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Unit 3: Plants

Structure and Function of Plants

QuestionAnswer
Absorb Take in or draw in
Bud The small part of the plant that develops into a flower, leaf or shoot.
Flower The part of the plant from which the seed or fruit develops and is usually brightly colored.
Fruit The part of the plant that has the seeds and sometimes has a sweet flesh.
Leaf The part of the plant that is usually green and flat, and grows from the stem or branch. Site of photosynthesis and stomates.
Root The part of the plant that is usually underground, gets water and minerals from the surrounding soil and holds the plant in place.
Wither Dry up and become weak.
Fertilize To combine the sperm from a pollen grain with an egg to form a seed.
Nectar A sweet liquid found in many flowers.
Ovary Bottom part of the pistil in which seeds form.
Pistil Part of a flower that makes the eggs that grow into seeds.
Pollen Tiny grains that make seeds when combined with a flower's egg.
Pollinate to move pollen from a stamen to a pistil.
Stamen Part of the flower that makes pollen.
Stigma The female part of the flower that carries the pollen to the ovary.
Created by: Davis001