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AR Plant Sci U6&7

AR Plant Science Units 6 & 7

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the basic unit of life containing living material bound by a membrane cell
substances that promote, inhibit, or modify plant growth growth regulator
the area between two nodes internode
portion of the stem that is swollen or slightly enlarged that gives rise to buds node
the response of plants to light photoperiodism
a hormone used to enhance production of roots on a cutting rooting hormone
process in which the sperm cell joins the egg cell fertilization
growth of a new plant from a seed germination
offspring from genetically different parents; produced through human manipulation hybrid
the part of the flower that contains one or more ovules ovary
the part of the ovary where eggs are produced and seeds develop ovule
the part of the flower which produces male sex cells pollen
the transfer of pollen from the male to female part of the flower pollination
plant reproduction; increasing the number of plants using sexual and asexual means propagation
the fertilized, mature ovule of a plant; consist of three major parts: seed coat, embryo, and stored food seed
reproducing plants from seed, which result from the union of male and female sex cells sexual propagation
the breaking down of a seed coat to encourage germination scarification
the process of a seed going through a time of cold temperature before it germinates stratification
stigma—pistil where pollen is collected stigma
Created by: charissamoore