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December 17 TEST

Plant and Plant Reproduction Test Vocabulary

organisms that produce their own food autotrophs
waxy protective layer on leaves that prevents water loss cuticle
plants that do not have tubelike structures to move materials through their bodies nonvascular
tubelike structures that move water through a plant xylem
tubelike structures that move food through a plant phloem
threadlike structures that anchor a moss in the ground rhizoids
a waterproof reproductive cell that can grow into a new plant spore
organisms that are the first to grow in disturbed areas pioneer species
plant part where the food-making process occurs leaves
angiosperm with one cotyledon monocot
angiosperm with two cotyledons dicot
small structure produced by the stamen that holds the sperm cell pollen
the reproductive structure of an angiosperm flower
the reproductive structure of a gymnosperm cone
the male reproductive organ in a flower stamen
the female reproductive organ in a flower pistil
an immature plant inside a protective covering seed
a seed leaf that stores food cotyledon
vascular plants that produce naked seeds gymnosperm
plant that has tubelike structures to move materials through its body vascular plant
knobbed tip of the stamen that holds pollen anther
leaflike structures that protect the developing flower bud sepal
vascular plant structures that absorb water from the ground roots
a plant's growth response to light phototropism
a plant's growth response to water hydrotropism
a plant's growth response to physical contact (touch) thigmotropism
a plant' growth response to gravity geotropism
Created by: lewisch