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Final 2016 terms

Final exam

Imperfect flower lacks either a stamen or pistil
Incomplete flower Missing one or more of the four parts; stamens, pistil, sepals, petals
Nodes the part of a plant stem from which one or more leaves emerge
Internodes Segments of the stem between nodes
Perfect Flower A flower that has both stamens and a pistil
Petiole The stem of the leaf connecting it to the plant stem or tree branch
Pistil Female organ of the flower
Stamen Male organ of the flower
Ribosomes Where proteins are made within a cell
Stomata Small openings on the underneath side of a plant leaf
Taproot One major root that is bigger than the rest
Terminal Bud Located at the tip of the stem and is where the growth in length occurs
Transpiration Process of loosing water as the plant uses it to control temperature
Respiration Process where cells break down nutrients with the help of oxygen into usable energy
Pollination The transfer of pollen from the male part of a seed plant to the female part
Phototropism A plant’s response to light
Photosynthesis Process of food production in a plant, uses carbon dioxide, light, and water
Capillary Water Water held by soil and available to plants roots
Canopy The above ground portion of a tree or shrub extending to the outer layer of leaves
Invasive Plants Plants that grow aggressively, spreads, and doesn’t allow native plants to grow, becomes dominant in a given area
Native Plants Plants that occurred within a state before settlement by Europeans; feed and shelter native animals and insects
Bog A wetland fed primarily by rainwater, are typically acidic and dominated by sphagnum moss
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