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unit 12 vocab
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A flowering plant whose seed has one cotyledon
A flowering plant whose seed has two cotyledons
The process of sprouting and growing
Usually unicellular body formed as a result of either sexual or asexual reproduction; Has the ability to give rise to a new organism and the advantage of being able to wait until ideal conditions arise.
The result of a fertilized plant ovule; Can be cultivated to produce a new plant.
A class of plants that produce flowers
A plant's ability to move toward the sunlight
A class of plants that produce naked seeds found in cones instead of ovaries
A plant's ability to move toward the earth (roots) or away from the earth (stems)
The process of a plant absorbing water through the roots and then releasing water vapor through its stomata in the leaves.
A plant's ability to move when it comes in contact with another object
A primary root that grows down with small lateral roots
Plant tissue that transports glucose produced by the leaves throughout the plant.
Cells surrounding the stoma that regulate the size of the stoma
The transfer of pollen from the anther to the stigma within a flower.
The female reproductive structure of a flowering plant; consists of the stigma, style, and ovary.
A tiny pore in the epidermis of a leaf used for gas exchange
The slender stalk-like portion of the male reproductive structure of a flowering plant; supports the anther
The male reproductive structure of a flowering plant; consists of the anther and the filament
The sticky tip of the female reproductive structure of a flowering plant; it is sticky in order to capture pollen for the purpose of pollination
The slender stalk-like portion of the female reproductive structure of a flowering plant; supports the stigma
The portion of the male reproductive structure of a flowering plant that contains pollen (the male gamete)
A female reproductive organ that contains eggs and releases certain hormones. The enlarged portion of the base of the reproductive structures that contains the ovules (female gamete). after fertilization, it will become the fruit of the plant.
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