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Transpiration Gives off water vapor from the stomata.
Root Cap Helps roots when the plant is in the development stage.
Phloem The phloem, helps with the plants nutrients and helps bring sugars to where the plant needs them.
Xylem Helps conduct water in the plant and dissolves nutrients upward from the root.
Germination When a plant grows from a seed.
The formula for photosynthesis CO2+H2O+Light Energy=C6H1206+6O2.
Why are animals helpful towards plant reproduction? Because when they eat the fruit from the tree/plant, the seed goes through there digestive system and disposes it to re-grow somewhere else.
Embryo A part of the plants seed.
Endosperm Tissue inside of the plant that helps it sprout.
Zygote The fertilization of a plant.
The two types of root system Taproot and Fibrous.
Created by: Karli O