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6 Sci Plants Vocab

6th Grade Science Plants Vocabulary

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AUTOTROPH AN ORGANISM CAPABLE OF MAKING ITS OWN FOOD USING LIGHT OR CHEMICAL ENERGY.
CUTICLE WAXY, PROTECTIVE LAYER SECRETED BY CELL WALLS.
VASCULAR PLANT HAVE TISSUES THAT MAKE UP THE ORGAN SYSTEM THAT CARRIES WATER, NUTRIENTS, AND OTHER SUBSTANCES.
NONVASCULAR PLANT HAVE NO VASCULAR TISSUE.
SEEDLESS PLANTS REPRODUCE WITH SPORES.
BRYOPHYTES SMALL, NONVASCULAR PLANTS THAT ARE USUALLY JUST A FEW CELLS THICK AND ONLY 2-5 CM IN HEIGHT.
RHIZOID THREADLIKE ROOTS OF BRYOPHYTES.
CONE REPRODUCTIVE STRUCTURE OF GYMNOSPERMS.
SEED CONTAINS A PLANT EMBRYO, STORED FOOD, AND A SEED COAT.
XYLEM TISSUE THAT TRANSPORTS WATER AND DISSOLVED MINERALS THROUGHOUT THE PLANT.
PHLOEM TISSUE THAT TRANSPORTS FOOD UP FROM WHERE IT IS MADE THROUGHOUT THE PLANT.
CAMBIUM TISSUE THAT PRODUCES NEW XYLEM AND PHLOEM CELLS.
STEMS ALLOW MOVEMENT OF MATERIALS BETWEEN LEAVES AND ROOTS.
ROOTS ANCHOR PLANTS AND ALLOWS WATER AND OTHER SUBSTANCES TO ENTER A PLANT.
LEAVES ORGANS OF PLANT THAT TRAP LIGHT AND MAKE FOOD.
POLLEN MALE REPRODUCTIVE CELL OF A SEED PLANT.
FLOWER REPRODUCTIVE STRUCTURE OF ANGIOSPERMS.
FRUIT STRUCTURE WHERE THE SEEDS OF ANGIOSPERMS DEVELOP.
STOMATA SMALL PORES IN THE LEAF STRUCTURES THAT ALLOW CARBON DIOXIDE, WATER, AND OXYGEN TO ENTER AND LEAVE A LEAF.
GUARD CELL ON EITHER SIDE OF THE STOMATA, THEY OPEN AND CLOSE THE PORE.
GYMNOSPERM MEANS NAKED SEED; VASCULAR PLANTS THAT PRODUCE SEEDS ON A CONE.
ANGIOSPERM VASCULAR PLANT THAT FLOWERS AND HAS A FRUIT THAT CONTAINS SEEDS.
MONOCOT ONE SEED LEAF.
DICOT TWO SEED LEAVES.
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