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Raczkowski- Plants

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Nonvascular plant have no pipes to transport water and nutrients
Nonvascular plant depend on diffusion and osmosis to move materials from one part of the plant to another
Vascular plants have tissues that deliver needed material to their cells
Gymnosperms a plant that produces seeds, but no flowers
Angiosperms a plant that produces seeds in flowers
Pollen the dustlike particles that carry the male gametophyte of seed plants
Pollination the transfer of pollen to the female cone in conifers or to the stigma in angiosperms
Cotyledon a seed leaf inside a seed
Xylem a specialized plant tissue that transports water and minerals from one part of the plant to another
Phloem a specialized plant tissue that transports sugar molecules from one part of the plant to another
Sepal the leaflike structures that cover and protect an immature flower
Petal the often colorful structures on a flower that are usually involved in attracting pollinators
Stamen the male reproductive structure in a flower that consists of a filament topped by a pollen-producing anther
Pistil the female reproductive structures in a flower that consists of a stigma, a style, and an ovary
Stigma the flower part that is located at the tip of the pistil
Ovary in flowers, the structure containing ovules that will develop into fruit following fertilization
Dormant describes an inactive state of a seed
Chlorophyll a green pigment in chloroplasts that absorbs light energy for photosynthesis
Stomata openings in the epidermis and cuticle of a leaf that allow carbon dioxide to enter the leaf
Tropism a change in the growth of a plant in response to a stimulus
Phototropism a change in the growth of a plant in response to light
Gravitropism a change in the growth of a plant in response to gravity
Sporophyte a stage in a plant life cycle during which spores are produced.
Gametophyte a stage in a plant life cycle during which eggs and sperm are produced
Rhizoid small, hairlike threads of cells that help hold nonvascular plants in place
Rhizome the underground stem of a fern
Transpiration the loss of water from plant leaves through openings called stomata
Cellular respiration the process of producing ATP in the cell from oxygen and glucose; releases carbon dioxide and water
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