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plant anatomy vocab

science vocab

root hair small, fine extensions of the root that help absorb water
xylem small tubes in the plant that transport water
pollination the transfer of male pollen grains from the stamen in one flower to the pistil of another flower
stamen the male reproductive organ of the flower
pistil the female reproductive organ of the flower
fertilization the union of a sperm cell and egg cell to produce a new cell that will grow and develop into a new organism of the same type as the parent cells
photosynthesis the process of using light energy to create energy rich sugar from carbon dioxide and water.
transpiration the process where water travels through a plant and exits as water vapor through the leaves
stomata microscopic openings on the underside of leaves through which oxygen and carbon dioxide can move
Created by: hms204