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Science Chapter A2

Science study cards

Vocab WordDefinition
Germinate To sprout and begin to develop into a seedling
Seedling The new plant that develops from an embryo and has roots, a stem, and leaves
Pistil The central part in a flower where seeds form
Petals The brightly colored part of a flower that helps attract birds, bees, and other insects to the flower
Stamen The part of a flower that produces pollen, which is needed to form seeds
Pollen The powdery grains in a flower; they must be carried from a stamen to a pistil in order for seeds to form
Pollination The process by which pollen reaches a pistil
Fruit The part of a flower that forms around a seed
cone The part of a conifer that produces pollen or seeds
scale A cone’s woody part on which seeds grow
Seed coat The part of a seed that protects the plant embryo
Embryo An animal or plant in the earliest stages of its development
Created by: howard47