins to go and pushes out of the seed
root cap rounded tip of the root that protects the root
cambium layer of cells that divided to make more phloem and xylem
stomata small openings, or pores on leaves
transpiration process by which water evaporates from he leaves
stamen male productive part of a flower
dicot an angiosperm that has two leaves
angiosperm a flowering plant that produces seeds enclosed in a protective covering
cone reproductive structure of a gymnoperm
cambium Layer of cells in a plant that produces new phloem and xylem
monocot angiosperm that only has one seed leaf
pistil female reproductive part of a flower
flower reproductive structure of a angiosperm
pollination transfer of pollen from male reproductive structure to female reproductive structures
sepal a leaf like structure that encloses the bud of a flower
fruit ripened ovary and other structures of an angiosperm that enclose one or more seeds
gymnosperm a plant that produces seeds not enclosed by a fruit
ovule a plant structure in a seed plant that produces the female gametophyte; contains an egg cell
petal a colorful leaflike structure of a flower
ovary a flower structure that encloses and protects the ovule and seeds as they develop
tropism a plants growth response if a plant toward or away from a stimulus
horomone a chemical that affects growth and develop
auxin a plant horomone that speeds up the rate of growth of plant cells
photoperiodism a plant's response to seasonal changes in length of night and day
short-day plant a plant that flowers when the nights are longer than the plant's critical night length
long-day plant a plant that flowers when the nights are shorter than the plant's critical night lengtj
critical night length
day-neutral plant
Created by: asvandenberk