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Plant Reproduction

GD Ch 3

QuestionAnswer
Xylem -tubes that carry water throughout the plant
Phloem -tubes that carry food throughout the plant
Cambium -makes the new xylem & phloem tubes
Leaves -where photosynthesis takes place changing CO2 to Oxygen
Roots -anchors plant & absorbs water & nutrients
Stems -holds up leaves & transports food & water
Embryo -the young plant
Seed Coat -outside covering that protects the seed
Cotyledons -stored food
Germination -when the embryo pushes out of the seed coats & begins to grow
Pollination -transfer of pollen from the stamen to pistil of the plant
Sepals -leaves that protect the developing flower
Stamens -the male reproductive parts of the flower
Anthers -makes the pollen in the flower
Pollen -sperm made by plants
Petals -colorful parts of the flower to attach birds & insects
Pistils -female parts of the flower
Ovary -part of the pistil where the ovules are made
Ovules -egg made by plants
Annuals -plants that live only one year
Perennials -plants that live year after year
Biennials -plants that live only two years
Fertilization -when sperm unites with the egg
Zygote -first cell that is made after egg is fertilized
Gymnosperms -plants that make seeds inside cones
Angiosperms -plants that make seeds inside flowers
Fruit -a ripened ovary of the flower that contains the seeds
Herbaceous Stems -soft, green stems
Woody Stems -brown bark-like stems
Created by: hubblep