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Stack #206376

Stack #206376 " pLANTS"

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tHE WAXY, WATERPROOF LAYER THAT COVERS THE LEAVES AND STEAMS OF MOST PLANTS. cUTICLE
tHE INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTING TISSUE IN SOME PLANTS THAT ISMADE UP OF TUBELIKE STRUCTURES. vASCULAR TISSUE
a PLANT THAT HAS A TRUE VASCULAR TISSUE. vASCULAR PLANT
tINY PARTICLES PRODUCED BY SEED PLANTS THAT CONTAIN THE CELLS THAT LATER BECOME SPERM CELLS pOLLEN
tHE PROCESS BY WHICH WATER IS LOST THROUGH A PLANT'S LEAVES TRANSPIRATION
tHE REPRODUCTIVE STRUCTURE OF A GYMNOSPERM. CONE
a FLOWERING PLANT THAT PRODUCES SEEDS ENCLOSED IN A PROTECTIVE STRUCTURE IN A PROTECTIVE STRUCTURE. aNGIOSPERM
a MALE REPRODUCTIVE PART OF A FLOWER. sTAMEN
a FERTILIZED EGG,PRODUCED BY THE JOINING OF A SPERM AND EGG zYGOTE
tHE VASCULAR TISSUE THROUGH WHICH FOOD MOVES IN SOME PLANTS pHLOEM
tHE PLANT STRUCTURE THAT CONTAINS A YOUNG PLANT INSIDE A PROTECTIVE COVERING. sEED
sMALL OPENINGS ON A LEAF THROUGH WHICH OXYGEN AND CARBON DIOXIDE CAN MOVE. sTOMATA
a STRUCTURE THAT CONTAINS AN EGG CELL oVULE
a REPRODUCTIVE STRUCTURE OF AN ANGIOSPERM fLOWER
tHE FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE PART OF A FLOWER pISTIL
a LOW-GROWING PLANT THAT LACKS TRUE VASCULAR TISSUE nONVASCULAR PLANT
THE VASCULAR TISSUE WHICH WATER AND NUTRIENTS MOVE IN SOME PLANTS xYLEM
a YOUNG ORGANISM THAT DEVOLPS FROM A ZYGOTE eMBRYO
a PLANT THAT PRODUCES SEEDS THAT ARE NOT ENCOLSED BY A PROTECTIVE FRUIT gYMNOSPERM
tHE TRANSFER OF POLLEN FROM MALE REPRODUCTIVE STRUCTURES TO FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE STRUCTURES IN PLANTS pOLLINATION
a LEAFLIKEW STRUCTURE THAT ENCLOSES THE BUD OF A FLOWER sEPAL
a FLOWER STRUCTURE THAT ENCLOSES AND PROTECTS AND PROTECTS OVULES AND SEEDS AS THEY DEVOLOP; oRGAN OF THE FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM IB WHICH EGGS AND ESTROGEN AND PRODUCED oVARY