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Bio CH23

Biology CH23 Plant Reproduction and Development

bulb a short underground stem surrounded by fleshy leaves that contain stored food
clone a living thing that comes from one parent and is identical to the parent
cross pollination when pollen from the stamen of one flower is carried to the pistil of a flower on a different plant
cutting a small section of plant stem that has been removed from a parent plant and planted to form a new plant
fruit an enlarged ovary that contains seeds
germination the first growth of a young plant from a seed
grafting the process of joining the stem of one plant to the stem of another plant
ovule tiny, round parts of a seed plant that contain the egg cells
petal often brightly colored and scented parts of a flower that attract insects to the flower
pistil the female reproductive organ of a flower
pollination the transfer of pollen from the male part of a seed plant to the female part
runner a stem that grows along the ground or in the air and forms a new plant at its tip
self pollination when pollen moves from the stamen of one flower to the pistil of the same flower or of another flower on the same plant
sepal often green, leaf-like parts of a flower that protect the young flower while it is still a bud
stamen the male reproductive organ of a flower
tuber an underground root or stem swollen with stored food
Created by: djhockett5