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Grade 4 A-3 Sci. Def

Animal Growth and Adaptation

carbon dioxide A gas breathed out by animals
nutrient Substances
photosynthesis The process by which a plant makes its own food
dormancy State of much lower activity that some plants enter to survive colder weather
transpiration The giving off of water vapor by plants
taproot A plant's single main root that goes deep into the soil
fibrous root Long roots that grow near the surface
germinate To sprout; said of a seed
stamen A flower part that makes pollen
pistil A flower part that collects pollen
pollination Transfer of pollen from a stamen to a pistil by wind or animals
Spore A tiny cell that ferns and fungi use to reproduce
tuber A swollen underground stem
Created by: scscolts