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Chapter 5 Science

Epidermis the thin outer layer of cells.
Moves water and minerals to other parts of the plant Xylem
Phloem carries sugars made in leaves throughout the plant.
Gaurd Cells work together to open and close a leaf's stoma.
Transpiration loss of water from the leaf.
Some plants have large taproots with many roots growing out from it.
What are Carrots? Carrots are taproots that store extra foood made by the plant. Some of them store water in them.
What do stems provide. They provide support for the plant to grow.The stems also have xylem and phloem , which move water, minerals, and glucose throughout the plant.
What are plants that are green and easy to bend are called. Herbaceous
What does the Gaurd Cell do. It opens and closes the leafs stoma.
Photosynthesis process through which plants make glucose.
Cellular respiration process by which cells breaks down glucose with the release of energy.
During photosynthesis what do the plants do? The plants use light energy from the sun, carbon dioxide from the air, and water to make glucose and oxygen.
Cuticle waxy layer that may cover a leaf and slow water loss.
A mitochondrion Releases energy, and is called the powerhouse of a cell.
Tropism plant behavior caused by growth toward or away from something in the enviroment.
What are seed plants that prduce flowers called? Angiosperms
What do most seeds develope in? Fruits
After fertilization what happens? the female cone closes and seeds grow within it.
Created by: jason2