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Chapter 3 Review

Chapter Review

A single reproductive cell that can grow into a new plant spore
tissue that carries food from a plant's leaves to its cells phloem
to sprout germinate
process by which plants make food photosynthesis
a plant that has naked seeds gymnosperm
a material that supports a plant and conducts nutrients vascular tissue
tissue that carries water and nutrients from the roots to every part of the plant xylem
what is not true about vascular plants they are much smaller than nonvascular plants
a flowering plant, which has seeds protected by a fruit angiosperm
How do nutrients move through nonvascular plants? from cell to cell
what must happen to pollen grains for pollination to occur? they must get to the STIGMA of the flower.
Created by: kgillsmith