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ransom ch 12

what are the 3 functions of roots? absorb, store, anchor...
the largest group of gymnosperms is conifers
this type of plants have specialized tissues that carry minerals, water and food. vascular
T or F: plants do not make their own food. false
T or F: plants have cells walls. true
a fertilized plant egg grows into a gameotophyte or gymnosperm? gameotophyte
T or F: plants originated from red algae. false
The three parts of a seed are a sporophyte, stored food, and a tough coat
what is a cuticle and what is its purpose? look it up
Pollen is actually dustlike particles of male gameophytes of angiosperms and gymnosperms
this type of root has a main root that grows downward. taproot
this type of root has several branches of roots that spread out. fibrous
what are the characteristics of all plants? look it up
why are seedless vascular plants important to the environment? they help form soil and prevent erosion
what are the functions of stems? support, transport, store...
Created by: kara713