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smallest unit of an organism that can carry on life functions cell
cell structure that provides structure and support for the plant cell cell wall
cell structure that contains chlorophyll and is where photosynthesis occurs chloroplast
organisms that can produce their own food for energy autotrophs
a waxy, protective layer secreted by cells onto the leaves and surfaces of a plant to slows water loss cuticle
tubelike structures that carry water and nutrients throughout the plant vascular tissue
vascular tissue that carries water throughout the plant xylem
vascualr tissue that carries nutrients and food throughout the plant phloem
plants that have vascular tissue vascular plants
plants that do not have vascular tissue to move water and nutrients throughout their bodies nonvascular plants
threadlike structures found on nonvascular plants that anchor the plant in the ground rhizoids
a waterproof reproductive cell that can grow ito a new plant spore
organisms that are the first to grow in new or disturbed areas pioneer species
organs of the plant where the food-making process occurs leaves
openings in the leaf that allow carbon dioxide, oxygen, and water to enter and exit the leaf stomata
pair of cells that surround the stomata and control its opening and closing guard cells
vascular plants that produce seeds not protected by a fruit gymnosperms
vascular plants that produce fruits with one or more seeds angiosperms
angiosperm with one cotyledon inside its seed monocot
angiosperm with two cotyledons inside its seed dicot
Created by: lewisch