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Science: plant test

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Function of roots absorb water and nutrients and anchor the plant
Pollination when pollen moves from the male part of the flower to the female part of another plant
Function of stem allows water to reach the leaves and food to reach the roots
Job of flower reproduction
germination process by which the embryo inside a seed begins to grow
Needs of living things homeostasis, water, energy,living space
CO2 enters a plant through... the leaves
Flowers with tall stamen and dull petals are pollinated by... wind
Fertilization the joining of a sperm cell and an egg cell in the ovary
Transpiration the movement of wator vapor out of a plant
pollen produces produce sperm cells
stomata are located on the leaves
embryo a fertilized egg
when a seed germinates, what emerges first roots
characteristics of all plants multicellular, cells with a nucleus & cell wall, producer
plant part that produces sperm cells stamen
plant part that produces egg cells ovary
sperm is located in the... pollen
homeostasis stable internal conditions
angiosperm a plant that produces flowers and fruit
gymnosperm a plant that produces seeds, but not flowers
fern a vascular plant that produces spores not seeds
nonvascular plant mosses and liverwort
reproductive structure of a conifer pine cone
3 animal pollinators bees, bats, hummingbirds
xylem vascular tissue that carries water and nutrients up from the roots
phloem vascular tissue that carries food down from the leaves
on our plants, the pods are... fruit
inside our pods... seeds
a seed contains a ... young plant
a seed is enclosed in a seed coat
the seed coat prevents water loss
a young plant is called an embryo
the seed is made mostly of stored nutrients
is a seed living yes, it contains a young plant
place in order: flowers, roots, fruit, 2 leaves, more than 2 leaves roots, 2 leaves, more than 2 leaves, flowers, then fruit
can plants produce fruit without flowers? NO!
what happens when animal pollinators are reduced? less fruit
does a plant die if the main stem is broken? yes, the leaves can't get water and the roots can't get food
do some plants reproduce sexually? yes, sperm and egg cells unite
male reproductive part of a plant stamen
part of the female reproductive structure where egg cells form ovary
structure that protects the developing flower sepals
female reproductive part of a plant pistil
flower structure that attract insects petals
tip of the pistil stigma
tip of the stamen anther
function of stomata allow substances to enter and leave the plant
Created by: naumanan16