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Seed Plants

when a seed begins to develop; sprout germinate
a young plant seedling
green pigment in chloroplasts of plant cells that traps the Sun's energy chlorophyll
small openings on the surface of leaves that gas molecules (oxygen and carbon dioxide)go through stomata
branching root system fibrous roots
tube-like stem tissue that carries water up from plant roots to rest of plant xylem
tube-like stem tissue that sends glucose sugar from leaves out to rest of plant phloem
part of a seed from which the stem, root, and leaves will develop embryo
plant behavior; a plant's response to stimulus in the environment tropism
the end of a root where the greatest growth occurs root cap
Created by: kathleenj