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Chapter 9 Vocab

TermDefinition
Cellulose A chemical compound in cell walls for support
Vascular Plants that HAVE tube like strucutres
Pioneer Species The first plants to grow in a new area
Rhizoids Thread like structures that anchor some plants
Guard Cells Structure that opens and closes the stoma
Nonvascular Plants that DO NOT have tube like structures
Xylem Vessels that move water in the plant
Cambium Tissue that produces new xylem and phloem
Gymnosperm Plants that produce seeds protected by cones
Monocot Plant that has ONE cotyledon
Phloem Vessel that moves food
Angiosperm Plant that flowers and produces fruit
Stoma Small opening in the epidermis of the leaf
Dicot Plant that has two cotyledon
Cuticle A waxy protective layer on leaves
Created by: ataves