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vascular plant that contains transport tubes
Nonvascular plant that does not have transport tubes
Tracheophytes group of plants that has transport tubes
Bryophytes group of plants that do not have tranport tubes
Gymnosperm type of land plant that has uncovered seeds
Conifer tree (gymnosperm) that produces cones and has needlelike leaves
Angiosperm type of vascular,flowering plant
spore repoductive cell in some plants,not a seed
Rhizoid hair-like structure that acts as a root
seed structure that contains a tiny living plant and food for its growth; a reproductive cell
cotyledon leaf-like structure inside a seed that contains food for the developing plant
Monocot flowering plant with one cotyledon, or seed leaf,in its seed
Dicot flowering plant with two cotyledons,or seed leaves in its seed
Embryo the tiny,young plant inside the seed
Seedling small plant that has emerged from a seed
Seed coat protective coating that protects the embryo and cotyledons
Gemination when the seed begins to sprout and grow
roots anchor the plant, absorbs water and minerals, and store food for the plant
fibrous root consists of many thin,branched roots
Created by: harrington sarah