a flower-producing vascular plant in which the seed is enclosed in a fruit, such as an apple.
a plant hormone that causes plant stems and leaves to grow or bend toward light.
vascular plant tissue that produces new xylem and phloem cells.
The conical fruit of the pine (aka pinecone)
The primary leaf of the embryo of seed plants.
A waxy protective layer on the stems and leaves of land plants that helps the plant converse water.
An angiosperm having two seed leaves inside its seed. Ex) Maple tree
fertilized egg during early growth, in humans, an unborn child during the 1st two months of pregnancy.
The part of the seed plant comparing the reproduce organs.
The leaf of a fern.
The edible part of a plant developed from a flower.
The sex-cell producing stage of a plant's life cycle.
Vascular plant that produces seeds on the scales of female cones such as pine cones.
To develop into a plant as a seed/spore/bulb.
Cultivation of plants by placing the roots into liquid nutrients rather than soil.
Angiosperm having a single seed leaf inside its seed. Ex) An orchid
Plant lacking vascular tissue; it absorbs water directly through its cell membrane.
In angiosperm, the swollen base of the pistil, where ovules form, in female animals the organ produces ova, or egg cells.
Female reproductive part of a plant that produces the egg.
One of the colored segments of a corolla of a plant.
Vascular plant tissue made up of tubular cells that move food from leaves and stems to other parts of the plant for use or storage.
The female reproductive organ of a flower.
The male reproductive part of a plant that contains the sperm.
Process that transfers pollen grains from the stamen to the stigmas.
Rootlike filament containing only a few long cells; it holds moss plants in place.
A thimble shape mass of cells that cover and protects the root tip of plants.
The fertilized mature ovula of a flowers plant.
One of the individual leaves or parts of the calvx of a flower.
The spore forming stage of a plants life cycle.
The male reproductive organ of a flower.
Small pores in the surface of a plant leaf that allows carbon dioxide water and oxygen to enter and leave.
Loss of water vapor through the stomata of a leaf in plants.
The response of a plant to a stimulus.
The supportive and conductive tissue in plants, consisting of xylem and phloem.
Vascular plant tissue made up of tubular vessels that transport water and minerals from the roots up through the plant.