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Hornberger chp 12

Grade 7 Science Review, Chapter 12 set 2

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name for the plants that produce flowers and fruits angiosperms
group of plant whose seed are protected by cones gymnosperms
the largest group of gymnosperms conifers
where the sperm will form in a seed plant pollen
in the gametophyte stage, a fertilized egg grows into this. sporophyte
ferns, horsetails and club mosses belong to this seedless group vascular plants
mosses, liverworts, and hornworts make up this group of seedless plants nonvascular
this type of seedless plant has fronds or fiddleheads ferns
these seedless plants were once used to scrub pots and pans horsetails
because rhizoids and rhizomes of seedless plants hold soil in place they help stop this soil erosion
Since plants make their own food they are categorized as this producer
this is the waxy layer that keeps plants from drying out cuticle
this majority of this is made from plants or animals that eat plants food
photosynthesis uses sunlight to make food from water and this item carbon dioxide
these are the 2 stages of a plant's reproduction life cycle sporophyte and gametophtye
water and minerals are taken from the roots to the shoot with this part of the plant xylem
these are the 3 parts that make up a seed cotelydon, sporophyte, seed coat
this is the part of the seed that protects the seed seed coat
this is the part of the seed that stores food cotelydon
this is the part of the seed that is the young plant sporophyte
this is the part of the plant that supports and protects the plant cells cell wall
this part of the plant provides food to the plant phloem
this type of root system spreads many roots out from the base of the plant's stem fibrous
this is the type of rigid stem found in trees woody stem
this is the root system with one main root taproot
this is the underground stem from which new leaves and roots grow rhizome
this is a root-like structure that holds nonvascular plants in place rhizoid
these are the 3 main functions of roots supply water and minerals, hold plants in place, and store surplus food
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