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Cuticle The waxy, waterproof layer that covers the leaves and stems of most plants.
Vascular tissue The internal transportation tissue in some plants that is made up of tube-like structures.
Zygote A fertilized egg, produced by the joining of a sperm and an egg.
Non vascular tissue A low-growing plant that lacks true vascular parts.
Rhizoid A thing, root-like structure in the cytoplasm of a cell where proteins are made.
Phoem The vascular tissue through which food moves in a plant.
Xylem The vascular tissue through which water and nutrients move in some plants.
Pollen Ting particles (male gametopyhtes) produced by seed plants that contain the cells that later become sperm cells.
Seed The plant structure that contains a young plant inside a protective covering.
Embryo A young organism that develops from a zygote; a developing human during the first eight weeks after fertilization.
Cotyledon A seed leaf
Germination The sprouting of the embryo from a seed that occurs where the embryo resumes growth.
Cambium A layer of cells in a plant that produces new phloem and xylem cells.
Transpiration The process in which water is lost through a plant's leaves.
Gymnosperm A plant that produces seeds that are not enclosed in a protective covering.
Cone The reproductive structure of a gymnosperm.
Pollination The transfer of pollen from male reproductive structures to female reproductive structures in plants.
Angiosperm A flowering plant that produces seeds enclosed in a protective covering such as a fruit.
Fruit The ripe ovary and other structures of an angiosperm that encloses one or more seeds.
Monocot An angiosperm with one seed leaf.
Dicot An angiosperm that has two seed leaves.
Tropism The growth response of a plant toward of away from a stimulus.
Created by: Arianna W.