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PLANTS

TermDefinition
classify to put things into groups based on their similar traits
reproduce to make more of the same kind
conifer plants that grow seeds inside of pine cones
spores tiny cells that form into a new plant
roots hold plant into the ground; take in water and nutrients to help plants grow
stem holds plant parts above ground; transports water and nutrients to plant's parts
leaves make food for plants (sugar); take in carbon dioxide through tiny openings in leaves
petals the colored part of the plant; attracts birds and insects to the flower
sepal protects the bud before it blooms
stamen makes the pollen
pistil collects and transfers the pollen
ovary holds the eggs that will form into seeds
seed coat outside covering of seed; protects the embryo
embryo this will grow into a plant
food storage this feeds the embryo until it grows and makes its own food
germination when a plant grows from a seed
seed dispersal movement of seeds away from parent plant
photosynthesis when a plant uses carbon dioxide, water, chlorophyll, and sunlight to make food (food is made in the leaves)
Created by: missgrimm