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Biology Plants
Cuticle
Stomata
Guard Cells
4 Main Groups of Plants
wavy substance that covers the above ground part of a plant;…
enable gas exchange; openings in the outer cell layer of leav…
border the stomata and control size by expanding and contract…
1) Bryophyte (non vascular)... 2) Pterophyte (vascular, but prim…
Cuticle
wavy substance that covers the above ground part of a plant;…
Stomata
enable gas exchange; openings in the outer cell layer of leav…
36 terms
Biology plants
What is the Stamen?
Anther
Filament
What is the pistil?
its the male part of the flower, its made up of the filament…
anther is the part of the stamen that contains and produces p…
its the thin hair like stalk that sits on top of the anther
the female part of the plant,its made up of the stigma, style…
What is the Stamen?
its the male part of the flower, its made up of the filament…
Anther
anther is the part of the stamen that contains and produces p…
18 terms
Plant Biology terms
transpiration
guard cell
stomata
xylem
Evaporation of water from the leaves of a plant
Pairs of cells that surround stomata and control their openin…
A microscopic pore surrounded by guard cells in the epidermis…
Nonliving vascular tissue that carries water and dissolved mi…
transpiration
Evaporation of water from the leaves of a plant
guard cell
Pairs of cells that surround stomata and control their openin…
Biology Plants - terms and questions
What are vascular tissues made up of?
What are non-vascular plants?
What are vascular plants?
What are characteristics of seed plants?
Xylem, which helps move water and minerals throughout the pla…
Non-vascular plants are plants that do not have roots, stems,…
Vascular plants have roots, stems, and leaves. They contain v…
Seed plants have vascular tissue, can be divided into gymnosp…
What are vascular tissues made up of?
Xylem, which helps move water and minerals throughout the pla…
What are non-vascular plants?
Non-vascular plants are plants that do not have roots, stems,…
81 terms
Biology terms ( Plants )
Plant
Autotroph
Heterotroph
Consumer
Multicellar, eukaryotic,photosynthestic,mostly land dwelling…
Plants that make their own food
Organisms that have to find food because they can not make th…
Eats plants or an animal that eats plants
Plant
Multicellar, eukaryotic,photosynthestic,mostly land dwelling…
Autotroph
Plants that make their own food
17 terms
Biology key terms; plants.
active transport
chlorophyll
chloroplast
diffuse
The transport of molecules against their concentration gradie…
The green chemical inside the chloroplasts of plant cells. It…
Contains the green pigment chlorophyll; the site of photosynt…
When particles spread out from a region of higher concentrati…
active transport
The transport of molecules against their concentration gradie…
chlorophyll
The green chemical inside the chloroplasts of plant cells. It…
29 terms
Biology Plants Chapter Terms
Vascular v. Nonvascular Plants
Xylem
Phloem
Transpiration
Nonvascular (mosses) plants don't have veins while vascular (…
Transports Water & Minerals. Dead cells. Positive transport.
Transports Photosynthates. Living cells. Active transport.
Water transport from roots to stomata.
Vascular v. Nonvascular Plants
Nonvascular (mosses) plants don't have veins while vascular (…
Xylem
Transports Water & Minerals. Dead cells. Positive transport.
