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Plant Vocab

vocab for plants in Freshmen Biology

TermDefinition
Cuticle water tight outer covering
Stomata pores that act as passages through the cuticle
Guard Cells cells that border the stomata and control its size
Xylem tissues that move water from the roots up to thee rest of the plant
Phloem tissues that move food from the leaves down to the rest of the plant
Gymnosperm produces seeds that do not develop into a fruit
Angiosperm produces seeds which develop into a fruit
Germination resumption of growth by the seed embryo
Cotyledon seed leaf
Dicot a plant with 2 cotyledon
Monocot a plant with 1 cotyledon
Endosperm highly nutritious material inside the seed
Meristem where all the growth of a plant occurs
Dormant resting stage when metabolism slows down
Perennial live year after year with proper care
Created by: Sarah_Vock