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Exploring Creation with Botany

Botany the study of plants
Biology the study of living things
Biologist People who study biology
Astrobiologist Astronauts who study living things
Phylum smaller groups of plants inside the kingdom Plantae
Classification Process of placing things into groups
Taxonomy the process of dividing plants up into different groups and naming each group
Binomial nomenclature assigning two names
Vascular plants have tubes that carry liquid inside the plant
Xylem tubes that carry water and chemicals up the plant
Phleom Tubes that carry sugar and other chemicals down through the plant
Angiosperms Plants with seeds that have containers
Gymnosperms Seeds that are not covered
Anthophyta flower-making plants
Dormant to sleep
Embryo growing baby inside the plant
Testa shell or coating of a seed
Hilum "belly button", where the seed is attached to the plant
Cotyledons provides food for the embryo once it opens and the embryo starts growing into a plant
Endosperm food that is absorbed into the cotyledons
Radicle Embryo's root, grows into the plants roots
Hypocotyl Will become the plants stem
Epicotyl top of the embryo, holds the plumule
Plumule first true leaves of the plant
Germination the process of the seed opening and growing into a plant
Consumers Things that consume other parts of God's creation to live
Producers things that produce their own food
Created by: housefulto10