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Plan Structure Vocab

All the words you will need for this lesson

TermDefinition
Root cap The thing that protects the root as it grows larger.
Cambium A layer of cells that divides to make more xylem and phloem.
Stoma A small opening on the surface layer of a leaf that opens and closes depending on gasses coming in or out of the leaf.
Transpiration When water evaporates from a plan's leaves.
Embryo The young plant that comes from a fertilized egg.
Gemination When the embryo begins to grow again and starts to push out of the seed.
Flower An Angiosperm's reproductive structure.
Pollination When a male reproductive structure gives pollen to a female reproductive structure.
Sepal The leaf-like structure that covers the flower when it is still a bud.
Petal The very colorful leaf-like things that show when the sepal folds back.
Stamen The male reproductive parts, that are within the petals of the flower.
Pistil The woman reproductive parts found in the center of the flower.
Ovary The oval-like structure that protects the seeds as they develop.
Sporophyte Spore producing stage of a plants life.
Gametophyte Stage where the plant develops sperm and egg cells.
Annual Plants that complete their life cycle in one growing season.
Biennial Angiosperms that complete their life cycles in two years.
Perennial Flowering plants that live longer than two years.
Fertilization When a sperm cell unites with an egg cell.
Zgote The fertilized egg.
Cone A gymnosperms reproductive structure.
Ovual A structure that contains an egg cell.
Fruit What the ovary changes into as the seed develops.
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