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science lesson

chapter 5 lesson 1

phloem a vascular tissue through which food moves.
xylem a vascular tissue through which water and vitamins moves.
pollen tiny structures that contain cells that will later become sperm cells.
seed a structure that contains a young plant inside a protective covoring.
embryo fertilized egg.
cotyledons one or more seed leaves
germination when fertilized egg begans to grow again and pushes out of the seed.
root cap protects the root from injury of the rocks as the roots grows through the soil.
cambium a layer of cells
stomata pores
transpiration the process in which the water eveporates water.
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