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Plants

TermDefinition
Flower Reproductive structure of an angiosperm
Pollination The transfer of pollen from male reprodutive structures to female reprodutives
Sepals Protects the developing flower and are often green in color
Petal Are generally the most colorful parts of a flower
Stamens Are the male reproductive parts
Embryo Young plant that develops from the zygote or fertilized
Germination Occurs when the embryo begins to grow again and pushes out of the seed
Pistils Found in the center of most flowers as shown
Ovary Protects the seeds as they develope it contains one or more ovules
Sporophyte The plant produces spores
Gametophyte Stage the plant produces to kinds of sex cells
Annual Flowering plants which complete a life cycle within one growing season
Biennial Angiosperms complete their life cycle in two years
Pernnials Flowering plants, live for two years
Fertilization When a sperm cell unites with an egg cell.
Zygote Fertilized egg
Cone Gymnosperms have a reproductive structures
Ovule Structure that contains an egg cell
Fruit The seed develops the ovary changes into a fruit
Sepals Small, leaflike parts of a flower that protect the plant
Style Part of female reproductive parts
Anther Makes pollen
Created by: spartan187