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Plant Reproduction

TermDefinition
Stamen male reproductive parts
Ovary site of germination and development
Germination when pollen and ovule meet to form zygote
Cotyledon contains stored energy
Stigma sticky top of the pistil to trap pollen
Filament mini-stem that holds up the anther
self-pollination a plant can use its own pollen for germination
cross pollination pollen must travel from one plant to another
lateral meristem contains cork and cambium; helps plants grow wider
seed coat cover of the embryo
style mini-stem that holds up the stigma
pistil female reproductive system
anther site of pollen production
epicotyl develops into leaves
hypocotyl base stem under the epicotyl
apical meristem growing tip; helps plants grow taller
Created by: mrsflower