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Ch. 5 science14

Some plants have one large root called a BLANK with many roots growing out from it. Taproot
BLANK are taproots that store extra food made by the plant. Carrots
BLANK are roots that store water Carrots
Describe two 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 the plant.
Plants with stems that are green and easy to bend are called BLANK. Herbaceous
BLANK BLANK open and close a leaf's stomata. Guard Cells
Process through which plants make glucose. Photosynthesis
Process by which cells break down glucose with the release of energy. Cellular Respiration
Created by: cquitter14