is an attraction between different substances
flowering plants that produce seeds in fruit
the part of the stamen that contains pollen
a tropical plant that usually lives in the air
a phenomenon associated with surface tension and resulting in the elevation or depression of liquids in capillaries
innermost part of a flower that produces the female gametophyte
the reproductive structure of a gymnosperm
the stored food inside one or two seed leaves.
when pollen is transferred from an anther on one plant to the stigma on another. this method may produce a variety of hybrids
A term traditionally used to refer to flowering plants that have two embryonic seed leaves, or cotyledons.
net like and branches extensivley underground
the stalk of a stamen
reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
A mature ovary of a flower that protects dormant seeds and aids in their dispersal.
the process whereby seeds or spores sprout and begin to grow
a form of artificial asexual reproduction in which the branch of one plant is inserted into the stem of another plant
response of a plant to the force of gravity
classication of plant which produce seeds which are "naked" (unenclosed)
angiosperms that have only one seed leaf
plant that absorbs water and other substances directly thorugh its cells
a structure containing egg cells; the base of a pistil in a flower
part of the flower that produces sweet smelling nectar and attracts pollinators