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Plant Unit Review

They make their own food, so they are known as __________. Autotrophs
Any change in an organism's surroundings that will cause a reaction is known as a _________. Stimulus
The reaction to a stimulus. Response
Involves two parents Sexual reproduction
Involves one parent and the offspring is identical to that parent. Asexual reproduction
The process whereby an organism becomes larger. Growth
The process that occurs in the life of an organism that results in the organism becoming more complex structurally. Development
The seven levels of classification are ........ Kingdom phylum class order family genus species
Closely related organism are in the same ____________. Genus
The second name of an organism is the __________ name. Species
The two part naming system is know as __________ ____________. Binomial nomenclature
An organism's scientific name consists of ______ & _______. Genus and species
__________ plants are the largest group in the plant kingdom. Vascular
Transports water and minerals Xylem
Transports food from the leaves Phloem
Stems that are soft and not woody. Herbaceous
Plants that don't have a xylem and phloem are these. Nonvascular plants
This is how Nonvascular plants transport materials Cell to cells
Stored food in a seed Cotyledon
Plants reproduce using seeds or _______. Spores
The first part of a plant that grows from a seed. Roots
Has one food storage area. Monocots
They have netlike veins. Dicots
They have circular bundles of vascular tissues. Dicots.
Parallel veins Monocots
Branching roots Fibrous
One main root Taproot
The part of a flower that attract pollinators. Petal
Protects the developing flower Sepal
The reproductive structure of a plant. Flower
The male reproductive structure of a flower. Stamen
The female reproductive structure of a flower. Pistil
The parts of the stamen. Filament and anther
The parts of the pistil. Stigma, style, and ovary.
This is where pollen is produced. Anther
The sticky part of the pistil. Stigma
The early stage of seed growth. Germination.
The ovule develop into this after it's fertilized. Seed
The ovary becomes this. Fruit
Underground stems Tubers
The food making process Photosynthesis
The loss of water in a plant. Transpiration
When oxygen is used to break down food for energy. Cellular respiration.
A period of time when growth or activity of a plant or seed stop due to changes in temperature or amount of water. Dormancy
A plant's response to light. Phototropism
A plant's response to water. Hydrotropism
A plant's response to touch. Thigmotropism
A plant's response to gravity. Gravitropism
These causes disease ion plants. Fungi
Fungal diseases are........ Corn smut, grain mold, wheat rust, and Dutch elm disease.
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