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Science Plants

Plants stems leaves roots, science terms

The tissue through which water and minerals move up through a plant Xylem
The layer of tissue just inside the epidermis of a plant's roots and stems. cortex
An outermost layer of such plant parts as roots and leaves. epidermis
A thin covering made up of cells that protect the root tip of plant as it grows into the soil. rootcap
Any of the thread like projections from a plant root that absorbs water and dissolved minerals from the soil. root hairs
The tissue through which food from t he leaves move down through the rest of the plant. Phleom
The layer in plants that seperates the xylem from the phleom. cambium
The loss of water through a plant's leaves. transpiration
The food making process in green plants that uses sunlight photosynthesis
The release of energy in plants and animals from food (sugar) respiration
Created by: kdawnb1974