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Reimi Science

epidermis The outer layer of cells of a leaf
palisade layer the layer of cells in a leaf where most photosynthesis occurs
cellular respiration the process by which cells release the energy in food to carry on life processes
tropism a plant's response to a stimulus
gravitropism a plant's response to gravity
fertilization the joining of a male reproductive cell with a female reproductive cell
stamens the male part of a flower
pistil the female part of a flower
photosynthesis the process by which plants make food
phototropism a plant's response to light
vegetative propogation a form of asexual reproduction without seeds
ovary the portion of a flower at the base of the pistil that contains the eggs
embryo the tiny plant inside a seed
cotyledons the structures where food is stored in seeds
germinate to sprout as a seed does
seeding the stage when a germinated seed begins growing and making its own food
grafting a form of artificial reproduction that can produce desirable characteristics in woody plants
tissue culture process that grows plants artificially in laboratories
Created by: joyeuse