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U14 L1 Vocabulary

NCVPS Biology Unit 14

Xylem Transports water up the stem of a vascular plant.
Phloem Transports food (glucose) down from the leaves to the roots of a plant.
Petals Brightly colored parts of plants to attract pollinators like insects or birds.
Stem Vascular tissue of plants - helps to transport water and nutrients up and down the plant.
Leaves The major site of photosynthesis for a plant. Absorbs sunlight.
Angiosperm A vascular plant that produces flowers.
Gymnosperm A vascular plant that produces cones (conifers)
Pollination The process of pollen being transferred from one plant to another.
Vascular Tissue Specialized cells that transport water and nutrients throughout a plant.
Stomata Openings in the leaf that allow carbon dioxide to enter and oxygen to exit during photosynthesis.
Moss An example of a non-vascular plant.
Created by: afansler