19 terms
biology chapter plants terms
leaf
flower
stem
root
what is this
what is this
what is this
what is this
leaf
what is this
flower
what is this
Biology Review: Plants Terms
Chloroplast
Chlorophyll
Photosynthesis
Cell Wall
A plastid containing chlorophyll, the site of photosynthesis
Green pigment in plants that absorbs light energy used to car…
Plants use the sun's energy to convert water and carbon dioxi…
A rigid layer of nonliving material that surrounds the cells…
Chloroplast
A plastid containing chlorophyll, the site of photosynthesis
Chlorophyll
Green pigment in plants that absorbs light energy used to car…
54 terms
Plants - Grade 11 Biology
Vascular Plants
Angiospermae
Monocot
Dicot
- contain conducting tissues to transport materials... - can gro…
Division (or phylum) of plants that produce flowers as part o…
- vascular bundles are scattered throughout the stem... - produc…
- vascular bundles in a ring pattern in the stem... - produce tw…
Vascular Plants
- contain conducting tissues to transport materials... - can gro…
Angiospermae
Division (or phylum) of plants that produce flowers as part o…
18 terms
AP Biology Terms - Plants
Xylem
Phloem
Plant Land Strategies
Cutin
Vascular transport tissue and form vascular bundles with phlo…
Transportation of food and nutrients such as sugar and amino…
Cell walls made of cellulose;Roots and root hairs absorb wate…
Waxy coating on the leaves that helps prevent excess water lo…
Xylem
Vascular transport tissue and form vascular bundles with phlo…
Phloem
Transportation of food and nutrients such as sugar and amino…
Biology Plants
palmate vennation
pinnate vennation
parallel vennation
alternate arrangement
palmate vennation
pinnate vennation
79 terms
Term List for Plants (Biology)
Autotroph
Heterotroph
Plant
Consumer
A plant that makes its own food
An organism that must find its own food
A multicellular, eukaryotic, photosynthetic, mostly land dwel…
Eats plants/an animal that ate plants
Autotroph
A plant that makes its own food
Heterotroph
An organism that must find its own food
25 terms
Plants Biology
Cuticle
Carbon Dioxide
Xylem
Phloem
A waxy layer that covers the outer epidermal wall, which prev…
a colorless, odorless gas produced by burning carbon and orga…
Transports water from roots to shoots
transports sugars and minerals from leaves to the roots for s…
Cuticle
A waxy layer that covers the outer epidermal wall, which prev…
Carbon Dioxide
a colorless, odorless gas produced by burning carbon and orga…
74 terms
Biology Terms; Plants 1
Botany
What did plants evolve from?
Autotroph
Cuticle
The study of Plants
green alage
Produce their own food
Waxy waterproof layer that helps hold in moisture; covers sur…
Botany
The study of Plants
What did plants evolve from?
green alage
Biology Terms Plants
cuticle
stomata
vascular system
ligin
waxy, waterproof layer that helps hold in moisture.
small openings in the cuticle that allow for gas exchange bet…
a collection of specialized tissues that bring water and mine…
Found in the cell walls of plant tissues that provide support…
cuticle
waxy, waterproof layer that helps hold in moisture.
stomata
small openings in the cuticle that allow for gas exchange bet…
14 terms
Biology - Plants Terms
Vasuclar Tissue
Dermal Tissue
Ground Tissue
Cotyledon
The tissue in higher plants that constitutes the vascular sys…
A thin layer of cells covering the soft parts of a plant.
This includes all tissues that are neither dermal nor vascula…
A structure in the seeds that of flowering plants that stores…
Vasuclar Tissue
The tissue in higher plants that constitutes the vascular sys…
Dermal Tissue
A thin layer of cells covering the soft parts of a plant.
35 terms
Biology Plants Chapter Terms
Vascular v. Nonvascular Plants
Xylem
Phloem
Transpiration
Nonvascular (mosses) plants don't have veins while vascular (…
Transports Water & Minerals. Dead cells. Positive transport.
Transports Photosynthates. Living cells. Active transport.
Water transport from roots to stomata.
Vascular v. Nonvascular Plants
Nonvascular (mosses) plants don't have veins while vascular (…
Xylem
Transports Water & Minerals. Dead cells. Positive transport.
19 terms
Biology - Plant terms
cuticle
carbon dioxide
xylem
phloem
A protective, waxy outer layer that covers the epidermis of p…
Chemical compound having two oxygen atoms and one carbon atom…
The vascular tissue with the prime function of water transpor…
A tissue in a vascular plant that functions primarily in tran…
cuticle
A protective, waxy outer layer that covers the epidermis of p…
carbon dioxide
Chemical compound having two oxygen atoms and one carbon atom…
27 terms
Plant Biology Terms (3rd Row)
Organ
Shoot
Parenchyma
Apical-Basal Polarity
a distinct and visibly differentiated part of a plant, such a…
the aboveground portions, such as the stem and leaves, of a v…
a tissue composed of parenchyma cells
neurons in which signals propagate in one direction from dend…
Organ
a distinct and visibly differentiated part of a plant, such a…
Shoot
the aboveground portions, such as the stem and leaves, of a v…
35 terms
Biology Plants Chapter Terms
Vascular v. Nonvascular Plants
Xylem
Phloem
Transpiration
Nonvascular (mosses) plants don't have veins while vascular (…
Transports Water & Minerals. Dead cells. Positive transport.
