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regulatory substance produced in the tip of a growing plat that stimulates cell elongation and the growth of new roots
tissues that are found outside the vascular cambium, including the cork cambium, phloem, and cork
meristematic tissue that produces the outer covering of stems during secondary growth of a plant
Waxy, protective layer that covers the stems, leaves, and flowers of many plants. Helps prevent water loss.
a plant hormone produced in growing roots and in developing fruit and seeds, stimulates cell division
specialized cell in the epidermis of plants that controls the opening and closing of stomata
in a woody stem, the older xylem near the center of the stem that no longer conducts water
single carpel or several fused carpels; contains the ovary, style and stigma; the female part
transfer of pollen from male reproductive structures to the female reproductive structure
in a woody stem the layer of secondary phloem that surrounds the heartwood; usually sctive in fluid transport
though covering that surrounds and protects the plant embryo and keeps the contents of the seed from drying out
in prokaryotes, protists, and fungi, any of a variety of thick-walled life cycle stages capable of surviving unfavorable conditions
small opening in the epidermis of a plant that allows CO2, H2O, and O2 to diffuse in and out of the leaf(allows gas exchange)
when water evaporates from the leaves of a plant, water is pulled up to replace what was lost.
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