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science el quizo

tap root one main root
fibrous root root system that has many branches and root hairs
woody stem not flexible, hard, supports weight and is not green
herbaceous stem flexible, green, turgor pressure supports
blade flat green part
xylem long hollow cells
sapwood of a tree outer edges, living part, lighter in color
heartwood of a tree center of the tree
wood a collection of xylem
what are the two key supports of plants cell wall and turgor pressure
what is xylems path through the plant roots to stem
what is phloems path through the plant leaves to everything else
fiber extremely long narrow cells
epidermis outermost tissue
cuticle waxy layer
bark living vascular tissue outermost layer of tissue
characteristics of non vascular plants no vascular tissue no true roots reproduce by spores mosses liverwarts, hornworts
characteristics of seedless vascular plants rhizomes fronds as stems young fronds are called fiddleheads reproduce by spores live in damp, shady environments
characteristics of vascular plants conduct water well true roots stems are woody or herbaceous true leaves two types of plants, gymnosperms and angiosperms reproduce by seeds
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