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ELL Biology Ch 8

Types of Plants

TermDefinition
vascular plants plants that have structures for transporting water
nonvascular plants plants that do not have well-developed structures for transporting water
rhizome the underground stem of a fern
frond the leaf of a fern
sperm a male reproductive cell
egg a female reproductive cell
seed a protective covering that surrounds a young plant and its stored food
plant embryo the early, undeveloped stage of a new plant
germination the process by which a plant embryo develops and breaks out of the seed
gymnosperm a plant that produces uncovered seeds
angiosperm a plant that produces covered seeds and flowers
monocot a flowering plant with one seed leaf in its seeds
dicot a flowering plant with two seed leaves in its seeds
cotyledon seed leaf
Created by: Jesse Wayland