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Plant Parts/3rd Block/Ag Sci

Across
Paired cells that manage the stomata (little openings in the leaf that allow the taking in of carbon dioxide and emission of oxygen during photosynthesis)
The female sex cells or eggs located at the bottom of the pistil.
Leaf shape where there are several large veins branching from the leaf base into the blade
The process of making food in a plant
STIGMA
The waterproof coat that is the top layer of the blade of the leaf.
A green pigment found in all green plants responsible for the absorption of light in photosynthesis
The leafy parts at the base of the flower.
The tiny pores or openings in leaves that take in carbon dioxide and emit oxygen during photosynthesis.
As seeds ripen, the ovary becomes a _____.
A thin, flat part of leaf that extends off the end of the petiole that has several layers.
The female center of the flower at its very center altogether
A thin stalk that connects the blade of the leaf to the plant's stem.
The male part of the flower within the petals.
The stem type that is covered in bark and has more active cambium.
Plants give off what animals need to breath
Down
Part of the plant that holds up the other structures such as the leaves and flowers.
Female organ of the flower containing the stigma, the style and the ovary.
The tubes that bring water from the roots to the leaves are called
This root system has one main larger root with smaller branching roots found in most trees.
Kind of stem that is green and fairly bendable, more pith for its size and the cambium is not as active; usually these plants are annuals or planted yearly!
The tubes in the stem that transport the food after photosynthesis back down to be stored and distributed as plant needs them.
In this root system, there are many thin roots with smaller roots branching out.
Leaves of plants that run parallel to each other off one central vein.
The point where the flower is attached to the stem at the tip.
The colorful part of the flower within the sepals; primary function to attract insects/bees.
Leaf shape that has one main vein called the midrib and smaller branching veins.
A part of the plant called angiosperms that holds the plant's reproductive organs.
Part of the plant that is in charge of making food for the plant.
When the tiny ovules become fertilized with pollen, they form _____.
The sacs that hold the pollen (male sex cells) located on the stamen
Part of the plant that is usually found under the f=ground responsible for absorption of water and minerals, hold plant in place, store food for the plant and prevent soil erosion.
Female reproductive organ of the flower that ripens into fruit from pollinated ovules that turn to seeds.
Leaves of plants with veins that branch in two different ways.