Absorbs the nutrients from the soil
Produce food and oxygen
Gives structure to the plant
Attaches the leaf to the stem
Contains the chlorophyll
Thin protective layer on the top of the leaf
Waxy covering on the leaf
Thin protective layer on the bottom
Plants with tubes to transport water and minerals
Plants without tubes to transport water and minerals
Flowering vascular plant
Nonflowering vascular plant
Carries water and nutrients up through the plant
Carries the food throughout the plant
Soft green and flexible stem
Roots with many branches
Trees that lose their leaves every autumn
Trees that shed their needles periodically throughout the year
Plant that lives from one growing period to the next
Plant that lives and dies in one growing season
Plant that produces leaves and food the 1st year and dies the next year
A layer of cells that produces new xylem and phloem tissues
Contains a young plant inside a protective covering
Protects the growing tip of the root from injury
Small openings or pores on the surface of leaves
A seed leaf where food can be stored
Transfer of pollen to the female parts of the plants
Process when the pollen meets the egg
Process when the seed first begins to grow
Loss of water vapor from the leaves
Process when the cells in the plant use the glucose and the oxygen
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