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Unit 5


homotrophic characterized by enzyme activity
heterotrophic able to make food
anatomy the science dealing with the structure of animals and plants
physiology the organic process or functions in an organism or in any of its parts
photosynthesis the process by which carbon dioxide + water + and sunlight + chlorophyll make food
chlorophyll the green coloring in plants essential to the process of photosynthesis
stamen the pollen-bearing organ of a flower
xylem vessels that transport upwards
phloem vessels that transport downwards
pistil produces ovules
petiole leaf stem
chloroplasts part of the plant that takes in sunlight to make food
cellulose material used to make cardboard and paper
blade the flat surface of a leaf
anther the pollen producing sac
tropism the turning of all or part of an organism in a particular direction in response to an external stimulus.
phototrophism the part of the plant that responds to light
geotrophism the growth of a plant that responds to gravity
Created by: pdonohoe