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Chap. 1 les. 3 and 4

transpiration the loss of water through a plant's leaves
vascular Contains tubes or vessels
photosynthesis the process of making food 3 raw materials: water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide.
cellular respiration the energy is released when cells use oxygen to break down sugars in the process of ______.
xylem is a series of tubes that moves water and minerals up the stem.
nonvascular plants that do not have vascular tissue.
cortex is the layer located right under the epidermis.
angiosperm is a seed plant that does not produce a flower.
gymnosperm is a seed plant that produces flowers.
roots function: absorb water and minerals, store food, and anchor the plant.
stems function: to provide support, and serve as a transport system. types: soft and woody
cambium separates the xylem and phloem
phloem moves sugars that are made in the plant's leaves to other parts of the plant.
epidermis is related to the root and it is the outer layer of the root.
asymmetrical body plan that cannot be divided into mirror images.
radial symmetry is a body plan in which all parts of an organism are arranged around a central point.
marsupial is a pouched mammal.
placental mammal is a mammal that developed inside its mother.
bilateral symmetry is a body plan in which an organism can be divided along only one plane of their body to produce 2 mirror images.
monotreme is a mammal that lays eggs.
aerial roots roots above the ground.
Created by: lrandolph2002