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Plant structures

QuestionAnswer
Stamen Male part of flower
Filament Thin stalk
Anther makes pollen
Stigma sticky part of pistal
style Slender tube
ovary flower structure that encloses and protects the seed as they develop
Pistal/carpel Female part of flower
petal Colorful leaflike structure of some flowers
sepal leaflike structure that encloses and protects bud of flower
Sporophyte stage in life cycle of plant in which that plant produces spores
gametophyte stage in life cycle of plant in which the plant produces sex cells
annual plant that completes life cycle in one year
biennial plant that completes life cycle in two years
perennial plant that completes life cycle in more than two years. Flowers every year
fertilization process in sexual reproduction in which egg and sperm join to form a new cell
zygote fertilized egg produce by joining of sperm cell and egg cell
cone reproductive structure of gymnosperm
ovule plant structures in seed plants that produces the egg cell
fruit ripened ovary and other structures of an angiosperm that enclose one of more seeds
Tropism response of plant toward or away from a stimulus
hormone chemical that affects growth
auxin plant hormone that speeds up rate of growth
photoperiodism plants response to seasonal changes
dormancy period of time when organism's growth or activity stops
Created by: lbailey123