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Plants

TermDefinition
Leaf site of photosynthesis
Root anchors plants & absorbs water and minerals
Stomata openings in the leaf that allow exchange of gases
Transpiration water loss in a plant through stomata
Shoot (Stem) contains vascular tissue to TRANSPORT water and nutrients throughout plant
xylem a type of vascular tissue that moves water upward from roots to leaves
phloem a type of vascular tissue that moves nutrients and sugar downward from leaves to roots
flower reproductive structure of an angiosperm
pistil female reproductive part of flower
stigma sticky top for pollen grains to land on
style tube for pollen to extend from stigma to ovary
ovary contains ovules and will develop into fruit
ovules female gamete of plant; same as eggs in humans
stamen male reproductive part of plant
gamete sex cell
anther produces the pollen in the plant
filament supports the anther
pollen male gamete of plant; same as sperm in humans
tropism response of a plant to an environmental stimulus
phototropism response to light
geotropism/gravitropism response to gravity
thigmotropism response to touch
Created by: JMHSBIO