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OLV 4th Gr Science

Unit A Chapter 1 Plant Structure and Function

classify To sort into groups based on similarities and differences
Reproduce Make more of the same kind
Conifer Group of plants that make seeds but do not have flowers
Spore Tiny cell that can grow into a new plant
Sepal One of the leaflike parts that protects a flower bud and that is usually green
Pistil Part of a flower that makes that egg that grows into a seed
Stamen Part of a flower that makes pollen
Pollen Tiny grains that make seeds when combined with a flower’s egg
Petal Surround and protect the parts of flower that make seed.
Pollination The movement of pollen from a stamen to a pistil
Ovary The bottom part of pistil in which seed forms
Ovule The inner part of ovary that contains an egg
Fertilization The combination of sperm from a pollen grain with an egg to form a seed
Embryo Tiny part of a seed that can grow into a new plant.
Monocot seed Seed that has one seed leaf and stored food outside the seed leaf
Dicot seed Seed that has 2 seed leaves that contain stored food
Dormant Seed in its resting stage
Germinate When a dormant seed begins to sprout
Created by: jkm1123