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Nourishment for the developing seedling. Becomes the cotyledons after germination.
Thin outer covering of a seed
Early growth stage of a plant embryo
Embryonic plant root
Period of time where seeds remain inactive. Is necessary for some species to germinate.
Transfer of pollen from one plant to another plant
Transfer of pollen from the stamen to the stigma of the same plant
A type of asexual reproduction that occurs when a new plant grows from a part of the parent plant. The resulting offspring is genetically identical to the parent.
Scattering or moving of plant seeds; can be done by animals, insects, air, or water.
Insects or animals that pollinate plant species.
Small opening in seed coat where the pollen tube enters to fertilize the ovule.
Undeveloped plant seedling prior to germination. Is formed from a fertilized ovule.
First leaves formed after seed germination.
A reproductive process that involves two parents that combine their genetic material to produce a new organism, which differs from both parents. In plants, the result is a seed distinct from the parents.
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