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plant structures

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rootcap protects the roots from injury
cambium divides to reproduce new phloem and xylem
stoma opens and closes to controls when gases enter leave the leaf
transpiration loses lots of water through transpiration
embryo were food it stored outside the embryo
germination pushes out of the seed and occurs when the embryo begins to grow again
flower is the reproductive structure of an angiosperm
pollination is the transfer of pollen male reproduction structures of female reproduction structures
sepals protect the developing flower and are often green in color
petals are generally the most colorful parts of the flower
stamens are the male reproduction parts
pistils are found in the center of most flowers
ovary protects the seed as they develop
Created by: kcordonacevedo