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Plant Reproduction

Fine hairlike structure that act as a root. RHIZOID
Reproductive cell that acts like a seed. SPORE
Featherlike leaf of a fern. FROND
The swollen base of the pistil where ovules are found. OVARY
The transfer of pollen grains to the female part of the plant. POLLINATION
The male reproductive organ of a plant. STAMEN
A plant that has tubes that transport water and materials throughout the plant. VASCULAR
The female reproductive organ of a plant. PISTIL
A plant that does not have tubes to transport water and materials throughout the plant. NONVASCULAR
Male plant reproductive cell that produces sperm. POLLEN GRAIN
A series of events that results in the growth of a plant from a seed. GERMINATION
The place where eggs are produced. OVULES
A seed plant that produces uncovered seeds. GYMNOSPERM
A plant that forms seeds protected by a fruit, also known as flowering plants. ANGIOSPERMS
Created by: gizmo131