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angiosperms A vascular plant that has flowers
stamen The male part of a flower
anther The knoblike structure at the top a stamen;produces pollen
pistil female part of the flower
ovary the bottom of the pistil
stigma is the sticky tip of the pistil
Zygote a fertilized egg
Fruit the part of the of a plant that has seeds
Cotyledons the tiny seed leaves of the embryo;store food for seeds
Ovules places where eggs are produced
binary fission a method of asexual reproduction in which a parent cell is an indentpendent organism
budding a method of reproduction in which a new organism develops on the parent organism and grows until it is able to survive on its own
fragmentation a form of asexual reproduction in which an organism breaks into many fragments
regeneration a method of asexual reproduction in which a new organism can grow from a piece of the parent organism
vegetation reproduction a method of reproduction in which a part of the plant that normally is not involved in reproduction grows into a new plant
atom smallest piece of an element
covalent bond bonding that happens when atoms share pairs of electrons
element substance with only one kind of atom
ion an atom that gains or loses electorns