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Essential terms for STAAR-EOC Biology

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photosynthesis process by which plants make sugars from water, CO2 and light
cellular respiration process by which cells break down sugar to release ATP (energy)
stigma located at the tip of the pistil, the female plant part that attracts pollen
xylem upward delivery system of tubes that transport water and minerals up the stem;
phloem up and downward delivery system, transports sugars and nutrients from the leaves to every cell of the plant;
gravitropism/geotropism movement of a plant in response to gravity; (root point down and stems point up)
phototropism movement of a plant in response to light;
thigmotropism movement of a plant in response to touch
population members of one species that mate and live in same area
community the relationship between 2 or more populations of different species living in the same geographic location
ecosystem all living and nonliving things, where they live
biome group of ecosystems with the same climate
stamen male sex organs of the flower including the filament, anther, and pollen.