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lesson 4 & 5 Plants

Lesson 4 & 5 Plants

Sporophyte The stage when a plant produces spores
Gametophyte The stage when the plant produces two kinds of sex cells
Annuals Flowering plants the complete a life cycle within one growing season
Biennials angiosperms that complete their life cycle in two years
Fertilization The process that occurs when a sperm cell unites with an egg cell
Zygote The fertilized egg
Cones A reproductive structure in the gymnosperm
Ovule A structure that contains an egg cell
Fruit The ripened ovary and other structures that enclose one or more seeds
Tropism A plant's growth response toward or away from a stimulus
Hormone A chemical that affects how the plant grows and develops
Auxin One important plant hormone
Photoperiodism A plant's response to seasonal changes in the length of night and day
Critical night length When a plant will only bloom when the nights last a certain length of time
Dormancy A. When an organism's growth or activity stops
Perennials flowering plants that live more than two years
Created by: KodaFabian