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Biology Chapter 6 Vocabulary Terms
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A chemical that gives plants their green color and traps light energy.
A plant that produces seeds in cones.
A female reproductive cell.
An organism in its earliest stages of growth.
A vascular plant that reproduces with spores.
The joining of the egg and sperm.
The reproductive part of a flowering plant.
A vascular plant that produces seeds inside a plant.
A small, nonvascular plant that has both stems and leaves but no roots.
Plants that don't have tube like cells in their stems and leaves.
Cells that carry food that is made in the leaves to all parts of the plant.
The process in which plants use water, carbon dioxide, and energy from the sun to make food.
The tiny yellow grains of seed plants in which sperm develop.
A part of a plant that contains a new, young plant and stored food.
The forming of a new organism by the union of two reproductive cells.
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