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lesson 3

Cambium Cells that divide to produce new phloem and xylem.
Stomata The surface layer of the leaf that has small openings or pores that take in carbon dioxide and lets out oxygen and water vapors.
Transpiration The process by which water evaporates from a plants leaves.
Embryo The young plant that develops from the ZYGOTE or fertilized egg.
Germination When the embryo begins to grow.
flower The reproductive structure of a angiosperm.
Pollination The transfer of pollen from male reproductive structures to female reproductive structures.
Sepals When a flower is still a bud and it is enclosed in leaf like structures.
Petals The petals are usually the most colorful part of a flower.
Stamens The male reproductive parts.
Pistils The female reproductive parts.
Ovary A hollow structure inside the plant which protects the seed as it develops.
Root Cap Protects the root from injury as it goes through the soil
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