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Apologia Botany

Apologia Botany Chapter 2

Seed A baby plant in a protective coating with food
Dormant Asleep
Seed requires __________,__________,___________ to grow Warmth, water, and air
Embryo Baby plant in a seed
Testa Seed's coat
Seedling little plant
Hilum the scar on a seed marking where the seed was attached to the parent plant. It is like a belly button
Cotyledons The part of the seed that uses to nourish the embryo as it develops into a seedling
Epicotyl The top part of the embryo
Plumules the feather-like leaves on the embryo
Radicle Embryo's root
Endospern the nutrition within the seed before it gets absorbed by the cotyledons
Plants are producers
People are Comsumers
Germination Water get inside the seed, and the embryo wake up
Plumule means in Latin feather
Monocot 6 petals flower
Dicot five petals flower
Created by: HongF