Transports Photosynthates. Living cells. Active transport.
Water transport from roots to stomata.
Vascular v. Nonvascular Plants
Nonvascular (mosses) plants don't have veins while vascular (…
Xylem
Transports Water & Minerals. Dead cells. Positive transport.
Biology Terms (Plants)
Photosynthesis
Leaves
Seed
Osmosis
Photosynthesis is a process used by plants and other organism…
A usually green, flattened, lateral structure attached to a s…
A seed is an embryonic plant enclosed in a protective outer c…
the movement of water molecules through a selectively permeab…
Photosynthesis
Photosynthesis is a process used by plants and other organism…
Leaves
A usually green, flattened, lateral structure attached to a s…
11 terms
Biology Terms of Plants
Kingdom
Subkingdom
Subkingdom
Phylum
Plantae
Thallophyta
Embryophyta
Bryophyta (mosses and liverworts)
Kingdom
Plantae
Subkingdom
Thallophyta
Biology Plants I terms
Gymnosperm
Angiosperm
Cone
Flower
"Naked serds", such ad pine conrs and other conifers.
Flowering plants
Where the gametophytes form in gymniosperms
In an angiosperm, a short stem with four setd of modified lea…
Gymnosperm
"Naked serds", such ad pine conrs and other conifers.
Angiosperm
Flowering plants
23 terms
Plants Biology 1 Terms
Division
Botanists
Vascular Tissue
Non-vascular Plants
The next largest taxon used for plants under kingdom; same as…
Scientists who study plants
"Tubes" that move water and nutrient throughout some plants
Plants that do not contain vascular tissue
Division
The next largest taxon used for plants under kingdom; same as…
Botanists
Scientists who study plants
74 terms
Biology Terms: Plants 1
Botany
What did plants evolve from?
Autotroph
Cuticle
Study of plants
Green Algae
Produce their own food
Waterproof layer
Botany
Study of plants
What did plants evolve from?
Green Algae
80 terms
Biology Terms for Plants
Plant
Autotroph
Heterotroph
Consumer
A living orgasnism of the kind exemplified by trees, shrubs,…
An organism that is able to nutritional organic substances.
An organism defying it's nutritional requirements from comple…
A heterotrophic organism that feeds on other organisms in a f…
Plant
A living orgasnism of the kind exemplified by trees, shrubs,…
Autotroph
An organism that is able to nutritional organic substances.
13 terms
biology (plant cell terms)
mitocondria
cytoplasm
cytoplast
central water vacuole
- energy producers of the cell... - inside the cell... - site of mo…
- matrix (goo) in which the organelles float... - found everywhe…
- large central vacuole... - in the center of the cell
mitocondria
- energy producers of the cell... - inside the cell... - site of mo…
cytoplasm
- matrix (goo) in which the organelles float... - found everywhe…
Biology plants
Leafs
Chlorophyll
Chloroplast
Vacuole
Takes CO2. Turns sunlight into energy
Green pigment absorbs light energy
Photosynthesis occurs here
Stores water, salts, protein, carbohydrate etc
Leafs
Takes CO2. Turns sunlight into energy
Chlorophyll
Green pigment absorbs light energy
16 terms
Biology Plants
Waxy cuticle and stomata
Xylem
Phloem
Lignin
How plants maintain moisture
Part of the vascular system made of dead cells; transports wa…
Part of the vascular system made of living cells; transports…
Reinforces plant structure
Waxy cuticle and stomata
How plants maintain moisture
Xylem
Part of the vascular system made of dead cells; transports wa…
Plant Biology - Terms to Know
leaves
stem
roots
xylem
collect sun's energy and converts it to sugar. control entry…
links roots and leaves, provide support for plants, conduct w…
anchor plant, absorb water and dissolved minerals, store food…
provides support and transports water and dissolved minerals
leaves
collect sun's energy and converts it to sugar. control entry…
stem
links roots and leaves, provide support for plants, conduct w…
19 terms
Biology key terms; transport in plants.
amino acid
capillary tube
cohesive
cytoplasm
The building blocks that make up a protein molecule.
