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Plants

plant science

TermDefinition
flowering plant type of plant that produces a flower, roses, citrus tree, palm tree
seed dispersal carrying of seeds to a new place by birds or insects
pollination movement of pollen from stamen to pistil
fertilization joining of an egg and a sperm cell
conifer seed plant that reproduces with cones like a pine tree
life cycle all stages a living thing goes through as it grows and reproduces
germinate grow or sprout
inherited characteristic that passes from parent to offspring
pistil female part of the plant that contains ovary and ovule
stamen male part of the plant. pollen is made at the tip
plant seed 3 parts; embryo, seed coat and stored food
seed coat protects embryo and keeps it from drying out
embryo part of a seed that will grow into a new plant
seedling a young plant
fruit protects and helps spread seeds; all have seeds; all have soft parts that animals might eat
plant life cycle germination, growth, maturity, seed formation