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Kingdom study 2

Kingdom 2

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Cuticle waxy waterproof layer of plants
Vascular Tissue support and a method of ways to get and nutrients through their roots
zygote fertilized egg; produced by the joining of a sperm and egg
nonvascular tissue low growing plant that has no true vascular tissue
rhizoid thin, root-like structure; anchors a moss; absorbs water and nutrients
phloem vascular tissue that takes food from leaves through the body
xylem vascular tissue that water and minerals from soil up to other parts of the plant
pollen tiny particles produced by seed plants that contain the cells that later become sperm cells
seed young plant in a protective covering
embryo young organism that develops from a zygote
cotyledon seed leaf
gemination the embryo begins to grow and pushes out of the seed
cambium layer of cells in a plant that produces new phloem and xylem cells
transpiration process where water is lost through a plant's leaves
gymnosperm plant that produces seeds that are not enclosed by a protective fruit
cone reproductive system for a gymnosperm
pollination transfer of pollen from male reproductive structure to the female reproductive structure in plants
angiosperm flowering plant that produces seeds enclosed in a productive structure
fruit ripened ovary & other structures of an angiosperm that enclose one or more seeds
monocot angiosperm with 1 seed leaf
dicot angiosperm with 2 seed leafs
tropism growth response of a plant toward or away from a stimulus
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