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Science Book A 4-3


pollen tiny granules that contain the male gametophyte of seed plants
cotyledon seed leaves of a young plant
seed coat structure that surrounds and protects the young plant
sporophyte the young plant within a seed
fertilization joining of sperm and egg
food storage the purpose of cotyledons
gymnosperms seed plants that DO NOT have flowers or fruit
resin sticky fluid produced by pine trees
pollination the transfer of pollen from the male reproductive structures to the female reproductive structures of seed plants
angiosperms vascular plants that produce flowers and fruits
monocots have leaves with parallel veins
monocots flower parts in threes
monocots have 1 cotyledon
monocots bundles of vascular tissue are scattered
dicots have leaves with branching veins
dicots flower parts in 4's or 5's
dicots two cotyledons
dicots bundles of vascular tissue are in a ring
gymnosperms seeds are protected by cones
conifers most are evergreen
gnetophytes group of gymnosperms that are shrubs that grow in dry areas
cycads gymnosperms that grow in the tropics
ginkgoes group of gymnosperms with only one living species
Created by: ponce6