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The response of a plant to touch.
Substance produced in one part of a plant that affects another part of a plant.
stimulate cell division and growth of lateral buds, cause dormant seeds to sprout
The rapid increase in size (fruit)
Ripeing of fruit, a gas.
The response of a plant to the force of gravity.
The response of a plant to grow towards light.
Protects the leaf from excessive loss of water.
Where photosynthisis occurs.
Where the leaves get water for photosynthisis.
opening that controls gas exchange and transpiration
The primary and secondary roots are the same size. ex:grass
One large thick root with secondary roots coming out.
Increase the surface area for maximum water absorbtion.
To get water, and to anchor the plant.
To transport water and for structural support.
To absorb light for photosynthesis.
The sun's energy converted to sugar
The evaporation for water out of the stomata, the loss of water is replaced by the roots.
The leaves take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen.
round brown spots used to resist drying on the bottom of the fern.
Gymnosperms female location
seed cone on the bottom.
Gymnosperm male location
pollen cone on top
Largest and most advanced that have flowers that promote pollenation
Structure best insured varried seed dispersal.
small, no xylem and phloem, no vascular tissue, no true roots, stems, or leaves.
have xylem and phloem, have true roots, stems and leaves, large
epidermis, protection, H2O, CO2, and O2 regulation.
Mesophyll, contains vascular tissue
How Nonvascular plants transport
Difusion and osmosis