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Plants Lessons 1-2

Plant vocabulary

TermDefinition
Spore A single cell that can develop into a new plant that produced it
Angiosperm A seed plant that produces flowers
Gymnosperm A seed plant that does not produce flowers
seed an undeveloped plant with stored food inside a protective coat
pollination the movement of pollen to the seed-making part of a flower
xylem tissue that moves water and minerals up from the roots
phloem tissue that moves food (sugar)from the leaves to other parts of a plant
cambium a layer of cells that makes xylem and phloem
photosynthesis how a plant changes raw materials into food in the presence of sunlight
non-vascular plants no roots, stems or leaves
vascular plants there are roots, stems and leaves
capsule it is filled with thousands of spores
transport system a system in the plant that moves water, minerals, and sugars throughout the plant
evergreens these plants are vascular, no flowers, and stay green all year long; pine trees
Created by: Sugarcoat