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What are the traits that all seed plants share? a.have vascular tissueb.use seeds to reproduce
What is a phloem? where food is transported down thru the leaves
What is a xylem? transports water and other nutrients up from roots
What is a stomata? underside pores of a leaf that allow o2, co2 and h2o vapor to go out
What is an embryo? the young plant that develops from a zygote
What is a cotledon? seed leaf that stores food
What is germination? the early growth stage of an embryo
What is a root cap tip of root that surrounds root and protects it(made up of dead cells)
What is transpiration? the process by which h2o evaporates from a plant's leaves
What is a cambium? Layers of cell in a plant that develop new phloem and xylem
What is a seed? a baby plant in a protective covering
What are the 4 diff. ways that seeds can be dispersed? If an animal digests seed, water carries the seed away, if the wind blows it away, if the plant shoots the seeds, and if the seed sticks to the animal.
What function(s) do(es) bark perform(s)? The bark protects the tree and supports the tree
What is a gymnosperm? a seed plant that produces naked seeds.
what are the 4 types of gymnosperms? cycads,ginkgo,gnetophyte and conifers
Created by: tigerkat3