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BIO PLANT KING

BIO PLANT KINGDOM

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node A region on a stem where a leaf was or is attached.
petiole The part of a leaf between the node and the blade.
xylem The plant tissue characterized by long hollow cells that carry water.
phloem The plant tissue that conducts dissolved food in a plant.
fiber Long thick-walled cell that functions to support a plant.
epidermis A tissue that serves as a protective covering layer in plants.
vascular plant A plant that has tissue that conducts water and other materials.
non-vascular plant A plant that lacks tissue to conduct water and other materials.
rhizoid A thin root-like structure that anchors a nonvascular plant or fern
gymnosperm A plant that produces seeds that are not fully covered or shielded.
angiosperm A plant that produces flowers (and fruit and seeds)
Created by: MsRobinG