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gymnosperm a seed that produces naked seeds
cone gymnosperms reproduc. struct.
ovule a struct. that contains an egg cell
pollination the transfer of pollen from male to female
angiosperm group of seed plants
flower reproduct. struct. of an angiosperm
sepal leaflike struct.
petal colorful parts of the flower
stamen female reproduc. parts
pistil male reproduc. parts
ovary hollow struct.; protects seeds
fruit ripened ovaries that contain a bunch of seeds
monocot angiosperms and have one seed leaf
dicot produces two seed leaves
Created by: s732094