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Plants Vocab 1-2-12

plant parts

phloem the tissue through which food from the leaves moves down through the rest of a plant
photosynthesis the food-making process in green plants that uses sunlight
pistil the female reproductive part of the flower
plant a multicellular organism that makes its own food in a process called photosynthesis
pollen a plant sperm cell
pollination the transfer of a pollen grain to the egg-producing part of a plant
root the underground part of a plant that anchors the plant and stores extra food
seed an undeveloped plant with stored food sealed in a protective covering
spore a reproductive cell of a non-flowering plant
stamen the male reproductive part of a flower
stem the above-ground support system of a plant that holds the leaves up to the light
stomata tiny opening in the leaf
xylem the tissue through which water and minerals move up through a plant
Created by: AHoldeman