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Science Ch. 1 Plants

Plants vocabulary from Ch. 1

the layer of tissue just inside the epidermis of a plant’s roots and stems cortex
the outermost layer of such plant parts as roots and leaves epidermis
a thin covering made up of cells that protect the root tip of a plant as it grows into the soil root cap
threadlike projections from a plant root that absorb water and dissolved minerals from the soil root hairs
Tissue through which fool from the leaves moves DOWN through a plant phloem
a layer that separates the xylem from the phloem. The cambium is where new xylem and phloem grow cambium
the green substance found inside the chloroplast in a plant cell that enables the plant to produce food chlorophyll
the part of the plant cell that contains chlorophyll chloroplast
the loss of water through a plant’s leaves transpiration
containing plant tissue through which water moves up and food moves down (plants with stems and trunks are these kinds of plants) vascular
containing no plant tissue through which water and food move up and down (plants like moss, hornwort, and liverwort are examples of these types of plants) nonvascular
members of a kingdom that contains one-celled and many-celled living things that absorb food from their environment fungus
a member of the kingdom that contains one-celled and many-celled living things, some that make food and some that hunt for food protist
one-celled living things that have no nucleus in their cell body bacterium
the food making process in green plants that uses energy from the sun’s light, chlorophyll, carbon dioxide, water, and minerals to make food photosynthesis
the release of energy in both plants and animals from food respiration
one-celled living things that have no nucleus in their cell body bacterium
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