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nonvascular plants plants that do not have true roots,stems,or leaves
vascular plants plants that have roots,stems and leaves
spore-producing plants plants that produce spores for reproduction instead of seeds
seed-producing plants that reproduce through seeds
cone-bearing plants evergreen plants that never have flowers and that have needles-like leaves
flowering plant plants that grow their own seeds inside a flower
cotyledons the seed leaves in a flowering plant
monocot seed leaves with 1 food storage area
dicot seed leaves with 2 food storage areas
woody stems stems of vascular plants for example:trees and many shrubs
herbaceous stems of vascular for example:grass,dandelions,or tomato plants
evergreen plants plants that only produce cones not flowers
root the part of the plant that anchors the plant and where all the water and minerals enter the plant
stem the support system of the plant that stores food for the plant
bulb a rounded plant that develops underground
leaf the place where photosynthesis take place
photosynthesis the process in which a plant turns sunlight into food
Created by: sparkle1234