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Lawson Plant Surviva

Plant Survival

Leaves Site of photosynthesis, respiration, and transpiration in plants.
Roots Help anchor the plant in the ground and absorb water and nutrients from the soil and store extra food for the plants
Xylem Found in the stem and transports water from the roots to the leaves and other plant parts
Phloem Found in the stem andtransport food made in the leaves to growing parts of the plant.
Seeds Have special structures that allow them to be dispersed by wind, water, or animals.
Flowers Produce seeds contain both male and female organs needed to reproduce
Stamen The male organ of a flower that has an anther on a stalk (filament).
Anther Produces the pollen that contains the sperm cells
Pistil The female organ of the flower that contains
Ovary Contains the ovules where the egg cells are produced
Stigma The sticky top where pollen grains land
Seed Contains the fertilized egg (embryo) from which new plants are formed.
Tropism The growing or moving of a plant's roots, stems or leaves toward or away from a stimulus.
Gravitropism The plant grows in response to gravity. Also called geotropism
Thigmotropism The plant grows or moves in response to touch
Hydrotropism The plant grows or moves in response to water
Phototropism The plant grows or moves in response to light
Stimulus Any change in an organisms's environment that causes the organism to react (ex. light, temperature, amount of food or water available.
Response Action or reaction due to a change in the environment.
Created by: Lawsont