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form of plant reproduction requiring the fertilization of an egg cell by a sperm cell; produces offspring genetically different from both parent plants sexual reproduction
form of plant reproduction that does nto require the production of sex cells; involves only one parent plant producing offspring that are genetically identical to the parent plant asexual reproduction
small structure produced by the male reproductive organs of a seed plant that will produce sperm pollen grain
the transfer of pollen grains to the female part of a plant pollination
the reproductive structure of a gymnosperm cone
the reproductive structure of an angiosperm flower
the male reproductive organ within a flower stamen
the female reproductive organ within a flower pistil
the swollen base of the pistil where ovules are located; protects developing seeds ovary
structures that produce egg cells ovules
a young plant inside a protective covering seed
a seed leaf that stores food cotyledon
series of events resulting in the growth of a plant from a seed germination
vascular plants that produce seeds not protected by a fruit gymnosperms
vascular plants that produce seeds protected by a fruit angiosperms
small openings on a leaf that allow carbon dioxide, oxygen, and water vapor to enter and exit the leaf stomata
pair of cells that controls the opening and closing of the stomata guard cells
the process of plants losing water from their leaves through evaporation transpiration
the food-making process in plants photosynthesis
small, green structures in a plant's cells where photosynthesis occurs chloroplasts
green pigment in the chloroplasts that traps light energy to power photosynthesis chlorophyll
series of chemical reactions that breaks down food molecules to release energy respiration
a plant's response to an external stimulus such as touch, light, or gravity tropism
Created by: lewisch