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plant structures

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root cap a structure that covers the tip of the root
cambium a layer of cell in a plant that makes new xylem and phloem cells
stoma a small opening on the underside of a leaf winch co2,h2o,and oxygen
transpirarion a process that losses water through a plants leaves
embryo the young organism that develops from a zygote
germination the sprouting of the embryo from the seed
flower the reproductive structure of a plant
pollination the transfer of pollen from a male reproductive structures
sepal a leaf like structure that encloses and protests the bud of the flower
petal a colorful leaf like structure of some flowers
stamen the male reproductive of a flower
pistil the female reproductive pf a flower
ovary protects a seeds of the flower
tropism the response plants have towards or away from the light
hormone a chemical that effects growth
auxin a plant hormone that speeds up the rate the plant cells grows and controls the response to light
photoperiodism a plants response to the changes between night and day
Created by: dale123456