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Ch. 5 Science blake

Epidermis The thin outer layer of cells
Xylem Moves water and minerals to other parts of a plant
Phloem carries sugars made in leaves throughout the plant
small holes that water and gases pass in and out of the plant through stoma
work together to open and close leaf's stoma guard cells
loss of water from the leaf transpiration
Some plants have one large root called with many roots growing out from it tap root
are taproots that store extra food made by the plant carrots
carrots are roots that store water
Describe 2 functions of stems in flowering plants? Stems provide support for the plant as it grows. The stems also have xylem and phloem, which move water,minerals, and glucose through out the plant
Plants with stems that are green and easy to be bend are called Herbaceous
process in which plants make glucose Photosynthesis
process by which cells break down glucose with the release of energy cellular respiration
During plants use light energy from the sun,carbon dioxide from the air,and water from glucose photosynthesis
waxy layer that may cover a leaf and slow water loss cuticle
plant behavior caused by growth toward or away from something in the enviroment Tropism
Some seed plants called produce flowers angiosperms
most seeds develop into a fruit
After fertilization the crosses up and seeds grow within it female cone
Compare and contrast a sore and a seed Spores contain a single cell that grows in to a new plant and a seed contains a multicellular embryo that develops into a new plant
How does the enviroment influence the time at which a seed germinates?How does this help the seed to survive? Seeds need a certain temperature, water and oxygen. If the enviroment is not right seeds won't germinate and the embryo stays inside the seed.
Plant behaviors can result from the plant make chemicals
Created by: Blake R