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Plants structures

QuestionAnswer
what is a root cap? protects the root from injury
what is the cambium ? divides to produce new phloem and xylem
what is stomata? small openings/pores in the surface layer of a leaf
what is transpiriation? process by witch water evaporates from a plants leaves
what is embryo? young plant that develops from the zygote
what is germination? after the seed is dispersed it may be inactive for a while before it germinates
what is a flower? reproductive structure of an angiosperm
what is pollination? transfer of pollen from male to female reproductive structures
what are sepals? leaf like structures that protect the developing flower
what are petals? the part of the flower that is colorful and leaf like
what are stamens? male reproductive parts
what are pistils? the female parts
what is an ovary? hollow structure that protects the seed as it develops
what is sporophyte? sporophyte is the stage when a plant produces spores.
what is gametophyte? gametophyte is the stage when the plant produces two kinds of sex cells: sperm cells, and egg cells
what are annuals? annuals are flowering plants that complete a life cycle within one growing season
what are biennials? biennials are angiosperms that complete there life cycle in two years
what are perennials? perennials are flowering plants that live for more than two years
what is fertilization? fertilization occurs when a sperm cell unites with an egg cell
what is a zygote? a fertilized egg
what are cones? reproductive structures in an gymnosperm
what is an ovule? a structure that contains an egg cell
what is a fruit? the ripened ovary and other structures that enclose one or more seeds
Created by: PaigeHeppard