Glass tubing which is very narrow inside.
Able to stick together.
The living substance inside a cell (not including the nucleus).
amino acid
The building blocks that make up a protein molecule.
capillary tube
Glass tubing which is very narrow inside.
Biology Plants - terms and questions
What are vascular tissues made up of?
What are non-vascular plants?
What are vascular plants?
What are characteristics of seed plants?
Xylem, which helps move water and minerals throughout the pla…
Non-vascular plants are plants that do not have roots, stems,…
Vascular plants have roots, stems, and leaves. They contain v…
Seed plants have vascular tissue, can be divided into gymnosp…
What are vascular tissues made up of?
Xylem, which helps move water and minerals throughout the pla…
What are non-vascular plants?
Non-vascular plants are plants that do not have roots, stems,…
15 terms
biology terms ecology and plants
Ponderosa Pine
Western Juniper
(Antelope) Bitterbrush
Big sagebrush/ Tall sage
Pinus ponderosa
Juniperus occidentalis
Purshia tridentata
Artemisia tridentata
Ponderosa Pine
Pinus ponderosa
Western Juniper
Juniperus occidentalis
Plant Terms Biology
xylem
phloem
stele
parenchyma
transports water from roots to fruits and leaves, found in stem
carries sugars and nutrients to all parts of the plant, found…
central part of root or stem, contains vascular systems, foun…
thin walled cells that make up tissue that make up insides of…
xylem
transports water from roots to fruits and leaves, found in stem
phloem
carries sugars and nutrients to all parts of the plant, found…
Biology- Flowers & Plants
Pollen
Anther
Terroir
Abiotic
A fine powdery substance, discharged from the male part of a…
The part of a stamen that contains the pollen
The complete natural environment in which a particular crop i…
Physical rather than biological; not derived from living orga…
Pollen
A fine powdery substance, discharged from the male part of a…
Anther
The part of a stamen that contains the pollen
33 terms
Biology plant terms
Cotyledon
Style
Guard Cells
Spore
"Seed-leaf" - contains stored food for embryo plant in seeds
Stalk-like part of pistil
A pair of cells surrounding hole (stoma) on back or leaves -…
Asexual reproductive cell (haploid - can grow into new organi…
Cotyledon
"Seed-leaf" - contains stored food for embryo plant in seeds
Style
Stalk-like part of pistil
Biology Plant Terms
Botany
Fruit
Vegetable
Cereals
The scientific study of plants.
An enlarged ovary of a flowering plant that contains seeds.
Leaves,stem, seeds or roots of a plant consumed by humans.
Grasses that contain edible grains like wheat, rye, barley or…
Botany
The scientific study of plants.
Fruit
An enlarged ovary of a flowering plant that contains seeds.
35 terms
Biology Plant Terms
Roots
Stems
Dermal Tissue
Ground Tissue
anchor plants in the ground, holding soil in place and preven…
-provide a support system for the plant body, ... -a transport s…
-the protective outer covering of a plant.... -waxy coating prev…
-produces and stores sugars... -contributes to physical support…
Roots
anchor plants in the ground, holding soil in place and preven…
Stems
-provide a support system for the plant body, ... -a transport s…
79 terms
Plant term list, biology
Photosynthesis
Photosynthesis formula
Fruit
Flower
The conversion of light and energy to glucose
6CO2+6H2O sunlight/yields C6H12O6+6O2
The developEd ovary of a seed plant with its contents and acc…
The blossom of a plant
Photosynthesis
The conversion of light and energy to glucose
Photosynthesis formula
6CO2+6H2O sunlight/yields C6H12O6+6O2
37 terms
Biology Mid Term: Plants, Fungi
Autotrophic
Xylem
Pholem
Herbaceous stems
An organism that makes its own food.
