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Plant Test #2

vascular plant that uses seeds to reproduce, but the seeds are located in a cone gymnosperm
transport food from the leaves down to the rest of the plant phloem
the most common nonvascular plant that does not have true stems,true leaves or true roots moss
transports water to the top of a plant xylem
most common type of gymnosperm that produces cones and is common used as Christmas trees conifers
group of flowering plants that reproduce with seeds that are protected within a fruit angiosperm
the tiny plant and true leaves that are inside a seed embryo
Are trees vascular or nonvascular? vascular
Which group of plants have cones very skinny needles? gymnosperms
For a plant to produce seeds, the pollen grains MUST get to what part of the flower pistil
Ferns, gymnosperms and angiosperms are types of __________________ plants vascular
Which group of plants mainly reproduce with seeds? angiosperms
Angiosperms are ______________ plants. vascular
_____________ plants have xylem and phloem. vascular
All angiosperms have _____________. flowers
What type of plants are mosses, liverworts and hornworts? nonvascular
Do all angiosperms produce fruit? yes
Do all angiosperms make food using sunlight? yes
Mosses can live only in places that are moist
The female part of a flower is the pistil
the male part of a flower is the stamen
Is a daisy a vascular or nonvascular plant? vascular
Is moss a vascular or nonvascular plant? nonvascular
Are trees vascular or nonvascular plants? vascular
movement of pollen from the stamen to the pistil pollination
For pollination to take place, polen must leave the ______ and land on the pistil of a flower. stamen
Seeds begin to form in the bottom of the flower's ___________. pistil
part of the seed that surrounds the embryo and provides food for it while it germinates cotyledon
__________ cones become sticky so that the pollen will pollinate it female
Pollen is produced by the _________ cones of gymnosperms male
these types of plants must absoreb water and nutrients directly form the soil or air nonvascular plants
have tissues that carry water, nutrients and food to the rest of the plant vascular plants
the turning of a plant toward or away form something in their environment tropism
plants turning away or towards sunlight phototropism
a plant's response to gravity gravitropism
Is it more important for a seed to have warmth or sunlight in order for it to germinate? warmth
the one thing you change in an experiment IV
to gather information using your five senses observe
the results that you measure after you carry out the experiment DV
anything that can affect your topic and affect your results variable
to make a good guess based on your observations and background knowledge infer
Fruits are classified by how their seeds are arrange and by _____________. how many seeds they have
these can form a new plant, but they are very tiny and do not have their own food source spore
Do humans get most of their food from gymnosperms or angiosperms? angiosperms
What part of the plant cells uses sunlight in order to make food for the plant cell? chloroplast
means naked seed gymnosperm
means seed in a container angiosperm
Created by: Cabrini