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Key Terms & Study Info for Flowering Plants & Photosynthesis

The female part of the flower that produces the egg. This part is made of the stigma, the style, and the ovary Pistil
The male part of the flower that produces the pollen. This part is made of the anther and the filament Stamen
special leaves that protect the flower before it blooms Sepal
The process when pollen is carried from the stamen to the pistil Pollination
The process when the pollen reaches the egg, and a seed begins to form Fertilization
The process where plants use water, carbon dioxide, and sunlight, to produce their own food (glucose) Photosynthesis
A chemical found in plants that absorbs sunlight and helps to perform photosynthesis Chlorophyll
The process where glucose and oxygen are turned into the energy that organisms need in order to live Respiration
The process when plants give off excess water (vapor) through the stomata Transpiration
small holes under the leaves of plants where gasses can be taken in or released Stomata
A plant’s growth response toward or away from a stimulus Tropism
The three raw materials necessary for photosynthesis Sunlight, Water, and Carbon Dioxide
What are the products from the process of respiration? Energy, Carbon Dioxide, and Water
What do plants produce during the process of photosynthesis? Glucose & Oxygen
What are the two main ways that plants are pollinated? birds/insects & wind
How does a plant take in the carbon dioxide necessary for photosynthesis? Through the stomata
Where does respiration take place? In the cells of all living organisms
What do organisms need in order to perform respiration? Glucose & Oxygen
What are the three main methods of seed dispersal? Animals, Wind, & Water
How do plants release excess water? Water vapor leaves through the stomata
Name one of the most common ways that plants defend themselves. Thorns, Poisonous Fruit, Sticky Sap
Created by: 6thGradeScience