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Plant life cycle

Germinate To begin to grow and sprout
Seed coat Protects the embryo
Embryo the part of a seed that develops into a plant
Radicle The first root of a plant
Plumule The first shoot
Endosperm The part of the seed that is a food source for the young plant
Protects the seed Fruit
Cotlyedon The primary leaf of the plant embryo
Monocot A plant that has one cotlyedon
Dicot A plant that has two cotlyedons
Beans and Fast Plants Dicots
Corn, Rice, wheat, cereal grains Monocots
Xylem Cells that transport water
Macronutrients Nitrogen, Phosphorous, Potassium
Phloem Cells that transport nutrients/food
Photosynthesis The process used by plants to make glucose (food source)
Cholorplasts Where photosynthesis takes place in plant cells
Glucose and oxygen The products of photsynthesis
Cabbage, Fast Plants, Radish Members of the crucifer family
Tap root Dicot
Petals in groups of 3 Monocot
Fibrous roots Monocot
Parallel leaf veins, with long, thin leaves Monocot
Petals in groups of 4 or 5 Dicot
Water, sunlight and Carbon Dioxide What is needed for photosynthesis
Ring pattern in the stem Dicot
Net like leaf veins, and broad leaves Dicot
Created by: racolonna