Plant Classification 6-2.3 - 6-2.5
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These plants have a well-developed system for transporting water and food; therefore, they have true roots, stems, and leaves.
This tissue transports water and minerals from the roots to the rest of the plant.
This tissue transports food (sugar) made in the leaves to the rest of the plant
Does a tree have a woody or herbaceous stem?
Does a lily flower have a woody or herbaceous stem?
A stem that is hard and bark-like
A stem that is soft and green
Plants that do not have a well-developed system to transport water and food throughout the plant; therefore, do not have true roots, stems, or leaves.
the height of vascular plants
the height of nonvascular plants
example of a nonvascular plant
The name of the baby plant within a seed or bean
The name of the food storage area in a seed or bean
The two types of plants that produce seeds
flowering plants and cone-producing plants
Plants that do not reproduce by seeds will make ____
Most cone-bearing plants have what type of leaves?
A seed with one food storage area, petals in 3s, and leaf veins that are parallel, vascular tissue is randomly scattered. Ex: grass, corn
A seed with two food storage areas, petals in 4s or 5s, and leaf veins that are branched, vascular tissue in bundles. Ex: maple and oak trees
The plant part where photosynthesis, cellular respiration, and transpiration take place
The plant part that supports the plant, helps the plant to stand up, holds the leaves up to the light, and stores food.
The plant part that helps anchor the plant in the ground, absorbs water and nutrients from the soil, and stores extra food for the plant.
The part of a plant that extends from the roots to increase the surface area of the roots so that more water and nutrients can be absorbed from the soil
A type of root that consist of one large main root with smaller roots branching off.
A type of root that consist of many main roots that branch off to form a mass of roots.
Ways that seed can be dispersed.
wind, water, and animals
This outer part of a seed helps protect the embryo from injury and drying out.
The purpose of a flower being colorful or having a scent
to attract insects
The overall name of the male part of a flower
The overall name of the female part of a flower
The female part of a flower that produces the ovules (eggs)
The sticky top of a flower where pollen grains land
The stalk between the tip and the ovary on the female structure of a flower down which the pollen tube grows after pollen has landed
The tip on the male structure of a flower
The stalk on the male structure of a flower
Fruit and vegetables are actually what part of a flowering plant.
What is produced in the anther that contains the sperm cells
In order for fertilization to occur, pollen must land on this part of the flower
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