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Science Ch 3

QuestionAnswer
chloryphyll green pigment found in chloroplasts of plants
photosynthesis plant uses sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water to make oxygen and food (sugar)
tissue group of similar cells performing specific function
chloroplast structure in plant cells where food is made
vacuole storage sac
cuticle waxy, waterproof layer
vascular tissue tubelike structures inside plant that move food, water, and minerals
root cap protects root from injury as it grows in soil
cambium layer of cells in plant that divide to produce new xylem and phloem
stomata small opening on underside of leaf for gas exchange
transpiration process which water evaporates from leaves
embryo young plant that develops from the zygote
germination embryo begins to grow again and pushes out of seed
flower reproductive structure of angiosperm
pollination transfer of pollen from male to female structures
sepals leaflike structure that encloses and protects bud of a flower
petals colorful, leaflike structure
stamens male reproductive parts
pistils female reproductive parts
ovary protects seeds as they develop
Created by: jmeager