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Plants Vocabulary

Cuticle a waxy, protective layer secreted by cell onto the surface of a plant
Cellulose a chemical compound that plants make out of sugar
Vascular Plants have thread-like structures that carry nutrients and water throughout the plant
Non-Vascular Plants do NOT have thread-like tubes and use other ways to carry water and nutrients throughtout the plant
Rhizoids thread-like tubes
Pioneer Species an organism are the first to grow into a new or disturbed area
Stomata a small opening on the surface of a plant, that allow carbon dioxide to enter
Guard Cell two cells that help the stomata open and close
Xylem tissue that is made up of tubular cells stacked up one on top of the other to form a structure called a vessel
Phloem a plant tissue made up of tubular cells that are stacked to form structures called tubes
Cambium a tissue that produces most of the new xylem and phloem cells
Gymnosperms vascular plants that produce seeds that are not protected by fruit
Angiosperms a vascular plant that flowers and produces fruit with one or more seeds
Monocots have one cotyledon inside thier seeds
Dicots have two cotyledon inside their seeds
Created by: ecalbean.clm