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Science Chapter 3

Science stuff in Chapter 3 PLANTS

Dicot flowering plant with two cotyledons in its seed
xylem tissue of tubular vessels that move water
plolem tissue that moves food from leaves and stems
cambium tissue that produces new xylem and pholem cells
stomata small pores in the leaf surface
guard cells cells that open and close stomata
pioneer species the first plants to grow in new enviornments
cellulose what cell walls are made of
rhizoids moss plants are held in place by rootlike filaments
vasular plants plants that have vessels
cuticle waxy , protective layer on stems and leaves of plants
nonvascular plants lack a tubelike system of vessels.
angiosperm flowering vascular plants with seeds inside a fruit
gymnosperms nonflowering vascular plants that produce seeds on cones
monocot flowering plants with one cotyledon in their seeds
five characteristics of plants roots, stem, seeds, leaves, and vascular tissue
seed plant plant that grows from a seed
examples of gymnosperms lumber, christmas trees, soap, paint, paper, meds, and varnish
Why are most plants green? Green pigment is in most of them.
2 characteristics shared by plants and green algae same chlorophyll, both have carotenoids.
examples of seedless nonvascualr plants mosses, liverworts, hornorts
examples of seedless vascualr plants ferns, club mosses, horsetails
leaves organs of the plant
stems act as an anchor, support branches, leaves, reproductive structures. Food (materials) move between roots through vascualr tissue in stem.
herbaceous stems soft and green
woody stems hard, rigid, woody stems
bryophytes nonvascular plant
pteridophytes seedless vascular plant
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