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8.4 Science Vocab

gymnosperm seed plant that produces naked seeds.
cone reproductive structures in gymnosperms.
ovule structure that contains an egg cell.
pollination transfer of pollen from a male reproductive structure to a female reproductive structure.
angiosperm group of seed plants; flowering plants.
sepal leaf-like structures that enclose a flower when it is still a bud.
petal when the sepals fold back, they reveal the flower's colorful, leaf-like structures.
stamen male reproductive part.
pistil female reproductive part.
ovary hollow structure that protects the seeds as they develop.
fruit a ripened ovary and other structures that enclose one or more seeds.
monocot angiosperms that have one seed leaf.
dicot angiosperms that have two seed leaves.
flower reproductive structure of an organism.
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