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Science Chapter 5

Stems provide support for the plant as it grows- The stems also have xylem and phloem, which move water, minerals, and glucose throughout the plant.
Guard Cells- open and close a leaf's stoma.
Carrots are taproots that- store extra food made by the plant.
Carrots are roots that- store water.
Some plants have one large root called a taproot- with many roots growing out from it.
Cuticle- waxy layer that may cover a leaf and slow water loss.
During photosynthesis, plants use- light energy from the sun, carbon dioxide from the air, and water to make glucose and oxygen.
A mitochondrion- releases energy and is called the power house of a cell.
Most seeds develop into- a fruit.
Some seed plants called angiosperms- produce flowers.
After fertilization, the female cone- closes up and seeds grow within it.
Plant behaviors can result from- the chemicals the plants make.
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