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Chapter 4 test

Chapter 4 scince test on 1/23/09

Plant that absorbs water htrough the cell walls instead of a tube-like structure. Nonvascular Plant
sex cells formed by meiosis with only half fo the chromosomes haploids
plants releade these into their surrounding to produce offspring zygote
the joining of two haploid cells begins this stage sporophyte
when and egg and sperm combine fertilization
depending on the species of plant, these organs can be on the same or different plants reproductive
after fertilization, this plant produces berries holly plant
this stage is begun when cells in reproductive organs undergo meisosis and produce haploid cells gametophyte
have a full set of chromosomes diploid cells
somtheirn all orgnisms have in common life style
fern leaves are called: fronds
reproductive cells undergo meiousis and produce haploid cells called spores
underground stem rhizome
a small, green, heart-shaped gametophyte plant prothallus
fern spores are produced in sturctures called: sori
in seed plants, some spores develop into small structures called: pollen grains
the transfer of pollen grains to hte female part of the plant is called: pollnation
The egg is produced in the: ovule
is the male rproductive organ stamen
is the female reproductive organ pistil
is the swollen base of the pistil where the ovules are found ovary
a series of event that results in the growth of a plant from a seed is called: germination
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