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Cubangbang #122549

Cubangbang's 7th Ch. 12 Plants Stack #122549

Chapter 12 DefinitionChapter 12 Vocab
Region where a leaf is or was attached to a plant Node
Example of a taproot system Carrot
The stalk supporting a dandelion flower would be a Herbaceous stem
Water conducting tissues in leaves; May be parallel or branching in patterns Veins
How many diferrent patterns are there for leaves to be arranged along a stem 3
Plant's cell walls are mainly made of a material called (blank)
Is caused by the presence of water; keeps cells stiff Turgor pressure
Mainly carries water through a plant Xylem
Conducts a sugar solution Phloem
Outermost layer of cells on a leaf Epidermis
Mosses are attached to the by these rootlike structures Rhizoids
Are all nonvasular plants Mosses, Hornworts, Liverworts
Leaves of ferns Fronds
Ferns reproduce by releasing spores
Conifer or cone-bearing tree belongs to this group Gymnosperm
not a characteristic of all plants green color
not a plant organ cellulose
Root system of grass Fibrous
Two leaves attached to a node opposite leaf arrangement
Annual growth ring made of xylem, springwood, summerwood
Nonvascular plants do not contain xylem or phloem
Two main groups of seed plants Gymnosperms & Angiosperms
Angiosperms produce Fruit
What is the minimum number of leaflet a leaf must have to be a compound leaf? 2
Component of plant cell walls cellulose
a chloroplast plastid
a collection of xylem wood
arrangement of xylem & phloem in leaves & nonwoody plants vascular bundles
type of cell that can be used to make rope or cloth fiber
waxy substance secreted by the epidermis Cuticle
region to the outside of the xylem in a tree trunk bark
Produced by the cork cambium Cork
Terms for plants that have water-conducting tissue Vascular
Rootlike anchoring structure of mosses Rhizoid
The plant group that contains true mosses Bryophytes
Another nonvascular plant besides the mosses and liverworts Hornwort
A fern leaf Frond
An immature, coiled fern leaf also known as a fiddlehead Crosier
A plant which has silica in its cell walls Horsetail
The plant group having seeds that are not completely covered Gymnosperms
The plant group known as flowering plants Angiosperms
Are leaves organs? Yes
Are herbaceous stems fixed or flexible? flexible
Do ferns require water for their reproduction? Yes
The structure that attaches the leaf blade to the node Petiole
Created by: jcubangbang