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AR Plant Sci U4

AR Plant Science Unit 4

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a plant that completes its life cycle in one growing season annual
a condition created by hormones in the apical meristem that prevents lateral buds from developing apical dominance
a plant that completes its life cycle in two growing seasons biennial
part of plant cell containing green pigment to trap light energy for photosynthesis chloroplasts
seed leaves on an embryo cotyledon
a class of flowering plants where two cotyledon’s are found dicot
a pair of cells that regulate the opening and closing of the stomata guard cells
a plant whose stem has little or no woody tissue; a soft-stem plant herbaceous
the area between two nodes internode
buds located along the sides of stems where the leaves are attached lateral bud
plant part consisting of a stipule, petiole, and blade leaf
large broad part of the leaf leaf blade
a class of flowering plants where two cotyledon’s are found monocot
portion of the stem that is swollen or slightly enlarged that gives rise to buds node
a plant that completes its life cycle in more than two years perennial
the leaf stalk, connecting structure between leaf blade and plant stem petiole
the process by which green plants convert solar energy into stored chemical energy photosynthesis
the plant tissue that transports food made in the leaves down to the roots for storage phloem
an area of biology that deals with processes that occur in living organisms physiology
the process in which plants take in oxygen and give off carbon dioxide respiration
the underground part of the plant which stores food and absorbs moisture and minerals from the ground root
the main trunk of a plant stem
an opening or pore in the leaf that allows for the exchange of oxygen, carbon dioxide, and water vapor (stomata –pl) stoma
the large bud at the tip of a twig terminal bud
the movement of water vapor through a stoma out of a plant transpiration
the plant tissue that transports food, moisture, and nutrients up from the roots xylem
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