Carries water up from the roots of a plant.
Carries water and food down from the leaves to the rest of th…
Flimsy and do not contain cork cambium.
Autotrophic
An organism that makes its own food.
Xylem
Carries water up from the roots of a plant.
41 terms
Biology- Plants
Alfalfa
Ash
Barley
Birch
...
Alfalfa
Ash
31 terms
Biology: Plants
Ground tissue
Collenchyma cells
Parenchyma cells
Mesophyll cells
between the dermal and vascular systems
live cells that provide flexible and mechanical support found…
cells for photosynthesis, storage, and secretion
paranchyma cells in leaves used for photosynthesis
Ground tissue
between the dermal and vascular systems
Collenchyma cells
live cells that provide flexible and mechanical support found…
20 terms
IGCSE Biology - Plants and Food
Photosynthesis
Chlorophyll
Leaf epidermis
Cuticle
A process where plants use carbon dioxide and water, in the p…
Green pigment found in leaves that absorbs the light energy n…
Outer layer of cells in the upper and lower regions of a leaf.
Thin waxy layer that covers the leaves of plants. It reduces…
Photosynthesis
A process where plants use carbon dioxide and water, in the p…
Chlorophyll
Green pigment found in leaves that absorbs the light energy n…
19 terms
HL IB Plant Biology- Plant structure terms
Casparian strip
Companion cell
Root Cortex
Endodermis
A deposit of suberin (waxy sustance) in the cell walls of the…
A cell that sits next to a sieve tube in phloem and provides…
The main bulk of a root comprising all the cells between the…
The layer of cells separating the cortex of a root from the s…
Casparian strip
A deposit of suberin (waxy sustance) in the cell walls of the…
Companion cell
A cell that sits next to a sieve tube in phloem and provides…
Biology Plants
Cottonwood
Sycamore
Tulip Tree
Redbud
A flowering shrub or tree in the mallow family
An American sycamore tree can often be easily distinguished f…
A genus of two species of characteristically large deciduous…
A genus of about 10 species in the subfamily Caesalpinioideae…
Cottonwood
A flowering shrub or tree in the mallow family
Sycamore
An American sycamore tree can often be easily distinguished f…
Plant biology terms
Seed
Monocots
Dicots
Photosynthesis
A tiny, partly developed young plant, surrounded by a stored…
• petals in multiples of 3... • leaves with parallel veins... •stem…
•petals in multiples of 4 or 5... • leaves have net veins... • stem…
How plants turn light, air and water into sugar. Photo means…
Seed
A tiny, partly developed young plant, surrounded by a stored…
Monocots
• petals in multiples of 3... • leaves with parallel veins... •stem…
12 terms
biology plant structure terms
sepals
petals
stamen
carpel
modified leaves that protect the developing flowers
modified leaves that attract animal pollinators
the male structure of a flower. each has a stalk called a fil…
the innermost layer of a flower, consists of three parts, sti…
sepals
modified leaves that protect the developing flowers
petals
modified leaves that attract animal pollinators
Biology Plant Terms
Mutualism
Gymnosperms
Angiosperms
Seedless, vascular plants
both organisms benefit
a seed plant whose seeds are not enclosed in fruit
a seed plant that has seeds enclosed in some type of fruit
club mosses and ferns
Mutualism
both organisms benefit
Gymnosperms
a seed plant whose seeds are not enclosed in fruit
24 terms
Biology -- Unit 6 PLANTS terms
Anther
Autograph
Cell Wall
Central Vacuole
pollen-producing structure located at the tip of a flower's s…
organisms that use energy from the sun or energy stored in in…
firm, fairly rigid structure located outside the plasma membr…
in a plant cell; huge and located in the middle-- stores water
Anther
pollen-producing structure located at the tip of a flower's s…
Autograph
organisms that use energy from the sun or energy stored in in…
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