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Science Plants

embryo Tiny plant inside a seed
germinate to sprout
grafting A form of artificial reproduction that can produce desirable characteristics
stamens The male parts of a flower
cotyledons structures where food is stored in seeds
vegetative propagation A form of asexual reproduction in plants; reproduction without seeds
tissue culture Process of growing plants artificially in laboratories
pistil The female part of a flower
seedling Plant stage when a germinated seed begins growing and making its own food
fertilization The joining of a male reproductive cell with a female reproductive cell
ovary The part of a flower that contains the eggs
tropism A plant's response to a stimulus
epidermis The outer layer of cells of a leaf
cellular respiration Process by which cells release energy from food in order to carry on life processes
phototropism A plant's response to light
palisade layer The layer of cells in a leaf where most photosynthesis occurs
photosynthesis The process by which plants make food
gravitropism A plants response to gravity
Created by: chicharrona