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Chapter 24 AP Bio

Evolution and Diversity of Plants (Crossword)

QuestionAnswer
Angiosperm Flowering plant; the seeds are borne within a fruit
Antheridium Reproductive organ, found in mosses and some vascular plants, that produces flagellated sperm
Archegonium Reproductive organ that produces eggs; found in mosses
Conifer One of the four groups of gymnosperm plants
Eudicot Flowering plant group; members show two embryonic leaves, net-veined leaves, cylindrical arrangement of vascular bundles, and other characteristics
Fruit Flowering plant structure, consisting of one or more ripened ovaries that usually contain seeds
Gametophyte Haploid generation of the alternation of generations life cycle of a plant; it produces gametes that unite to form a diploid zygote
Ginkgo Gymnosperm resistant to pollution, male of which is planted along city streets
Gymnosperm Vascular plant producing naked seeds, as in conifers
Monocot Flowering plant group; members show one embryonic leaf, parallel-veined leaves, scattered vascular bundles, and other characteristics
Petal Flower part that occurs just inside the sepals
Phloem Vascular tissue that conducts organic solutes in plants; it contains sieve-tube members and companion cells
Pollen grain Male gametophyte in seed plants
Sporophyte Reproductive organ, found in mosses and some vascular plants, that produces flagellated sperm
Xylem Vascular tissue that transports ware and mineral solutes upward through the plant body
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